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TSB Festival of Lights brings in tourists, boosts economy 24 November 2017 A survey on the New Plymouth District Council-run TSB Festival of Lights has highlighted the significant contribution the summer spectacular is making to the region’s economy. For the first time in the festival’s history, an economic impact survey was carried out and revealed total spend added a value of more than $4.6 million to Taranaki. Conducted by Venture Taranaki, the survey over the 2016/17 season also shows close to 8,000 visitors made a trip to New Plymouth just to see the festival, stayed an average of three nights and spent about $257 per day on accommodation, food and drink and shopping. NPDC Chief Operating Officer Kelvin Wright says while the Pukekura Park festival is focused on providing a fantastic event for the Taranaki community, it is pleasing to see so many people from outside the region travelling here for New Zealand’s leading light festival. “We all know how lucky we are to have the TSB Festival of Lights on our doorstep, so it’s no surprise that word is spreading and people from outside Taranaki are coming to see what it’s all about,” said Mr Wright.  “We have so many fantastic things happening in our region, and with such a great summer calendar coming together for this season, we hope to see this visitor figure continue to grow as the festival continues.” Venture Taranaki Chief Executive Stuart Trundle says the economic analysis reveals the TSB Festival of Lights to be a significant contributor to the events landscape, with many visitors travelling to New Plymouth to enjoy the lights and entertainment over the summer months.  “The spend resulting from this visitation flows into many sectors of the community including restaurants and cafes, transport, retail and accommodation.  “Over and above these quantifiable outcomes is the contribution the TSB Festival of Lights makes to the vibrancy of the district. It helps to put New Plymouth on the map, makes coming to the district a memorable experience, especially for families, and adds to the desirability of the district as a place to live and visit.” The seven-week festival attracted more than 125,000 people across the 2016/17 season, with 68 per cent of visitors attending more than twice. The total spend by those visitors added a value of $4,686,417 to the region.  With the festival fast approaching, planning is well underway for another jam-packed season of entertaining performances, activities and events for the whole family. This year, in addition to the Summer Scene and On-Stage calendars, a Summer Seniors programme has also been introduced to cater for older folk in Taranaki. Events catering for those over 60 include Pilates, Zumba, marimba and ukulele lessons and music from the Devon Hotel Brass Band.  This season’s TSB Festival of Lights runs from 16 December 2017 until 5 February 2018 and more information is available at festivaloflights.nz. Welcoming Freedom Campers While Balancing Costs And Caring For Our Environment 23 November 2017 Public feedback on how to strike a balance between welcoming freedom campers, looking after our environment and being cost effective for our 80,000 residents will be debated at an NPDC public hearing on Monday next week (27 NOVEMBER). There are 110 submissions on the draft Freedom Camping Bylaw and NPDC Group Manager Strategy Liam Hodgetts says a big camping season is expected in the wake of Lonely Planet announcing Taranaki as one of two top regions in the world to visit in 2017. “Councils across the country are struggling to strike the right balance between managing our public places and being welcoming to visitors,” he says. “We’re working on a Freedom Camping Bylaw as our current legal framework has limited options regarding enforcement which we use as a last resort.” While the public hearing is this Monday, the elected members of the NPDC will deliberate and make a final decision at a later date. Request for temporary road closure WOMAD 2018 22 November 2017 WOMAD NZ Charitable Trust has requested the closure of the following roads while WOMAD takes place at the adjacent Bowl of Brooklands venue. The application is being considered under Schedule 10 of the Local Government Act 1974. Send written submissions about the closure to New Plymouth District Council by 4pm on Friday 8 December. Submissions must be made on the road closure form, which is available online at newplymouthnz.com/submissions or by contacting the Council on 06-759 6060 or enquiries@npdc.govt.nz. Dates and period of closure: from 6am on Friday 16 March to 11.30pm on Sunday 18 March 2018. Roads to be closed: Kaimata Street from Brooklands Road to Somerset Street. Somerset Street from Kaimata Street to Cornwall Street. On Coronation Avenue (SH 3) a temporary speed restriction will be in place for the duration of the above road closure. Emergency vehicles will have unrestricted access at all times. Top Town New Plymouth Application 20 November 2017 EVENT CINEMAS LIMITED of 123 Devon Street East NEW PLYMOUTH has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal On Licence for the premises situated at 123 Devon Street East NEW PLYMOUTH known as TOP TOWN NEW PLYMOUTH. