Distilleries & Bond Storage
In a fast growing and valued industry, Clarence City Council recognize that Distilleries, Bond Stores, Breweries & Wineries have become an important aspect of Tasmania’s hospitality industry.
A safe, complaint industry for workers and visitors is the first priority when it comes to these particular developments, and therefore triggers a wide range of requirements that need to be taken into consideration.
- Manufacturers License – Australian Tax Office
- Liquor License – State Treasury
- Planning – Local Council
- Building – Building Surveyor & Local Council
- Plumbing Local – Council
- Environmental Health – Building Surveyor & Local Council
- Emergency Plan – Workplace Safety/ Building Surveyor/ Council
- Bushfire Documentation – Bushfire Practitioner
- TFS Documentation – Tasmanian Fire Service
- Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993
- Building Act 2016 – Directors Determination Bushfire Hazard Areas
- Building Regulations 2016
- General Fire Regulations 2021
- Work Health & Safety Act 2022
- Work Health & Safety Regulations 2022
- Code of Practice – Managing risks of hazardous chemicals in the workplace (2018)
- AS 1940:2017 The storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids
For retrospective approvals, Clarence City Council have adopted the process for a Fire Upgrade Report & Notice to be issued to the property owner under section 240 of the Building Act 2016.
After a site inspection takes place, council will deem the site as a special fire hazard; and that a fire hazard exists.
For further information please contact Clarence City Council on 6217 9500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org