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DECISION OF DIRECTOR OF LIQUOR LICENSING

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  • No local officials are aware of any issues or concerns with antisocial behaviour, noise

concerns, the existence of sensitive places or ‘at risk’ persons, ‘hot-spot’ facilities or areas or problems with youth;

  • A local police officer has stated that ‘it is a residential area with few problems’;

  • The police are not aware of any issues or concerns with antisocial behaviour, general

community concerns, youth issues, alcohol-related crime or issues with Aboriginal persons;

  • Representatives from the local schools have no issues with the proposed premises.

Amenity

In respect to those matters prescribed in section 38(4)(b) of the Act (potential impact on amenity), the applicant submits:

  • The centre in which the premises will be located will be anchored by the supermarket

which has a floor space of approximately 3200m2 and will be operated by the applicant;

  • The other services and facilities available at the centre will include 1800m2

specialty shops;

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  • There are no comparable shopping facilities for 85% of the locality’s population;

  • The premises’ location within the supermarket will provide greater convenience and

amenity to the public, as people will be able to purchase their packaged liquor requirements at the same time as buying their weekly groceries;

  • A liquor store is appropriate and complementary to the other services to be offered at

the centre where the premises will be located;

  • Competition and choice, not currently available to the majority of residents of the

locality, will result from the grant of the application;

  • Economic and community benefits will flow from employment opportunities at the

premises and through the applicant’s community support programs.

Offence, annoyance, disturbance or inconvenience

In respect to those matters prescribed in section 38(4)(c) of the Act (potential offence, annoyance etc), the applicant submits:

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