In this section How to apply for a licence Special Licence Applications Types of licences and application forms Host Responsibility Alcohol Ban Areas Schedule of Fees and Charges : Sale & Supply of Alcohol Charges COVID-19: A new piece of legislation was introduced that has temporarily extended the time it takes to process a new or renewal applications application of a Club, on or off licence, to allow the Police and Medical Officer of Health priority to manage COVID-19. Instead of the usual 15 working days these two agencies had to report on applications, they now have until 22 January 2021. If our Council receives a response from both agencies before 22 January 2021, your application will continue to be processed. This extended timeframe applies to applications received in the last few weeks, and only for the above types of applications. It doesn’t apply to special licence or Manager Certificate applications. You can find out more about this here. Feel free to contact Kelly Hosking or Deborah Crowther on (07) 868 0200 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com The approval of all alcohol applications is carried out by the Thames-Coromandel District Licensing Committee which is a separate legal entity of Council. All applications for licences and managers certificates are determined by the Committee or under delegated authority once all the required processes have been followed. If you require further information, please email our Customer Services Team or enquire at the following Service Centres: Coromandel Town Service Centre355 Kapanga Road, Coromandel Mercury Bay Service Centre10 Monk Street, Whitianga Thames District Office515 Mackay Street, Thames Whangamata Area Service Centre620 Port Road, Whangamata Alcohol licence application public notices now on our website Public notices of alcohol licence applications are now published online on our website, making them easier to access and cheaper in almost every case for the applicant. Our charge for an online public notice is $100, which in most cases will be significantly less than the charge an applicant would pay if advertising through a newspaper. If an applicant would like their notice published in the newspaper instead of our website, please let us know at the time of applying. Each notice will remain on the website for 15 working days, allowing people in our community to remain up to date and informed about alcohol licence applications. The process for objecting to a licence application will remain the same. Send us your written objection within 15 working days of the public notice being published. Write to: The SecretaryThames Coromandel District – District Licensing CommitteePrivate Bag 1001Thames 3540 Or, email:The Secretary, District Licensing Committeecustomer.firstname.lastname@example.org More details are on our web page www.tcdc.govt.nz/howtoobject.