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Theatres - BYO On Licence. Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday 9am to 12 Midnight You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 21 November 2017 Kids give Puke Ariki top marks for Home Work art 20 November 2017 Puki Ariki has finished its Home Work – and kids have given it an A-plus for art. More than 27,000 people attended the display of vibrant, contemporary art in the New Plymouth District Council-run library, museum and information centre’s temporary exhibition space which showcased the talents of 65 Taranaki artists.  The event was about getting New Plymouth District people involved in our thriving art scene and more than 1,100 people attended 13 events including workshops, demonstrations and talks to learn about everything from murals to life drawing to on-the-spot sketching. And Home Work: Taranaki Art 2017 proved to be a massive hit with kids. Children went along to workshops and took part in Puke Ariki’s Learning Outside the Classroom Education Programme to find out how they can create their own works of art. They showed their appreciation for the artists by writing postcards explaining why they loved it. Puke Ariki Manager Kelvin Day said he was delighted with the reaction from kids and pleased to see so many people supporting local artists. “Children who attended Home Work have written about being inspired by what they’ve seen – that’s exactly the reaction we’d hope for and shows how important art is in motivating kids to be creative,” Mr Day says. “Home Work has yet again been a fantastic showcase and revealed just some of the diverse creative practice happening throughout Taranaki.” The 65 artworks were selected by Puke Ariki curators Chanelle Carrick and Aimee Burbery and leading contemporary Māori artist Darcy Nicholas. The exhibition also saw the launch of a published version of the hand-printed book by Michaela Stoneman called The Menagerie that was part of the exhibition.  Budding artists who missed out this time can create something special for the next Home Work which is pencilled in for around mid-2020. Urenui Bay Hotel Application On Licence 19 November 2017 GUANGZHOU HOLDINGS LIMITED of 14 Whakapaki Street URENUI has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal On Licence for the premises situated at 14 Whakapaki Street URENUI 4375 known as Urenui Bay Hotel. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Hotel - Class 2 On Licence. Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday 8am to 2am the following day You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 20 November 2017 Urenui Bay Hotel Off Licence 19 November 2017 URENUI BAY HOTEL Application Off Licence  Sale and Supply of Alcohol 2012 GUANGZHOU HOLDINGS LIMITED of 14 Whakapaki Street URENUI has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal Off Licence for the premises situated at 14 Whakapaki Street URENUI 4375 known as URENUI BAY HOTEL. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Hotel accommodation Hotel - Off Licence Hotel. Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday 7am to 9.30pm You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 20 November 2017 'Sharrows' point to safer roundabout cycling 16 November 2017 A new type of road marking designed to improve the safety of cyclists is coming to a New Plymouth roundabout. Sharrows, or ‘share arrows’, will be painted next week at the recently-upgraded roundabout at the Mill/Frankley/Standish/Dawson/Downe intersection. The on-road markings have been used internationally since 1993 to indicate the likely presence of cyclists and motorists in the same lane. “They’ve also been used in Wellington and Auckland for the last three years and they’re useful when there isn’t enough space on the road to build dedicated cycle lanes,” says NPDC Infrastructure Manager David Langford. “The markings will encourage cyclists to merge with other traffic in the centre of the lane when approaching and going around the roundabout, and they’ll alert motorists that cyclists will be travelling with them in that space. “Cyclists already have to use the road lane when going around a roundabout and these sharrows will encourage road users to be more considerate of each other.” Those riders not comfortable merging with traffic can use the footpath to walk around the roundabout. Australian research shows that sharrow markings increase distances between cyclists and drivers and also increase cyclists’ safety. NPDC will monitor the effectiveness of the sharrows before considering their use at other sites. NPDC manages assets worth $2.5 billion, has an operating budget of $130 million and employs 506 full time staff. We reliably provide all the core services you’d expect – roads, water and waste – as well as dynamic Parks, Libraries, an art gallery, commercial forestry, a Zoo, Venues such as Yarrow Stadium/TSB Showplace and events such as the iconic Festival of Lights at Pukekura Park. Temporary road closure New Plymouth Christmas Parade 16 November 2017 In accordance with the tenth schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, the following roads will be closed to ordinary vehicular traffic