Appendix B

Schedule 12

                                                    Part A                                              Regulation 33, 34


Premises Licence

Brighton and Hove City Council


Premises Licence Number

1445/3/ 2023/00015/LAPRET


Part 1 – Premises Details


Postal address of premises, or if none, ordnance survey map reference or description, including Post Town, Post Code

The Brighton Cocktail Company

87 Dyke Road




Telephone number



Licensable activities authorised by the licence

Late Night Refreshment

Sale by Retail of Alcohol


Times the licence authorises the carrying out of licensable activities


Late Night Refreshment

Monday – Saturday                   23:00 – 23:30


Sale by Retail of Alcohol

Monday – Saturday                   10:00 – 23:00

Sunday                                 12:00 – 22.30


Sale of Alcohol and Late Night Refreshments on 31st December

10:00 (12:00 if a Sunday) to 01 January 01:30


The opening hours of the premises

Monday – Saturday                   10:00 – 00:00

Sunday                                 12:00 – 23:00


Opening hours on 01 January to close at 02:00                    


Where the licence authorises supplies of alcohol whether these are on and / or off supplies

Alcohol is supplied for consumption on and off the Premises.



Part 2


Name, (registered) address, telephone number and email (where relevant) of holder of premises licence


The Brighton Cocktail Company Ltd

Flat A

93 Brading Road





Registered number of holder, for example company number, charity number (where applicable)


Registered Business Number      12795701



Name, address and telephone number of designated premises supervisor where the premises licence authorises for the supply of alcohol


Shannon Auburn Severy




Personal licence number and issuing authority of personal licence held by designated premises supervisor where the premises licence authorises for the supply of alcohol




Annex 1 - Mandatory conditions

S 19; mandatory conditions where licence authorises supply of alcohol

1.             No supply of alcohol may be made under the premises licence

a)           at a time when there is no designated premises supervisor in respect of the premises, or

b)           at a time when the designated premises supervisor does not hold a personal licence or his personal licence is suspended

2.            Every supply of alcohol under the premises licence must be made or authorised by a person who holds a personal licence

3.            (1) The responsible person must ensure that staff on relevant premises do not carry out, arrange or participate in any irresponsible promotions in relation to the premises.

(2) In this paragraph, an irresponsible promotion means any one or more of the following activities, or substantially similar activities, carried on for the purpose of encouraging the sale or supply of alcohol for consumption on the premises-

(a)          games or other activities which require or encourage, or are designed to require or encourage, individuals to–

(i) drink a quantity of alcohol within a time limit (other than to drink alcohol sold or supplied on the premises before the cessation of the period in which the responsible person is authorised to sell or supply alcohol), or

(ii) drink as much alcohol as possible (whether within a time limit or otherwise);

(b) provision of unlimited or unspecified quantities of alcohol free or for a fixed or discounted fee to the public or to a group defined by a particular characteristic in a manner which carries a significant risk of undermining a licensing objective;

(c) provision of free or discounted alcohol or any other thing as a prize to encourage or reward the purchase and consumption of alcohol over a period of 24 hours or less in a manner which carries a significant risk of undermining a licensing objective;

(d) selling or supplying alcohol in association with promotional posters or flyers on, or in the vicinity of, the premises which can reasonably be considered to condone, encourage or glamorise anti-social behaviour or to refer to the effects of drunkenness in any favourable manner.

(e) dispensing directly by one person into the mouth of another (other than where that other person is unable to drink without assistance by reason of a disability).

4.            The responsible person must ensure that free potable water is provided on request to customers where it is reasonably available.

5.            (1) The premises licence holder or club premises certificate holder must ensure that an age verification policy is adopted in respect of the premises in relation to the sale or supply of alcohol.

(2) The designated premises supervisor in relation to the premises licence must ensure that the supply of alcohol at the premises is carried on in accordance with the age verification policy.

(3) The policy must require individuals who appear to the responsible person to be under 18 years of age (or such older age as may be specified in the policy) to produce on request, before being served alcohol, identification bearing their photograph, date of birth and either—

(a) a holographic mark, or

(b) an ultraviolet feature.

