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Liquor decisions 2021

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We prepare and publish decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain liquor applications and disciplinary action proceedings.

Liquor decision - internal review - The B.East Burgers

On 22 July 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 of a decision to refuse to vary the on-premises licence held by Baba Levantine Trading Company Pty Ltd in respect of the premises known as The B.East Burgers, located at 80 Lygon Street, Brunswick East. 

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate and, in substitution, grant the application to vary the on-premises licence in accordance with Appendix A of the attached decision and reasons.

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - The B.East Burgers

Liquor decision - internal review - Freddie Wimpoles

On 9 July 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, by persons seeking the internal review a decision of the Commission  to grant a variation of late night (on-premises) licence held by Claren Group Pty Ltd for the business trading as Freddie Wimpoles located at 125 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda. 

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the delegate and, in substitution, refuse to grant the variation application.

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Freddie Wimpoles.

Liquor Decision - internal review - The Stolen Gem

On 30June 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, by persons seeking the internal review a decision of the Commission  to grant an on-premises liquor licence to The Stolen Gem Pty Ltd for the business trading as the Stolen Gem. 

The Commission has determined to vary the decision of the delegate to grant the application for an on-premises licence, subject to the conditions at Appendix A of its reasons for decision.

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor Decision - internal review - The Stolen Gem

Liquor decision - internal review- Colonial Hotel

On 18 June 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application by Minardi Pty Ltd under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 for internal review of a decision to vary a late night (on-premises) licence for the business trading as the Colonial Hotel. 

The Commission has determined to refuse the review application and vary the decision of the Delegate.

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal Review - Colonial Hotel.

Liquor decision - internal Review - Australia Liquor Wholesale

On 18 May 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application by Australia Liquor Wholesale Pty Ltd under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 for internal review of a decision to refuse to grant an application for a renewable limited licence for the business trading as Australia Liquor Wholesale. 

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the Delegate and refuse to grant the application for a renewable limited licence.

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal Review - Australia Liquor Wholesale

Liquor decision - internal review - Northern Soul Cafe

On 25 March 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to applications by Martin Hughes and Kirsti Anderson, and Darren Wells, for the internal review of a decision to vary the category of licence from a restaurant and cafe licence to an on-premises licence held by Taselan Pty Ltd in respect of the premises known as Northern Soul Café, located at 843 High Street, Thornbury.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate and, in substitution, vary the licence subject to the conditions in Appendix A.

For a copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Northern Soul Cafe

Liquor decision - internal review - Grumpy Papi's Cafe

On 12 March 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application by Angeles Hunt under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 for internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Grumpy Papi’s Cafe, located at Tenancy 9, 75 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington.

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the Delegate and refuse to grant the application for a renewable limited licence.

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - Internal Review - Grumpy Papi's Cafe

Liquor decision - internal review - Frothy Beer Club

On 18 May 2021, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application for the internal review of a decision to refuse to grant an application for a renewable limited licence for the business trading as Frothy Beer Club in respect of the premises located at CS Square Shopping Centre, 29-35 Lake Street, Caroline Springs

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate and grant the application for a renewable limited licence.

For a copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Frothy Beer Club 

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