Most people like to have a drink when they celebrate a special occasion or socialise. However misuse of alcohol can lead to social problems.
Christchurch City Council the Police, Community and Public Health have a responsibility to control how alcohol is sold, supplied and consumed. Hosts, retailers and alcohol suppliers also need to ensure they and their staff have the right training and the correct licence so guests and customers can enjoy alcohol responsibly and within the law.
If you require more information or assistance please phone the Christchurch City Council Alcohol Licensing Team on (03) 941 8999 and ask to talk to a Technical Officer in the Alcohol Licensing Team or email email@example.com.
If you want to sell or supply alcohol, you must hold a current alcohol licence.
Allows you to manage any licensed premises.
Defines working days and sacrosanct days that regulate time periods when you can apply for a licence and which days alcohol can be sold on licenced premises.
A schedule of fees relating to alcohol licensing applications and renewals.
Members of the public can object to an application for an alcohol licence in some cases.
Creating a responsible drinking environment and looking out for your customers.
Business with on-licences or club licences must have food available whenever they are open and selling alcohol.
Applications for alcohol licences (new and renewal) must be notified to the public.
It is illegal to drink alcohol in public places in certain areas of Christchurch. This helps to keep our city safe and welcoming.
Latest information for alcohol licensees and duty managers.
Informational on the Christchurch Provisional Local Alcohol Policy and Central City Map
DLC commissioners, hearings information and decisions.
Christchurch DLC Annual Reports to the Alcohol Licensing Regulatory Authority (ARLA) in Wellington.