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Liquor decisions 2014

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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.

Liquor decision - internal review - Ridestylz

On 9 December 2014 the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation handed down its reasons for decision for an internal review of a decision to refuse a variation to a renewable limited licence for the premises known as Ridestylz, located at Shop 3/34A Bell Street, Torquay.

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the delegate to refuse the application to vary the licence.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Reasons for decision - Ridestylz (PDF, 821.72 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Linden Centre

On 8 December 2014 the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation handed down its reasons for decision for an internal review of a decision to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises known as the Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, located at 26 Acland Street, St Kilda.

The Commission on review has determined to affirm the decision of the Delegate.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Reasons for decision - Linden Centre (PDF, 1.08 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Bottle Online

On the 25 November 2014 the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation handed down its reasons for decision for an internal review of a decision to grant a Renewable Limited Licence for the online business known as 'Bottle Online', located at Shop 2, 4 Corangamite Drive, Corio.

The Commission on review has determined to affirm the decision of the delegate.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Reasons for decision - Bottle Online (PDF, 997.51 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Candelles Reception

On 22 October 2014 the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of the decision made to refuse an application to grant an on-premises licence to the premises known as Candelles Reception at 570 Victoria Street, North Melbourne.

The Commission on review has determined to affirm the decision of the delegate.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Internal Review - Candelles Reception, 22 October 2014 (PDF, 2.45 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - There There

On 7 October 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision concerning an application for internal review of a decision made to impose a maximum patron capacity condition in conjunction with an application to vary the licence category for the premises known as There There, located at 8 Malop Street, Geelong.

The Commission on review has determined to vary the decision of the delegate concerning the maximum patron capacity condition.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Internal review - There There, 7 October 2014 (PDF, 660.19 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Great Ocean Distillery

On 2 October 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of the decision made to increase the maximum patron capacity for general licence number 31953280 the premises known as Great Ocean Distillery at 4A & 4B Hardy Street, Apollo Bay.

The Commission on review has determined to vary the Decision of the Delegate to increase the maximum patron capacity as outlined in paragraph 21 of the decision. In all other respects, the decision of the Delegate was affirmed.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Internal review - Great Ocean Distiller, 2 October 2014 (PDF, 1.12 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Belleville

On 23 September 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of the decision to attach conditions to the on-premises licence for Globe Alley Pty Ltd, trading Belleville, 230 Swanston Street, Melbourne.

The Commission on review has determined to vary the decision of the Delegate to remove two conditions imposed on the licence and impose two conditions in substitution, as outlined in paragraph 24 of the decision.

In all other respects, the decision of the Delegate was affirmed.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Internal review - Belleville, 23 September 2014 (PDF, 2.22 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Mid City Tavern

On 19 September 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision regardingan applicationby Acting Inspector Dean Thomas.

Inspector Thomas requested an internal review of the decision topartially grant the application to vary the Late Night (General) liquor licence number 31902734 for the premises known as Mid City Tavern, located at 1A Moore Street, Moe.

The Commission on review has determined to affirm the decision of the delegate.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Reasons for Decision - Mid City Tavern (PDF, 842.98 KB).

Liquor decision - uncontested application - Pubsitter Pty Ltd

On 4 September, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an inquiry into an application under section 29 the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 by Licensing Inspector Michael West.

The application sought a variation to the trading hours and licence conditions of liquor licence number 31914888, held by Pubsitter Pty Ltd trading as Ryan's Hotel (licensed premises at 171 Franklin Street, Traralgon, Victoria).

The Commission determined to grant the application and, in summary:

  • reduce the trading hours of the licensed premises,
  • impose a lockout condition,
  • impose a RSA monitor condition, and
  • order key members of staff to undertake the Advanced RSA training.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Reasons for decision - uncontested application - Pubsitter Pty Ltd (PDF, 2.8 MB).

Liquor decision - disciplinary action - Sumeet Dhingra, trading as ATTIK

On 2 September, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its Reasons for Decision for an inquiry into whether there were grounds to take disciplinary action against Sumeet Dhingra, trading as ATTIK.

The Commission determined that there were grounds to take disciplinary action under section 93A(2) of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998.

