Liquor Licences

Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, it is a condition of every licence and BYO permit (excluding pre-retail, limited and major event licences) that the use of the licensed premises does not contravene the planning scheme that applies to the premises under the Planning and Environment Act 1987.

For this reason, we are regularly appointed by applicants to provide a planning permit addressing the application against the relevant Council Planning Controls, such as a written assessment against Clause 52.27, preparing a Site Analysis Plan and completing a Noise and Amenity Action Plan. We are one of the very few companies in Victoria that have the expertise and experience in preparing a Cumulative Impact Assessment. We are also proud Corporate Sponsors of the AHA (Vic), supporting its members with Liquor Licensing Town Planning Permits.

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