7 Edwin St, Tempe 2044

Willie the Boatman - Producer/wholesaler licence

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8 Comments

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  1. Neighbourhood Watch commented

    This is a residential street.
    As such it is inappropriate for liquor to be traded from this residence.
    Furthermore it is inappropriate for liquor trading up until midnight on most days.

    Please select a suitable commercial location to trade liquor.

  2. Angus commented

    As no liquor will be sold directly from this venue as it is merely the office of a producer/wholesaler I fully support this license application.

  3. Maria commented

    This is a residential street. Please do not approve this applicant to produce/manufacturer/wholesale alcohol from this residence. Find a suitable commercial location to produce/manufacture/wholesale alcohol.

  4. Patrick McInerney commented

    There will be no alcohol physically produced or sold at this licensed address. It is merely a home office for email, internet and account management. All Alcohol Produced by Willie the Boatman will be done via contract with St Peters Brewery 15 May Street St Peters. All Alcohol will be kept at St Peters Brewery under Bond of the Tax Department until sold to retail and/or hotels with the appropriate liquor license. Willie the Boatman has no intention or permission by any authority to produce alcohol or physically sell alcohol at 7 Edwin Street.

  5. Mel commented

    Please do not approve this application. This is a residential street right next to two schools and one established place of worship. Producing, marketing and or running an alcohol business from this residence has safety and social problem implications in this location. It is promoting alcohol too close to schools and impressionable children and conflicts with the place of worship. Select a suitable commercial location for office, manufacturing, producing, promoting of alcohol.

  6. James Davies commented

    i disagree with this business in this location,
    this is a child friendly area with 2 schools, churches and numerous parks.
    i do not believe a residential street is the appropriate place to be advertising or marketing liquor
    commercial locations for commercial businesses, especially things we don't need our young children being exposed to on our own front doors,
    i don't think young adults or teenagers need to see this either, they may think "home grown" alcohol is a great idea, and this can lead to disaster.

  7. Lorne Hyde commented

    It is unfortunate we cannot see the actual application - my understanding is that this is not a wholesale facility but a home office. I see no problem with that. Maybe the planning authority can clarify this issue rather then have it misrepresented.

    I support the application.

  8. Mel commented

    Please do not approve this application. This is a residential street right next to 2 schools and 1 place of worship. Producing alcohol has safety and social problem implications in this location. It is promoting alcohol too close to schools and impressionable children and could cause explosions endangering children and residents. Select a suitable commercial location for office, manufacturing, producing, promoting of alcohol.

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