An applicant for an alcohol licence is required to publicly notify the application by displaying a notice on or near to the proposed premises, and by placing a public notice in a local newspaper. Applications for a new licence are notified and any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to do so has 25 working days from the date of notification to lodge their objection.
Applications that have been received recently and may be open to objection or submissions are listed below.
If you wish to object to any of the below applications please visit Council's page. It includes information on the grounds for objections and how to deliver your objection to Council. You can also visit Alcohol Resources for more information.
If you have further questions please contact us 06 857 8060
Central Hawke's Bay District Council has applied for a renewal On Licence for the Central Hawke's Bay Municipal The...
31 January 2024
Ambika Hospitality Limited has applied for a renewal On Licence for the Saffron Indian Restaurant. The primary busi...
17 January 2024
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