to enable the New Plymouth Lions to hold the New Plymouth Christmas Parade. Date and period of closure: from 5pm to 7.30pm on Saturday 25 November 2017. Roads to be closed: Devon Street West and Devon Street East from Dawson to Eliot streets. Dawson Street from Powderham (sh 45) to King streets Queen Street from Devon Street West to King Street. Robe Street from Devon Street West to Powderham Street. Egmont Street from Devon Street West to King Street. Brougham Street from Powderham to King streets. Currie Street from Courtenay to Ariki streets. Liardet Street from Courtenay to Gill streets Gover Street from Courtenay to Gill streets James Lane. Boon Lane. Currie Lane. Affected adjoining roads: Devon Street West between Weymouth and Dawson streets, Eliot Street, Moller, State and Boon lanes. Emergency vehicles will have unrestricted access at all times. In all other situations necessitating the use of the road, contact must be made with the Traffic Management coordinators on-site, on the day. The road may be reopened at an earlier time as decided by the organisers upon removal of all road closure signs and barriers at the venue. The roads will then be open to normal vehicle traffic and normal traffic regulations will apply. NPDC changes gambling policy in a bid to help cut social harm 15 November 2017 New Plymouth District Council has made changes to its Class 4 Gambling Venues Policy to reduce the potential of gambling harm. NPDC will introduce a sinking lid policy for gaming machines in Waitara and a cap of 320 for the rest of the district (excluding Waitara). As a result, if venues in Waitara surrender their gaming machine licences the number of machines permitted within the Waitara area will be reduced. While there is no obligation for venues to surrender machines, the sinking lid sets a potential future reduction in the number of gaming machines in the town from 49 to 25. Currently, the national density of operating machines is 32.7 gaming machines per 10,000 people. Waitara’s density is 70.7 and in the rest of New Plymouth District it is 39.7; if the target of 25 gaming machines in Waitara is eventually reached, the density would be a 36.1 in Waitara. Group Manager Strategy Liam Hodgetts says to help NPDC prepare its draft policies for gambling and TAB venues, a report was prepared on the social impact of gaming machines in Taranaki. “That report showed that Waitara is a high risk community for problem gambling, in part due to the high number of gaming machines in the community,” says Mr Hodgetts. “By reducing the number of machines, as gaming machine licences are surrendered through the sinking lid policy, we help reduce the risk for Waitara residents.” As part of the policy, the rules around inactive (or sleeping) machines (when a venue has fewer machines operating than it is licensed for) has been clarified. Also, changes to both the gambling venues and TAB venues policies ensure that the locational areas of these outlets match those of alcohol venues, so that these venues will not be located near sensitive sites such as schools and churches. NPDC manages assets worth $2.5 billion, has an operating budget of $130 million and employs 506 full time staff. We reliably provide all the core services you’d expect – water, waste and roads – as well as dynamic Parks, Libraries, an art gallery, commercial forestry, a Zoo, Venues such as Yarrow Stadium/TSB Showplace and events such as the iconic Festival of Lights at Pukekura Park. Radio Malabar Cafe and Restaurant Application 15 November 2017 INDO NZ LIMITED of 633 Devon Road WAIWHAKAIHO, NEW PLYMOUTH has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal On Licence for the premises situated at 633 Devon Road WAIWHAKAIHO, NEW PLYMOUTH 4312 known as RADIO MALABAR CAFE & RESTAURANT. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Restaurant - Class 3 On Licence. Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday 8am to 11.30pm You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 16 November 2017 Request for temporary road closures Lets Go events 15 November 2017 New Plymouth District Council has requested the closure of the following roads to conduct Let’s Go Ride Summer Time Rolls events. The application is being considered under Schedule 10 of the Local Government Act 1974. Send written submissions about the closure to New Plymouth District Council by 4pm on Friday 1 December 2017. Submissions must be made on the road closure form, which is available online at newplymouthnz.com/submissions or by contacting the Council on 06-759 6060 or enquiries@npdc.govt.nz. The Friday Dash Date and period of closure: from 5pm to 8pm on Friday 16 February 2018. Roads to be closed: Ariki Street from Currie to Egmont streets. Egmont Street from Ariki to Devon Street West. King Street from Queen to Brougham streets. Brougham Street from Ariki Street to Devon Street West. James Lane from Ariki Street to Huatoki Lane. Map of road closure area during The Friday Dash Velo Deus 20 Date and period of closure: from 5.30pm to 8pm on Friday 2 March 2018. Roads to be closed: King Street from Queen Street to Brougham Street. Egmont Street from Ariki Street to Devon Street West. Brougham Street from Ariki Street to