A gastropub has agreed to install CCTV and keep a detailed ‘incident log’ following an alleged assault on its premises.

The Salusbury, in Salusbury Road, Brent, agreed to recommendations made by the police and Brent Council after its licence was put up for review.

It came after a man lodged a complaint against the pub’s staff following an incident in December.

The review will be discussed by the council’s licensing committee on Wednesday (April 3).

Nicola McDonald, licensing constable at Brent Police, conducted a site inspection where she suggested that high quality CCTV should be installed to cover all key areas.

She added that the ‘challenge 25’ policy, where staff are required to ask for ID if they believe customers to be under 25, should be implemented and a ‘no proof of age, no sale’ sign be put up behind the bar.

And she noted that an incident log should be kept – recording crimes, ejections, complaints, incidents of disorder, CCTV faults, drug and weapon seizures, alcohol sale refusals and visits by emergency services.

The same suggestions were put forward by Brent Council licensing inspector Esther Chan, with the addition that signs reminding customers to leave quietly be installed.

Amy Cadby, managing director at Masseria Group, which manages The Salusbury, wrote to Ms McDonald confirming that it “agrees to the conditions set out in [her] licensing review”.

And Masseria Group director Seraphina Myers contacted Ms Chan to confirm with Brent Council that it would adhere by its decisions.