On 24 January 2019 Liquor & Gaming NSW released a statement regarding changes to the process of acquiring and operating Pop-Up Bars and Events in NSW. The changes will commence on 1 March 2019. These changes are part of the ‘Activate Sydney@Night’ program which offers $500,000 in funding for
On 23 February 2019 the NSW Minister for Racing, namely Paul Toole MP, announced changes to the licensing scheme for music festivals to be introduced on 1 March 2019. These changes respond to recent criticisms and discourse surrounding the tendency for casualties to occur at music festivals across the state.
Back Schwartz Vaughan is pleased to have worked once again with the Endeavour Drinks Group (EDG) and the Woolworths Group Limited (WGL), this time in relation to the removal of their existing packaged liquor licence (PLL) in Dee Why to the new Meriton (Lighthouse) Dee Why Town Centre development. As part of the removal application BSV also successfully obtained an extended trading authorisation to allow the PLL to be exercised from 8.00am on Sunday.
The team at Back Schwartz Vaughan Lawyers are pleased to announce the much-anticipated cocktail bar Maybe Sammy have successfully acquired their small bar licence. Behind the new 1950’s Vegas glamour inspired cocktail bar are Stefano Catino and Vince Lombardo, owners of award-winning pizza joint ‘Maybe Frank’.
Hola! The team at Back Schwartz Vaughan congratulates El Camino Cantina Manly on the successful application for a new Restaurant Licence as approved by the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority. Situated adjacent to the Manly wharf, El Camino Cantina’s locational benefits are outweighed only by the quality of their operation.