EGM Flow Chart

Application Processes related to new EGM venues, or increased numbers of EGMs within an existing venue

A venue operator must apply to both Local Government for a planning permit and the Victorian Commission for Gaming and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) for a licence to operate the EGMs (these processes are not dependent upon one another and can be undertaken concurrently although to operate a gaming venue the venue operator requires both a licence and a planning permit).

Application Processes related to new EGM venues, or increased numbers of EGMs within an existing venue


Application Processes related to new EGM venues, or increased numbers of EGMs within an existing venue Local Authority Council process

Application Processes related to new EGM venues, or increased numbers of EGMs within an existing venue Local Authority Council process


Application Processes related to new EGM venues, or increased numbers of EGMs within an existing venue VCGLR process

Application Processes related to new EGM venues, or increased numbers of EGMs within an existing venue VCGR process

 


Application and Hearing Process: New Premises and EGM Increase Applications

Application and Hearing Process: New Premises and EGM Increase Applications

Please note:
(1) The hearings listing process flowchart assumes councils will use the maximum amount of time to provide notification of whether they will respond to an application and
make a submission. The dates are requirements contained within the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 and indicate the maximum amount of time available. Section references
are also included. In some cases, the tasks may be conducted earlier. For example, if a responsible authority chooses not to respond to an application and advises
The Commission of this decision on the third day after receiving notification, the Commission has a maximum of 63 days to make a decision on the matter.
(2) For EGM Increase applications the municipal council applies as the responsible entity for the entire application process. As at 30 June 2011


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