Extended Trading Permits

An Extended Trading Permit (ETP) is used where the licensee wishes to extend their predetermined trading hours or licensed area on an ongoing basis. An ETP is designed to allow a licensee to trade in the usual manner for longer or in an area not usually considered part of the licensed area.  Permits are generally granted for a period of ten years.

If a licensee is found in breach of the conditions of their permit, or if it is determined that the permit is no longer in the best interest of  the public, the permit can be cancelled immediately.

Types of extended trading permits

There are ten permanent extended trading permit types:

  • Alfresco dining
  • Area
  • Associations
  • Catering
  • Cellar door premises
  • Dining area
  • Lodgers/residential accommodation
  • Ongoing hours
  • Sell liquor without a meal (Unrestricted)
  • Sell liquor without a meal (Restricted)

Alfresco dining

This permit type is used for licensees who wish to provide liquor to patrons seated in an alfresco area adjacent to the licensed premises. Freehold owner consent and plans of the proposed permit area will be required for a permit to be granted.

Area

This permit type is used for licensees who wish to provide liquor in an adjacent specified area that would not otherwise be authorised under the licence, on such days and between such hours on those days as may be specified.

Associations

This permit type is used to authorise the licensee of a club (not including club restricted) or special facility licence to sell liquor for consumption on a specified part of the premises to a separate group of persons with a common interest in the use of the premises. For clubs, a prerequisite is that their constitution must allow associations to use a part of their licensed premises.

Catering

This permit type authorises the licensee to sell liquor on days other than Good Friday on the days and hours specified by the licensing authority, as a caterer when engaged by a third party to provide services.

Cellar door premises

This permit authorises the holder of a producer’s licence to sell their liquor product on specified premises on which the licensee would not otherwise be authorised.

Dining area

This permit type is used to authorise the sale of liquor ancillary to a meal outside the normal licensed hours in a specified dining area for hotel, nightclub and producer’s licences only.

Lodgers/residential accommodation

This permit type is used to authorise a restaurant licensee to sell and supply liquor at any time to a lodger who is residing in the residential accommodation operated by the licensee and located at the restaurant premises.

Ongoing Hours

This permit type is used to increase the existing trading hours on the liquor licence. 

Sell liquor without a meal (Unrestricted)

This permit type authorises the licensee to sell liquor via table service for consumption on the premises whether or not ancillary to a meal. Strict conditions may apply to liquor without a meal permits including, but not restricted to:

  • The restaurant must always be set up and presented for dining.
  • Tables can't be removed or shifted in order to create dance floors.
  • The kitchen must be open and operating at all times liquor is available and the restaurant's regular full menu must be available at all times.
  • Liquor may only be consumed by patrons seated at a dining table.
  • Table service only by restaurant staff, no bar service.
  • The venue can't be advertised as anything but a restaurant.
  • The permit does not automatically apply to an area currently trading under an al fresco extended trading permit. This would need to be requested.

Sell liquor without a meal (Restricted)

This permit type authorises the licensee to sell liquor via table service for consumption on the premises whether or not ancillary to a meal. A maximum numbers limitation will be imposed on the premises & permit of 120 patrons or, if the capacity of the premises is lower, a lesser number will apply.

Strict conditions may apply to liquor without a meal permits including, but not restricted to:

  • The restaurant must always be set up and presented for dining.
  • Tables can't be removed or shifted in order to create dance floors.
  • The kitchen must be open and operating at all times liquor is available and the restaurant's regular full menu must be available at all times.
  • Liquor may only be consumed by patrons seated at a dining table.
  • Table service only by restaurant staff, no bar service.
  • The venue can't be advertised as anything but a restaurant.
  • The permit does not automatically apply to an area currently trading under an al fresco extended trading permit. This would need to be requested.

Last updated: 21/06/2019 10:44:52 AM

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