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Liquor decisions 2012

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The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) prepares and publishes decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain liquor applications and disciplinary action proceedings.

If you would like a copy of any of the below decisions in a more accessible format, please submit an enquiry using the contact us form.

Commission internal review decision - Melbourne Deaf Cricket Club

On 21 December 2012, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an application from the Melbourne Deaf Cricket Club (MDCC) for the grant of a renewable limited club licence for a six month period from October through to March each year.

The original decision maker's decision has been affirmed. The application is granted subject to the Commission being satisfied that the building works have been completed with approved trading hours.

The Commission also required MDCC to include, as part of its management plan, a section on the process MDCC will implement to manage patrons on the veranda area of its premises. A revised version of the 'Alcohol management plan' is to be provided to the Commission within 28 days from the date of the decision.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Melbourne Deaf Cricket Club 21 December 2012.

Liquor decision - Internal review - Déjà Vu Bar and Lounge Pty Ltd

On 21 December 2012, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an application for internal review by Déjà Vu Bar and Lounge Pty Ltd to vary its existing licence catergory from a general licence to a late night general licence.

The original decision maker's decision has been affirmed - that is, to refuse the application to vary Déjà Vu Bar and Lounge Pty Ltd's licence catergory as the applicant has been unable to establish that exceptional circumstances exist to allow the Commission to determine to vary the licence to enable trade until 3am.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision, download Déjà Vu Bar and Lounge Pty Ltd 21 December 2012.

Commission internal review decision - Butbhavani Pty Ltd

On 20 December 2012, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an application for internal review by Butbhavani Pty Ltd.

The subject of the application was to review the decision made by a delegate of the Commission on 25 June 2012 to transfer the restaurant and cafe licence to Butbhavani Pty Ltd, trading as Moonee Ponds Pizza, with the maximum patron capacity of 60 patrons.

The Commission granted the application for transfer and set a maximum patron capacity on the licence for 80 patrons.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Butbhavani Pty Ltd 20 December 2012.

Liquor decision - Internal review - St Kilda Arts & Events Company Pty Ltd

On 10 December 2012, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision for an internal review in respect of an application from the St Kilda Arts & Events Company Pty Ltd regarding the maximum patron numbers endorsed on its licence.

The subject of the internal review application was the division of patron numbers between the ground floor and the upper floor areas of the premises.

The Commission determined to vary the Delegate's decision in accordance with section 157(1)(a) of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 and substitute the condition regarding the maximum patron capacity.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision, download St Kilda Arts & Events Company Pty Ltd 10 December 2012.

Liquor decision - Internal review - Deepdene Uniting Cricket Club

On 12 November 2012, the Commission reviewed a delegate's decision to grant a renewable limited club licence to the Deepdene Uniting Cricket Club (DUCC) for a six month period from October through to March each year. The original decision has been affirmed and the application granted subject to the Commission being satisfied that building works have been completed with approved trading hours as set out in paragraph 36 of the Reasons for Decision.

The Commission also requires DUCC to prepare and lodge with the Commission a management plan for the operation of the premises, within 28 days from the date of the decision. DUCC will not commence trading under the licence until it has received notice from the Commission that the management plan is adequate.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision, download Deepdene Uniting Cricket Club 30 November 2012.

Liquor decision - Amenity - Hip Hop Enterprises Pty Ltd

On 27 November 2012, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision into whether continuation of Decca Bar's licence would detract from, or be detrimental to, the amenity of the area in which the premises is located.

The Commission determined it was appropriate to vary the licence and impose the conditions set out in paragraph 8 of the Reasons for Decision.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision, download Hip Hop Enterprises Pty Ltd trading as Decca Bar 27 November 2012.

Liquor decision - Internal review - Jeta Restaurants Pty Ltd

On 30 October 2012, the Commission reviewed a delegate's decision to refuse a variation application by Jeta Restaurants Pty Ltd. This application proposed to increase the size of the licensed area at La Porchetta in Campbellfield. The Commission refused the application.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision, download Jeta Restaurants Pty Ltd trading as La Porchetta, Campbellfield.

Commission hearing decision - Savannah Victoria Pty Ltd trading as Riva St Kilda

On 22 October 2012, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision for an internal review in respect of two applications from Savannah Victoria Pty Ltd (trading as Riva St Kilda) for the grant of two temporary limited licences for proposed events on New Year's Eve 2012 and New Year's Day 2012.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Savannah Victoria Pty Ltd (trading as Riva St Kilda) 22 October 2012.

Commission hearing decision - Martin O'Connor

On 4 October 2012, the Commission finalised its decision to take disciplinary action against a liquor licensee, Martin O'Connor.

The Commission determined that, under section 93(1) of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 (the Act), there were grounds to take disciplinary action against Mr O'Connor, and that action was to disqualify him from holding a liquor licence under section 93D of the Act, for a period of 2 years.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Martin O'Connor, Pint & Pickle 4 October 2012.

Commission internal review decision - Rancho Notorious Pty Ltd

On 6 July 2012, The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) has handed down its Reasons for Decision in an application by David Beanham for internal review of the decision of the Commission to grant the application by Rancho Notorious Pty Ltd to vary the licence for the premises trading as 1000 Pound Bend.

The Commission has determined to affirm the original decision, namely - to grant the variation of the licence in part to extend the trading hours to 1am on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download 1000 Pound Bend 6 July 2012.

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