Application for New or Renewal of Club Licence

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If you have any questions or need assistance please contact our Liquor Licencing Inspector on 06 835 7579.

These items are required for new applications only, or, where any changes have been made to the original documents.
1. A full food and drinks menu.
2. A copy of the club’s constitution or rules.

3. Building & Planning certificates for the purpose of s.100 (f) of the Act.

4. A photo of the exterior of the premises showing the principal entrance.

5. A full list of other clubs with which club has reciprocal visiting rights for members.

6. Good quality scale plans of the premises or conveyance that clearly show the following:

a) The principle entrance,
b) Any proposed designated areas,
c) The design and layout of the premises.

7. If you are using an alcohol licensing consultant, a letter authorising your consultant to act on your behalf.

8. If the applicant is not the owner of the premises, written consent from the owner to the effect that the owner has no objection to a licence being granted.

9. A copy of your host responsibility policy and alcohol management plan. Details of how the matters described in the policy will be implemented must be included.

To the Secretary, Napier District Licensing Committee:

Select your premises type and trading hours to determine the applicable fee

Council reserves the right to amend the fee based on the type of application to ensure the appropriate fee has been charged.

What are your hours of trade

The new Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) states that no club can hold a licence that starts before 8.00am or finishes after 1.00am. This applies to all new and renewed club licences.

A holding is a conviction for any offence prescribed within section 288 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012, or a conviction for any equivalent offence under the Sale of Liquor Act 1989.

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