Devon Street West. Map of road closure area during Velo Deus 20 Escapefest Date and period of closure: from 6pm on Friday 9 March to 8pm on Saturday 10 March 2018. Note: if the above road closure does not take place due to weather, the following alternative date is requested: from 6pm on Saturday 10 March to 8pm on Sunday 11 March 2018. Road to be closed: Gill Street for 120m east from the intersection with Liardet Street, to number 60 Gill Street. Map of road closure area during Escapefest During all of the above road closures and events, emergency vehicles will have unrestricted access at all times. Temporary road closures on Mataro Road and Wortley Road for Taranaki Car Club events 14 November 2017 In accordance with the tenth schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, the following roads will be closed to ordinary vehicular traffic to enable Taranaki Car Club to conduct motorsport events. Wortley Road Car Sprint Road to be closed: Wortley Road from the intersection with Richmond Road to rapid number 118 Wortley Road. Date and period of closure: from 7am to 5pm on Saturday 25 November 2017. Map of road closure area during Taranaki Car Club Wortley Road car sprint event. Mataro Road Car Sprint Road to be closed: Mataro Road south from the intersection with Hickman Road. Date and period of closure: from 7am to 5pm on Sunday 26 November 2017 Map of road closure area during Taranaki Car Club Mataro Road car sprint event. Emergency vehicles will have unrestricted access at all times. In all other situations necessitating the use of the road, contact must be made with the Traffic Management coordinators on-site, on the day. The road may be reopened at an earlier time as decided by the organisers upon removal of all road closure signs and barriers at the venue. The roads will then be open to normal vehicle traffic and normal traffic regulations will apply. Flame Restaurant and Bar Application 14 November 2017 TANEESHA ENTERPRISES LIMITED of 147 Devon Street East NEW PLYMOUTH has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal On Licence for the premises situated at 147 Devon Street East NEW PLYMOUTH 4310 known as FLAME RESTAURANT & BAR. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Restaurant - Class 3 On Licence. Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday 11am to 10pm You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 15 November 2017 The Treehouse Sports Bar and Cafe On and Off Application 13 November 2017 SWT TARANAKI LIMITED of 463 Devon Street West NEW PLYMOUTH has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal On/Off Licence for the premises situated at 463 Devon Street West NEW PLYMOUTH 4310 known as THE TREEHOUSE SPORTS BAR & CAFE. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Tavern - Class 1 On/Off Licence. Days and Hours: On Licence Sunday to Wednesday 8am to 1am the following day Thursday to Saturday 8am to 3am the following day Off Licence Monday to Sunday 8am to 9.30pm You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 14 November 2017 The Treehouse Off Licence Application The Treehouse On Licence Application LLC pumps $7.4m into district economy and generates 103 jobs, says BERL report 10 November 2017 The Len Lye Centre has been a huge boost for the New Plymouth District economy, a new report says.  The centre brought in more than 17,000 visitors to the area from outside Taranaki just to visit the iconic gallery in 2016 and this boosted GDP and generated jobs, the report from analysis firm BERL reveals.  New Plymouth District Council commissioned the report to look at the economic impact the centre was having on the district. BERL says that 34,400 people made 118,900 visits to the gallery last year. Visitors to the district spent $7.4 million on accommodation, meals, transport, shopping and entertainment and this helped to generate $5.6m in GDP. BERL says this expenditure was enough to generate 103 full-time equivalent jobs. New Plymouth District Mayor Neil Holdom says while controversial it was clear the Len Lye Centre was generating positive profile for Taranaki, creating employment and delivering economic benefits. “It’s positive to note the BERL report’s finding that the LLC is generating $7.4 million in visitor spend with Taranaki businesses, directly and indirectly creating around 100 jobs in New Plymouth in the process,” says Mr Holdom. “Like it or loathe it, the LLC is a magnificent looking piece of architecture and reflects our vision of Building a Lifestyle Capital. Locally, it’s the cultural hub of our district for all ages, providing education programmes for young and old, a wide range of films as well as being a popular venue for corporate hosting.”  The centre was a hit with Taranaki people with 82 per cent of respondents from New Plymouth rating it as very good or good and 85 per cent of those from outside the district rating the art gallery as very good, the report says. “It is the jewel in the crown of New Plymouth,” said one respondent.  The research found half of the visitors came from Taranaki (45 per cent were New Plymouth locals and 5 per cent from the Taranaki region), 40 per cent were New Zealand visitors to the region and 10 per cent were international travellers.  