6.            The responsible person must ensure that—

(a) where any of the following alcoholic drinks is sold or supplied for consumption on the premises (other than alcoholic drinks sold or supplied having been made up in advance ready for sale or supply in a securely closed container) it is available to customers in the following measures—

(i)           beer or cider: ½ pint;

(ii)          gin, rum, vodka or whisky: 25 ml or 35 ml; and

(iii)         still wine in a glass: 125 ml;

(b) these measures are displayed in a menu, price list or other printed material which is available to customers on the premises; and

(c) where a customer does not in relation to a sale of alcohol specify the quantity of alcohol to be sold, the customer is made aware that these measures are available.”

Minimum Drinks Pricing

1.             A relevant person shall ensure that no alcohol is sold or supplied for consumption on or off the premises for a price which is less than the permitted price.

2.            For the purposes of the condition set out in paragraph 1 —

(a) “duty” is to be construed in accordance with the Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979:

(b) “permitted price” is the price found by applying the formula—



(i) P is the permitted price,

(ii) D is the amount of duty chargeable in relation to the alcohol as if the duty were charged on the date of the sale or supply of the alcohol, and

(iii) V is the rate of value added tax chargeable in relation to the alcohol as if the value added tax were charged on the date of the sale or supply of the alcohol;

(c) “relevant person” means, in relation to premises in respect of which there is in force a premises licence—

                                (i) the holder of the premises licence,

(ii) the designated premises supervisor (if any) in respect of such a licence, or

(iii) the personal licence holder who makes or authorises a supply of alcohol under such a licence;

(d) “relevant person” means, in relation to premises in respect of which there is in force a club premises certificate, any member or officer of the club present on the premises in a capacity which enables the member or officer to prevent the supply in question; and

(e) “value added tax” means value added tax charged in accordance with the Value Added Tax Act 1994.

3.            Where the permitted price given by Paragraph (b) of paragraph 2 would (apart from this paragraph) not be a whole number of pennies, the price given by that sub-paragraph shall be taken to be the price actually given by that sub-paragraph rounded up to the nearest penny.

4.            (1) Sub-paragraph (2) applies where the permitted price given by Paragraph (b) of paragraph 2 on a day (“the first day”) would be different from the permitted price on the next day (“the second day”) as a result of a change to the rate of duty or value added tax.

(2) The permitted price which would apply on the first day applies to sales or supplies of alcohol which take place before the expiry of the period of 14 days beginning on the second day.


Annex 2 – Conditions consistent with the Operating Schedule




1.                    Authorised staff employed by Sussex Police in the role of licensing officer shall have the right of access to the licensed premises during hours of operation for the purpose of inspection of the premises and premises records in order to ensure the promotion of the licensing objectives.


2.                  The sale of intoxicating liquor and other beverages in the café area (including the outside area) shall be waiter/waitress service for consumption by persons seated at tables and there will be no vertical drinking.


3.                  Substantial food shall be available at all times that alcohol is offered for sale on these premises.


4.                  Sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises will be permitted only until 18:00 hours each day to persons who have already purchased food or drink for consumption on the premises, and will be restricted to unopened bottles of wine only.


For the Prevention of Crime and Disorder:


5.  a)     Digital CCTV and appropriate recording equipment to be installed in accordance with Home Office Guidelines relating to UK Police Requirements for Digital CCTV System (PSDB Publication Number 09/05), operated and maintained throughout the premises internally and externally to cover all public areas.  The system shall be on and recording at all times the premises licence is in operation.


    b)        The CCTV cameras and recording equipment must be of sufficient quality to work in all lighting levels inside the premises at all times.


    c)        CCTV footage will be stored for a minimum of 31 days.


    d)        The management will give full and immediate cooperation and technical assistance to the Police in the event that CCTV footage is required for the prevention and detection of suspected or alleged crime.


    e)        The CCTV images will record and display dates and times, and these times will be checked regularly to ensure their accuracy.


f)       Subject to Data Protection guidance and legislation, the management of the premises will ensure that key staff are fully trained in the operation of the CCTV, and will be able to download selected footage onto a disk (or other electronic portable device acceptable to Sussex Police) for the police without difficulty or delay and without charge to Sussex Police.  


g)     Any breakdown or system failure will be notified to the police immediately & remedied as soon as practicable.


h)   In the event of the CCTV system hard drive being seized as evidence as part of a criminal investigation by Sussex Police or for any other reason, the premises will be expected to install a replacement hard drive or a temporary replacement drive as soon as practicable.


