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Liquor decisions 2019

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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 - The Greens Victoria Inc.

On 30 September 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 by The Greens Victoria Inc., for the internal review of a decision to refuse to grant an application for a renewable limited licence, for the premises located at Level 1, 45 William Street, Melbourne.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate, and in substitution grant a renewable limited licence subject to the conditions set out at Appendix A of the decision.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons, download The Greens Victoria Inc decision and reasons.

Liquor decision - internal review - Brunswick Zebras Football Club Inc.

On 30 September 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by the Brunswick Zebras Football Club Inc for the internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Brunswick Zebras Football Club, located at Sumner Park Pavilion, Alister Street, Brunswick East.

The Commission determined to set aside the decision of the delegate and, in substitution, grant a renewable limited licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix One of the reasons. 

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Brunswick Zebras Football Club Inc

Liquor decision - internal review - Swords Wines Pty Ltd

On 11 September 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in the matter of an application by Swords Wines Pty Ltd under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 for an internal review of a decision to grant an application for variation to a renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Swords Wines located at Stall 73, Coventry Street, South Melbourne Market, South Melbourne 3205.

The Commission has determined to vary the decision of the Delegate and grant the variation to the renewable limited licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix A of the decision.
For a full copy of the decision and reasons, download Swords Wines Pty Ltd internal review decision and reasons.

Liquor decision - internal review - Captain Obvious Pty Ltd

On 30 August 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Hansen Partnership Pty Ltd (on behalf of multiple land and business owners and operators) for internal review of a decision to grant a restaurant and cafe licence to Captain Obvious Pty Ltd for the premises trading as Park, located at 132-138 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne.

The Commission determined to vary the reviewable decision and grant a restaurant and cafe licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix A of the decision. 

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Captain Obvious Pty Ltd trading as Park.

Liquor decision - internal review - Diesel Lounge Bar Pty Ltd

On 21 August 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Diesel Lounge Bar Pty Ltd  for internal review a decision to refuse to vary the category of licence from an on-premises licence to a late night on-premises licence in respect of the premises trading as Diesel Lounge Bar, 202 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

The Commission determined to affirm the decision of the delegate and refuse the variation to the category of licence.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for decision, please download Liquor decision - reasons and decisions - Diesel Lounge Bar Pty Ltd

Liquor decision - internal review - Merchants Manila Pty Ltd

On 14 August 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Merchants Manila Pty Ltd for the internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Merchants Manila, situated at 4 Radnor Drive, Deer Park 3023.

The Commission determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate, and in substitution, grant a renewable limited licence subject to the conditions at Appendix A of its reasons. 

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Merchants Manila Pty Ltd

Liquor decision - internal review - Imbue Distillery Pty Ltd

On 3 May 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Imbue Distillery Pty Ltd for internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a temporary limited licence for three events to be held at premises known as Jock + Eddie Cafe, located at 1 Pyror Street, Eltham.

The Commission determined to set aside the reviewable decision and, in substitution, grant: 

*  a temporary limited licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix A of the attached decision; and
 * the consent to supply liquor from the premises as set out in Appendix B.

The Reasons for Decision were released on 5 August 2019.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Imbue Distillery Pty Ltd 

Liquor decision - internal review - MGK Pty Ltd

On 18 July 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application MGK Pty Ltd for the internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Boutique Wine & Spirits, located at unit 3/190 Graham Street, Port Melbourne.

