The Victorian Government is reviewing the current Liquor Control Reform Regulations 2009 which are due to expire on 4 November 2019.
Before remaking regulations, the responsible minister, the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, is required to ensure that consultation occurs with affected parties, and that the impacts of the regulations on individuals or groups are adequately assessed.
This consultation is looking for feedback on any or all of the following regulations:
- Part 1 Preliminary
- Part 2 Prescribed substances
- Part 2A Prescribed liquor
- Part 3 Security cameras
- Part 4 Particulars and information for applications
- Part 5 Fees
- Part 6 Prescribed variations
- Part 6AA Prescribed conditions for the attendance of minors at live music events
- Part 7 Licensing polls
- Part 7A Prescribed barring order requirements
- Other topics of your choice
We are asking for your feedback. Your feedback will be used to inform the development of new regulations to replace the existing regulations from November 2019.
A Regulatory Impact Statement will be drafted and shared for consultation in 2019. After this, new regulations will be made.
How to make a submission
You can share your views by either:
- lodging a formal submission document addressing any or all of the questions outlined in the documentation.
- completing the survey below, replying to any or all of the questions.
If you're willing to be contacted by the project team to further discuss your response make sure to leave your contact details. This is optional.
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