The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 requires all alcohol licence applications to be publicly notified. This applies to applications for new On-licences, Off-licences and Club Licences and also to applications to renew existing licences.
From 1 November 2016 public notification of applications will be made on this website - read more here. Special Licences are not routinely publicly notified. Site notices will also appear on the premises.
Anyone wishing to make an objection to an application must do so within 15 working days of the date of publication of the notice. Working days do not include weekends, public holidays, or any day between 20 December and 15 January (inclusive).
If you would like to view a copy of any of the below applications, please contact Council on 03 769 8600.
Please click on the business name to view the complete public notice.
Last updated 6 March 2020
|Business Name||Blaketown Rugby Football Club Inc_03-04-2020.pdf|
|Nature of Business||Rugby Club|
|Licence Applied For||Club Licence Renewal|
|Hours||Monday to Thursday 5pm to 10pm, Friday 5pm to midnight, Saturday 1pm to midnight, Sunday and Public Holidays 2pm to 10pm|
Making an objection
If you wish to object to an application, you can do so using the online objection form or by sending a written objection no later than 5pm on the closing date shown.
All submissions must include the following information:
- Your name, postal address and phone number;
- Details of the application in respect of which you are making the objection;
- Your objection, with reasons;
- Whether you wish to be heard in support of your objection.
Written submissions must be dated and signed by the submitter. An acknowledgment of your objection will be sent at the close of the objection period.
A copy of your objection will be sent to the applicant as part of the application process.
IMPORTANT: Only people who can demonstrate that he/she has an interest greater than the public generally may object to an application (click here objection criteria). Once this threshold has been met the grounds on which an objection may be made are found in section 105 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.