26 Archbold Rd, Roseville NSW 2069

New licence - packaged liquor - delivery only

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8 Comments

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  1. Peta Smalding commented

    This is a residential area, it is inappropriate for a liquor business or a distribution business.

  2. Maree Green commented

    I feel very concerned that a liquor licence is being considered for a private residence in a surburban neighbourhood.
    I lodge my objections to this application.

  3. John Tee commented

    Hello. It’s opposite a Primary School. Wake up Liquor and Gaming Board.
    Totally wrong. Have the “goods” delivered to the business please, not to your house!!

  4. Peta Smalding commented

    This is a residential area, it is inappropriate for a liquor business or a distribution business.

  5. Jenny Bourke commented

    Increased traffic accidents will occur due to the driveway being opposite Park Street. North facing cars are often turning right with poor visibility due to the steep hill down to Moores creek.
    To have increased use of the driveway on the left will require greater enforcement of speed limits and signage.

  6. Liz Wilton commented

    This is entirely inappropriate for a residential zoned area to have a liquor licence, particularly near a public primary school.

    I am strongly opposed.

  7. Alex Moran commented

    The people above should read the actual application - alcohol will not be held on the premises. It is an online business with the distribution likely done in Victoria.

  8. Maree Green commented

    Mr A Moran,

    Reflecting on your own comment.

    "it is unlikely that liquor will be held on the premisis"

    Given that you choose to use the word of unlikely means that all comments made in opposition should still stand.

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