The Commission determined to endorse the licence with the following notation (as set out at Paragraph 23 of the Reasons):

"On 22 July 2014, the Licensee was subject to a Commission inquiry into whether there were grounds to take disciplinary action against him based on criminal proceedings in the Magistrates' Court to which he entered a plea of guilty. The Commission condemns the behaviour the subject of those proceedings as unacceptable but has elected not to take any further action against the Licensee."

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Reasons for decision - Disciplinary action - ATTIK (PDF, 665.47 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Munich Brau Haus

On 12 August 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of the decision to vary an existing licence for the premises known as Munich Brau Haus at 45 South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf.

The Commission on review has determined to:

  • make orders as set out at Paragraph 12 of the Decision and Reasons for Decision
  • affirm the decision of the Delegate in the terms outlined at Paragraph 13 of the Decision and Reasons for Decision
  • and vary the decision of the Delegate in the terms outlined at Paragraph 14 of the Decision and Reasons for Decision.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Internal review - Munich Brau Haus, 12 August 2014 (PDF, 1.13 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Alumbra

On 6 August 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision for an internal review of the decision to partially grant an application to vary the licence for the premises known as Alumbra at 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands.

The initial application to vary and impose two new conditions on a late night (on-premises) licence for the premises was made by Victoria Police.

The Commission determined to vary the decision of the delegate by imposing an identification scanning condition (in the terms agreed to by the parties and outlined in paragraph 20 of the decision).

The Commission affirmed the decision of the delegate with respect to imposing a crowd controller condition.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Internal review - Alumbra, 6 August 2014 (PDF, 1.15 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Sheds 3, 4 and 5

On 6 August 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of the decision to vary the on-premises licence for the premises known as Sheds 3, 4 and 5 at 37-39 South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf.

The Commission on review determined to vary the decision of the delegate by allowing the licensee to play live or recorded amplified music until 1am in accordance with the terms outlined at paragraphs 16 and 17 of the reasons.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Internal review - Sheds 3, 4 and 5, 6 August 2014 (PDF, 708.93 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - LSZ Enterprise Pty Ltd

On 30 June 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of the decision to grant an application to LSZ Enterprise Pty Ltd for premises at 21-23 Paul Street, Croydon.

The application for internal review was made by individuals objecting to the decision to grant the licence. The Commission has affirmed the decision of the Delegate.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - LSZ Enterprise Pty Ltd - 30 June 2014 (PDF, 2.23 MB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Welcome Mart Northcote

On 19 June 2014, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) handed down its decision in respect of an application for an internal review of a decision to refuse an application to grant a Packaged Liquor Licence for the premises known as Welcome Mart Northcote.

The Commission determined to vary the decision of the Delegate and grant the applicant a packaged liquor licence in the terms outlined in paragraphs 20 to 24 of the decision and reasons for decision.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - Welcome Mart Northcote - 19 June 2014 (PDF, 983.78 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - G&G Deli

On 7 May 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application for internal review to vary the Renewable Limited Licence for the premises known as G&G Deli.

The Commission determined to vary the decision of the Delegate with respect to permitted trading hours as outlined in paragraph 12 of the Reasons for Decision. The Commission also determined to otherwise affirm the decision of the Delegate to authorise the supply of liquor instead of wine, and to permit footpath trading.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - G&G Deli - 7 May 2014. (PDF, 571.03 KB)

Liquor decision - internal review - Societa Isole Eolie Club

On 15 April 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application for internal review to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises known as Societa Isole Eolie Club.

The Commission determined to vary the decision of the Delegate by allowing the Licensee to play live or recorded amplified music until midnight.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - Societa Isole Eolie Club - 15 April 2014 (PDF, 839.94 KB).

Liquor decision - Internal review - Riva International Wines Pty Ltd

On 9 April 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application for internal review of a decision to vary the conditions of the renewable limited licence for the premises known as Riva International Wines Pty Ltd trading as Riva Wines. The variation sought to allow the supply of liquor, in the form of wine tastings for customers.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - Riva International Wines Pty Ltd trading as Riva Wines - 9 April 2014 (PDF, 679.54 KB).

Liquor decision - discplinary action - Casef Pty Ltd trading as Kay Street Entertainment Complex

On 9 April 2014, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision for an inquiry into Casef Pty Ltd trading as Kay Street Entertainment Complex.

