LIQUOR ACT 1st NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF LIQUOR LICENCE
Dominic Wundke, hereby gives notice that he has applied to the Director-General of Licensing for the grant of a Liquor Licence AUTHORITY ON LICENCE for premises proposed to be located at Shop 7, 60 Aralia Street, Nightcliff, NT, 0810.
It is proposed to establish a modern Darwin bar which will offer a venue with local entertainment and cultural focus within the Nightcliff area. It is proposed the premises will incorporate indoor and outdoor seating offering table service that proposes to sell boutique wines, cocktails, beer including locally brewed craft beers and quality tapas. A range of non-alcoholic drinks will also be available. Entertainment will be both live and recorded music.
PROPOSED LIQUOR LICENCE AND CONDITIONS:
The proposed liquor trading hours will be:
- 11:00 hours to 23:59 hours Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
- 11:00 hours to 02:00 Friday and Saturday.
- No trading on Christmas Day, Good Friday or New Years Day.
- Tapas and snacks are produced at the premises, will be available at all times whilst the business is open for trade.
- Sale and consumption of liquor will not be ancillary to a meal.
- Takeaway conditions have not been applied for.
This is the first notice of application. The notice will be published again on 13 March 2019.
The objection period is deemed to commence from 13 March 2019 for a period of 30 days after the publication of this last notice of the application, that being until close of business 12 April 2019.
Pursuant to Section 47F (2) of the Liquor Act an objection may only be made on the ground that the substitution of the licence may or will adversely affect:
(a) the amenity of the neighbourhood where the premises the subject of the application are or will be located; or
(b) the health, education, public safety or social conditions in the community.
Only those persons, organisations or groups described in Section 47F (3) of the Liquor Act may make an objection. Section 47G of the Liquor Act requires the Director-General of Licensing to inform the applicant of the substance of any objection. This will include the identity and where relevant the address of the objector.
For further information regarding this application contact the Director-General of Licensing NT on telephone 8999 ... . Objections to this application must be lodged in writing and lodged within 30 days of the commencement date of the objection period to the Director-General of Licensing, via e-mail (preferred) to Director-GeneralofLicensing.AGD@nt.gov.au or posted to GPO Box 1154, Darwin, NT 0801.
Dated this 9 March 2019