188 Humphries Road Mount Eliza VIC 3930

Liquor license general in accordance with the submitted plans

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website ago. It was received by them earlier.

(Source: Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, reference P23/2294)


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  1. Mel commented


  2. Adrian Mayall commented

    Do the nearby residents get a say? All of the other permits for Bottega 188 were pushed through without notifying any of the neighbours.

  3. Kelsea commented

    I would also like to know why nearby residents were not informed of any and all planning permits for Bottega 188. I also believe that permits have been approved by the council with no thought whatsoever to the nearby properties. The increased volume in traffic, noise and parking issues that have arisen is cause for concern. The tranquillity that we have enjoyed for the past 10 years has been replaced with a constant stream of shrieking children and endless chitter-chatter! I strongly oppose the location of this business and the close proximity to nearby properties and the application for a liquor licence is even more cause for concern! Does the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council even care about the privacy, tranquillity and peace of mind of their rate payer's? I don't know how the transition from a milkbar to a cafe with outdoor seating in such close proximity to nearby residents was ever approved by the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council?!

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