This section must be completed by all applicants - Please submit your personal details and the details of your
business. You may include two sets of details if the applicant is made on behalf of the business owner.
If you would like to offer outdoor dining on public land, such as the footpath outside your business. You will need to apply for a Local Law permit from Baw Baw Shire Council. These permits apply to outdoor dining, advertising signs, display of goods on the footpath.
Baw Baw Shire Council has removed all fees associated with footpath trading and outdoor eating until 30 June 2021 to support our local business community to continue to operate during the impacts of COVID-19.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Licencing (VCGLR) have introduced a streamlined approach to help existing licensees temporarily use outdoor areas to supply liquor as outlined in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) roadmap to reopening.
Existing licensees will first need written permission from their local council to use public external/outdoor areas that are not currently authorised under the licensee’s existing permanent liquor licence.
Once you have council permission to use the outdoor area, and you subsequently apply for a temporary limited licence (outdoor area temp licence) this may be granted and a licence issued to you that allows the supply of liquor in the outdoor area
There is no fee associated with applying for an outdoor area temp licence from the VCGLR.
To provide an appropiriate letter of support you are required to complete this section in full.
To help our business and broader community to work together to extend outdoor dining and footpath trading in front of another business or residence this section must be competed by all impacted properties.
Baw Baw Shire Council has removed all fees associated with footpath trading and outdoor eating to support our local business community to continue to operate during the impacts of COVID-19. To learn more about the support offered by Baw Baw Shire Council for businesses, or resources available to support your business visit www.bawbawshire.vic.gov.au/Your-Business
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