Under new management since early 2017, the Osterley Park Hotel at 764 Great West Road, Isleworth has seen numerous enhancements to the buildings’ fabric. Other changes to what is on offer have meant increased use and varied events that have necessitated a review of the existing premises licence, applied for by Hounslow Council’s Licensing Enforcement Officer and supported by Hounslow Police.
The grounds for review concern the management of the premises, consistent alleged breaches of licence conditions and complaints received by the Council alleging anti social behaviour associated to the premises.
The objective of the review is to put in place a series of conditions to improve the management of the premises and promote the Licensing Act objectives. The proposed conditions relate to CCTV, SIA door supervisors log book, incident (complaints) log and staff training records.
A copy of the application and supporting documents can be viewed here:
- Review public notice
- Council’s detailed application for review
- Council’s letter to premises explaining reason for review
- Records of inspection 0187 and 0197
- Licence conditions sought by Hounslow Police.
For a representation to be relevant, it must deal with the effect of the application on the promotion of the four licensing objectives.
- The prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- The prevention of public nuisance
- The protection of children from harm.
If anyone wishes to submit a representation, this must be done so by 18 January 2018 via email to Licensing@hounslow.gov.uk or in writing to Licensing, London Borough of Hounslow, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 4DN