Liquor Commission

Review of takeaway licence conditions in Victoria River region

The Northern Territory Liquor Commission has determined to conduct an inquiry on its own initiative under section 113 of the Liquor Act 2019 with the view to considering whether restrictions on certain takeaway liquor products should be imposed on licensees in the Victoria River region.

The Commission conducted a public hearing at Yarralin on Friday, 6 August 2021 which was attended by licensees and other interested parties.  The Commission invited written submissions and proposed to publish all submissions, unless marked ‘confidential’.

Published submissions

Letter from Traditional Owners and Elders PDF (743.4 KB)

On 17 January 2022, pursuant to section 113(2) of the Act, the Commission issued written notice to affected licensees of the proposed variation of licence conditions and reasons for the variation and invited a response to the proposed variations by 14 February 2022. The notice has been copied to interested parties and the same invitation extended.

Notice of proposed variation of licence conditions - Victoria River locality - 17 January 2022

Notice of Proposed Variation of Licence Conditions PDF (3.6 MB)

In making its final decision, the Commission will consider any responses to the proposed variations, results of the hearing and public interest and community impact requirements.

Decision notice - variation of licence conditions for Victoria River region - Liquor Commission - s.113(2)

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Last updated: 11 March 2022

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