The Commission determined that there were grounds to take disciplinary action against the licensee under section 93(1) and 95(3) of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, and has determined to vary the licence.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Reasons for decision - Disciplinary action - Kay Street Entertainment Complex (PDF, 49.42 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Shinssi Hwaro Korean BBQ Restaurant

On 9 April 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application for internal review of a decision to vary the conditions of the restaurant and cafe licence for the premises known as Shinssi Hwaro Korean BBQ Restaurant. The variation sought to permit kerbside trading and to extend trading hours until 5am.

The Commission has determined to:

  • affirm the decision of the decision maker to refuse extending the trading hours of the premises until 5am.
  • vary the decision of the Delegate to permit kerbside trading.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - Shinssi Hwaro Korean BBQ Restaurant - 9 April 2014 (PDF, 2.15 MB).

Liquor decision - demerit point removal - Republican Pty Ltd

On 31 March 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application by Republican Pty Ltd, trading as Humdinger Bar, to remove a demerit point imposed on the restaurant and cafe licence.

The Commission has determined to grant the application and remove the demerit point from the licence.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Demerit point removal - Republican Pty Ltd - 31 March 2014 (PDF, 699.96 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Jack's Wine Merchants Pty Ltd

On 9 April 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application for internal review of a decision to vary the conditions of the packaged liquor licence for the premises known as Jack's Wine Merchants. The variation sought to allow trading on Good Friday and Christmas Day.

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the original decision makers and refused the variation to the packaged liquor licence.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - Jack's Wine Merchants - 9 April 2014 (PDF, 549.8 KB).

Liquor decision - interval review - Steve & Linda's Supermarket and Liquor

On 20 March 2014, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an application for internal review of a decision to vary the conditions of the packaged liquor licence for the premises known as Steve & Linda's Supermarket and Liquor. The variation sought to allow trading on Good Friday and Christmas Day between 12pm and 11pm.

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the original decision makers and refused the variation to the packaged liquor licence.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Internal review - Steve & Linda's Supermarket and Liquor - 20 March 2014 (PDF, 978.84 KB).

Liquor decision - internal review - Liquorun Pty Ltd

On 11 March 2014, the Commission handed down its Reason for Decision in respect of an application for review of a decision to grant a Renewable Limited Licence for Liquorun Pty Ltd.

The Commission determined to set aside the decision of the delegate, and grant the licence in accordance with the conditions.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Reason for decision - Liquorun Pty Ltd - 11 March 2014 (PDF, 198.17 KB).

Liquor decision - Amenity - Celebrity Holdings Pty Ltd, Home House

On 3 February 2014, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an amenity inquiry conducted into the operation of licence number 32226505, held by Celebrity Holdings Pty Ltd for the premises known as Home House, Geelong.

The Commission determined to give effect to the proposed terms of settlement presented to the licensee and licensing inspector. Those terms include amendment of the licence and accepting a written undertaking made pursuant to Section 133F of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Reasons for Decision - Celebrity Holdings Pty Ltd, 3 February 2014 (PDF, 808.7 KB).

Liquor hearing - Internal review - Maya Tequila Bar and Grill

On 21 January 2014, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an application for internal review of a decision to transfer an on-premises licence for the premises Maya Tequila Bar & Grill.

The Commission has determined to grant the transfer to the licensee and vary the licence type in the terms outlined in Paragraphs 23 and 24 of the Reasons for Decision.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Reasons for Decision - Maya Tequila Bar and Grill, 21 January 2014 (PDF, 1.17 MB).

Liquor decision - Internal review - Vessel and Chihuahua Bar

On 20 January 2014, the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision in respect of an application for review of a decision to grant an on-premises licence to Spinning Cycles Pty Ltd, trading as Vessel, South Wharf, and a decision to allow a transfer of a general licence from Bon Bon Winkle Pty Ltd to Chihuahua Bar, South Wharf.

The Commission determined to vary the decision of the Delegate and impose the conditions set out in the reasons.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for decision, download Reasons for Decision - Vessel and Chihuahua Bar Pty Ltd, 20 January 2014 (PDF, 1.24 MB).

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