Broadway Kiosk - proposal to extend the Liquor Licence on Sunday mornings

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Consultation has concluded

The operator of the Broadway Kiosk has requested Council to amend the lease to allow the operator to extend their licence to serve alcohol when accompanied by a meal at the earlier time of 8am
(currently 11am).

This proposal would be consistent with every other day of the week where alcohol is served with a meal from 8am onwards.

We now seek the community’s view on whether Council should amend the lease, to allow the operator to apply for an extension of their current liquor licence.

This 21 day consultation opened Tuesday 8 October and closed 5pm Monday 28 October 2019.

The operator of the Broadway Kiosk has requested Council to amend the lease to allow the operator to extend their licence to serve alcohol when accompanied by a meal at the earlier time of 8am
(currently 11am).

This proposal would be consistent with every other day of the week where alcohol is served with a meal from 8am onwards.

We now seek the community’s view on whether Council should amend the lease, to allow the operator to apply for an extension of their current liquor licence.

This 21 day consultation opened Tuesday 8 October and closed 5pm Monday 28 October 2019.

Consultation has concluded
  • Results of the 2019 Engagement and next steps

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    07 February, 2020

    At its meeting held on 10 September 2019, Council resolved to undertake community engagement in line with Council’s Community Consultation and Engagement Policy to seek the view of the community to amending the lease for the Broadway Kiosk to allow for an application vary the terms of the lease to enable it to apply for an amendment to the liquor license to allow the serving of alcohol on Sundays from the earlier time of 8am (currently 11am).
    Subsequently, community engagement was commenced on 8 October 2019 for a period of twenty-one (21) days, concluding on 28 October 2019. A total of 100 submissions were received, either in hard copy or through Council’s on-line community site with the majority in favour to amend the lease.
    At its meeting on 10 December 2019, Council considered the results of the public consultation and subsequently resolved to allow for the lease to be amended to enable the Broadway Kiosk to apply for an amendment to the liquor license to allow the serving of alcohol on Sundays from 8am.
    The next step is for the Lessee to make an application to the Office of Liquor and Gambling - now known as Consumer and Business Services for this for a liquor licence.”

  • Engagement Results and Outcomes

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    by yv at holdfast, 24 June, 2015

    On 24 March 2015 Council resolved to undertake community engagement in line with Council’s Community Consultation and Engagement Policy to seek the view of the community to amending the Permitted Use Clause of the lease for the Broadway Kiosk to allow for the application of a Liquor Licence.

    Subsequently public consultation commenced on 28 April 2015 and closed on 12 May 2015. A total of 239 submissions were received, either in hard copy or through Council’s on-line community site with the majority in favour to amend the lease.

    At its meeting on 23 June 2015 Council considered the results of the public consultation and subsequently resolved to allow for the lease to be amended to allow for a 12 month trial with the serving of alcohol only permitted between the hours of 8am and 10pm Monday to Saturday and Sunday 11am to 10pm Sunday.

    The next step is for the Lessee to make an application to the Office of Liquor and Gambling - now known as Consumer and Business Services for this for a liquor licence.