Hospitality and Liquor Licensing

Hospitality and Liquor Licensing

Key Changes in Liquor Laws a Silver Lining for Small Businesses

Recent changes to the NSW liquor legislation will affect a range businesses, including those trading takeaway alcohol and applying for liquor licences, as well as live entertainment venues in Sydney’s CBD and Kings Cross. In December 2016, Liquor and Gaming NSW implemented a number of key recommendations from the Independent Liquor Law Review by former

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Liquor Licence Applications in NSW

To apply for a liquor licence in NSW, or vary the conditions of an existing licence, Surry Partners can assist you with legal advice and services. Types of Liquor Licences In NSW, there are 7 categories of liquor licences, which will depend on the type of venue and manner in which the liquor is served.

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Upcoming Liquor Licensing Reforms in NSW

In a recent announcement by Deputy Premier of NSW Troy Grant, the State’s Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) is to undergo a major organisational change and implement the access of new merit-based appeals related to licencing decisions.[1] The reforms are in response to the stated need to support the tough restrictions introduced by the

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Liquor regulation reforms in NSW- what you need to know

Last month the NSW Parliament passed the Liquor Amendment Bill 2014 (NSW) which puts in place a number of reforms to the NSW Liquor Act 2007 and Liquor Regulations 2008 with the objective of reducing alcohol related incidents in the Sydney CBD. We’ve summarised some of the key changes which you need to know as a licensee or proposed licensee in this area.

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The Small Bar Licence

Information about the Small Bar Licence (NSW) which was introduced in July 2013.

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