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

For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - MGK Pty Ltd

Liquor decision - internal review - Translucent Consulting Pty Ltd

On 5 June 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Translucent Consulting Pty Ltd under for an internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises, trading as Stone and Straw Retreat, located at 5401 Midland Highway, Dry Diggings.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate and, in substitution, grant the application for a renewable limited licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix One.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Decision and Reasons for Decision - Stone and Straw

Liquor decision - internal review - OTM Retailing Pty Ltd

On 31 May 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by OTM Retailing Pty Ltd for internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a packaged liquor licence for the premises trading as New Quay Grocery, located at 15-17 Rakaia Way, Docklands.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate and, in substitution, grant the application for a packaged liquor licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix A.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - OTM Retailing Pty Ltd

Liquor decision - internal review - Murrumbeena Football Netball Club

On 29 May 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Murrumbeena Football Netball Club Incorporated for internal review of a decision to refuse to vary the renewable limited licence for the club premises located at Murrumbeena Park, Gerald Street, Carnegie.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the delegate and, in substitution, grant the application to vary the renewable limited licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix A of the decision.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Murrumbeena Football Netball Club Incorporated decisions and reasons

Liquor decision - internal review - Nasty's Pty Ltd

On 9 May 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Nasty's Pty Ltd for internal review of a decision to vary the category of licence from on-premises to general licence for the premises trading as Nasty’s, located at 806 High Street, Thornbury.

The Commission has determined to vary the decision of the delegate and grant the application to vary the category of the licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix One of the decision.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Nasty's Pty Ltd

 

 

Liquor decision - internal review - St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2019

On 1 February 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application under section 153 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 by Rachelle Watson for the internal review of a decision to grant a major event licence in respect of a business trading as St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2019, located at Footscray Park, 40 Maribyrnong Boulevard, Footscray 3011.

The Commission determined to affirm the decision of the delegate.

 For a full copy of the decision and reasons,  download Liquor decision - internal review - St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2019

Liquor decision - internal review - Mildura Brewery Pub (Broo) Pty Ltd

On 16 April 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Mildura Brewery Pub (Broo) Pty Ltd for internal review of a decision to refuse to vary a general licence for the premises trading as Mildura Brewery Pub (Broo), located at 20-22A Langtree Avenue, Mildura.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the delegate and, in substitution, grant the application to vary the general licence subject to the conditions outlined in Appendix One of the decision.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Mildura Brewery Pub (Broo) Pty Ltd. 

Liquor decision - internal review - Play Central Pty Ltd

On 13 March 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to the application by Play Central Pty Ltd for internal review of the decision to refuse to grant a restaurant and cafe licence in relation to the premises known as Play Central, located at 37-53 Croxford Street, Port Melbourne. 

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the delegate and refuse to grant the licence. For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Play Central Pty Ltd.

Liquor decision - internal review - Leroni's Grill

On 9 April 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Adriana Lerovksi for internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Leroni's Grill, located at 1/27 Macquarie Drive, Thomastown.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the Delegate and, in substitution, grant the application for a renewable limited licence subject to the conditions set out in Appendix One.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Leroni's Grill.

Liquor decision - internal review - Claren Group Pty Ltd

On 20 February 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to the application by Claren Group Pty Ltd for internal review of the decision to refuse to vary the late night (general) licence in relation to the premises trading as Freddie Wimpoles, 125 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda. 

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the Delegate and refuse to vary the licence. For a full copy of the decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Claren Group Pty Ltd. 

Liquor decision - internal review - Frankston Yacht Club Inc

On 13 February 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Frankston Yacht Club Inc for internal review of a decision to refuse to grant a  renewable limited licence for the premises trading as Frankston Yacht Club, located at 30N Long Island Drive, Frankston.

The Commission has determined to set aside the decision of the delegate and, in substitution, grant a renewable limited licence subject to the conditions outlined in Appendix A of the decision.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review -- Frankston Yacht Club Inc.

Liquor decision - internal review - Maharaja Palace Northcote

On 11 February 2019, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to the applications for internal review by residential objectors of the decision to grant a variation of licence category in respect of the premises trading as Maharaja Palace Northcote, located at First Floor, 417-419 High Street, Northcote.

The Commission has determined to affirm the decision of the delegate and grant the variation of licence category, subject to the conditions set out in Appendix One.

For a full copy of the decision and reasons for decision, download Liquor decision - internal review - Maharaja Palace Northcote

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