Liquor licences can be a complex and overwhelming process. Hospitality & Foodservice Consultants can assist their clients in submitting a liquor licence application, whether in Western Australia, Australia Capital Territory, Queensland, or New Zealand:
◊ To gain a licence in Western Australia generally requires an application including legal, personal, training, and corporate requirements, public interest assessment, harm minimisation plan, premises red line plan, site plan, and location plan, and sometimes the requirement to respond to objections and interventions, and section 40 planning certificate, section 39 health certificate
◊ To gain a licence in Australia Capital Territory generally requires a Risk-assessment management plan (RAMP)
◊ To gain a licence in Queensland generally requires a Risk-assessment management plan (RAMP), Community impact statement, and response to public objections if any.
◊ To gain a licence in New Zealand depends on the local council policies, generally requires a host responsibility policy, and respond to objections