6.            An incident log will be maintained by the premises showing a detailed note of incidents that occur in the premises. The log will be inspected and signed off by the DPS (or a person with delegated authority) at intervals not to exceed 4 weeks. The log book should be kept on the premises and be available for inspection at all times the premises are open by authorised officers of the Licensing Authority or the police. An incident will be defined as being one which involves an allegation of a criminal offence. Any refusals made for alcohol service e.g. underage, will also be recorded (either in electronic or written form) and feedback given to staff as relevant. The log will be kept for a minimum of twenty four (24) months.



7.                  The premises will become a member of the BCRP or similar scheme approved by the Licensing Authority that operates with radios and uses the Nightsafe & Yellow Card Scheme or similar reporting scheme.

For Public Safety:


8.         SIA licensed door supervisors shall be employed on any other occasions when a requirement is identified by the licence holder's written risk assessment or requested by Sussex Police in writing at least 48 hours in advance. The written risk assessment will be reviewed at least once every calendar year. The written risk assessment will take into account information or guidance offered by the police, and also taking into account busy periods such as Bank Holidays, Season Variations and other City Centre Events e.g., Pride. The written risk assessment will be available on the premises for inspection by police and authorised officers of the Licensing Authority.


For the Prevention of Public Nuisance:


9.                  Provide signage at all exits and outdoor areas, including those used for smoking by staff and patrons ‘Please respect the needs of local residents, leave quickly and quietly; do not disturb neighbours’;


10.               Use a wind down period to encourage people not to leave en-masse, staff to ensure people are directed to taxi ranks/public transport or wait for taxis in a manner that will not cause nuisance, staff to manage persons leaving the premises do not congregate in the immediate vicinity so as to minimise disturbance;


11.                 All windows and doors (front and rear) should be kept closed after 11pm, except for access and egress;

12.          Staff shall not allow smokers to take drinks outside and shall limit the number/location, as necessary and monitor customers smoking outside on a regular basis to ensure there is no public nuisance.

13.          Keep the premises and immediate vicinity free from litter at all times, including at close of trading;

14.          Deliveries, recycling and rubbish should not be dropped off, collected or placed outside except between the hours of 7am and 7pm;

15.          Licensees are expected to communicate with local residents and businesses with a view to addressing and resolving problems relevant to the four licensing objectives. Including: giving contact telephone numbers to local residents so they can report any issues to the premises and have them dealt with. It is expected that contacts at the premises would be in a position of responsibility, available when the premises are open, so that problems can be addressed at the time. Licensees should also arrange meetings offering contact with neighbours, where changes are planned or to resolve problems, with a view to good relations.

For the Protection of Children from Harm:


16.          The premises will operate a “Challenge 25” policy whereby any person attempting to buy alcohol who appears to be under 25 will be asked for photographic ID to prove their age. The recommended forms of ID that will be accepted are passports, driving licenses with a photograph or proof of age cards bearing the ‘PASS’ mark hologram. The list of approved forms of ID may be amended or revised with the prior written agreement of Sussex Police and the Licensing Authority without the need to amend the licence or conditions attaching to it.


17.          Signage advertising the ‘Challenge 25’ policy will be displayed in prominent locations in the premises.


18.   a)   The Premises Licence Holder shall ensure that all staff members engaged or to be engaged, in selling alcohol at the premises shall receive the following induction training. This training will take place prior to the selling of such products.


·                     The lawful selling of age restricted products including proxy sales

·                     Refusing the sale of alcohol to a person who is drunk


b)           Further verbal reinforcement/refresher training covering the above will be carried out thereafter at intervals not to exceed twelve (12) weeks, with the date and time of the verbal reinforcement/refresher training documented.


c)            All such training undertaken by staff members shall be fully documented and recorded. All training records shall be made available to Sussex Police, officers of the local authority and officers from the Trading Standards team upon request.


Annex 3 – Conditions attached after a hearing by the licensing authority – N/A


Annex 4 – Plans