Some 17,100 visitors travelled to the Taranaki region to see the centre. In comparison, 12,400 visitors came to the province to attend WOMAD 2017 while 4,300 visitors who went to the 2016 Taranaki Garden Festival were from outside the region. The purpose of BERL’s research was to estimate the economic impact the Len Lye Centre had on the New Plymouth District economy, with an emphasis on the impact of visitors from outside the area. It focused on the 2016 year as this provided a full year of data. BERL’s key findings were: • There were 118,900 visits to the Len Lye Centre in 2016. • These visits were made by 34,400 visitors. • An estimated 18,900 visitors were from outside of the New Plymouth District. • There were 3,200 international visitors to the centre.  • $7.4 million of visitor expenditure was introduced into the New Plymouth District. • An estimated $5.6 million in GDP and 103 FTEs were added to the New Plymouth District economy. • The average spending by each visitor from outside the district was just over $390.  The Len Lye Centre opened in New Plymouth in July 2015. Situated alongside the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, and designed by New Zealand architect Andrew Patterson, the building is considered a contemporary interpretation of the essence of Lye. In addition, the Len Lye Centre has a number of display galleries, an education centre and a 62-seat cinema. The centre was developed through the long association between the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth District Council and the Len Lye Foundation. Len Lye Centre: Fast facts: • ‘Provocateurs since 1970’ when the Govett-Brewster was founded on a visionary and collection policy by Monica Brewster. • Focus has been on contemporary art and links with Len Lye dating back to the 1970s and display of his kinetic art. • Len Lye Centre is the only gallery in New Zealand dedicated to one artist. • It houses the collection and archive of Lye, which he decided to leave to the people of New Zealand before his death in 1980. • It’s open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm. Trial of Safety Technology at New Plymouth Railway Pedestrian Crossings 09 November 2017 New safety technology is going to be trialled at three railway pedestrian crossings along the Coastal Walkway. “The sites will have a mix of audio warnings, LED footpath warnings or both audio and LEDs, and the users will be surveyed for their opinions on the technology’s usefulness,” says NPDC Infrastructure Manager David Langford. “To install the technology and enlarge the entry mazes to meet current standards, each crossing will be closed for a fortnight during construction. We apologise for the inconvenience and encourage the public to use the nearest alternative crossing during that time.” The sites are: Tasman Towers crossing: closed for a fortnight from Monday 13 November (audio warning and footpath decal messages). Wind Wand crossing: from Monday 27 November (audio warning and LED illuminated pathway). Cutfield Road crossing: in mid-January (LED illuminated pathway and footpath decal messages). KiwiRail will use the results of the trial for its planning of safe railway pedestrian crossings throughout New Zealand. The project is funded jointly by KiwiRail, NZTA and NPDC. KiwiRail urges crossing users to look in both directions before crossing as trains are fast, can be quiet and can come from either direction and at any time Please Take Care at Vogeltown Intersection 06 November 2017 Powerco’s project to lay a power cable from upper Vogeltown to Moturoa has reached the intersection of Carrington, Hori and Huatoki streets. Please take care when using this intersection during the works period. The intersection will remain open to traffic, and drivers should follow the direction of traffic management signs. Footpaths will remain open throughout the works period. While the pedestrian crossing on Carrington Street will be closed for a short time in the next few weeks, Powerco will have an alternative crossing system set up during that time. The $11 million project involves 9.2km of trenching, the laying of ducting and the installation of cables that will connect substations at Moturoa and upper Carrington Street. The work was necessary as national grid operator Transpower will decommission Powerco's supply point at Port Taranaki by early 2020. Yarrow Stadium TSB Showplace Shortlisted For Awards 06 November 2017 Two New Plymouth District Council-run venues – Yarrow Stadium and the TSB Showplace – have been shortlisted for prestigious industry awards.  Yarrow Stadium is a finalist for Ticketmaster Large Venue of the Year (more than 5000 seats) in the EVANZ (Entertainment Venues Association of New Zealand) Awards and is up against Claudelands Hamilton and Eden Park in Auckland.  Yarrow Stadium last year won the title, beating Eden Park and Christchurch’s Hagley Oval, and has since received international recognition after it hosted the All Blacks vs Argentina match in September. TSB Showplace, also run by NPDC’s New Plymouth Event Venues, is a finalist for Eventfinda Small Venue of the Year (under 1000 seats) competing against Auckland’s Q Theatre and Shed 6 in Wellington. The region’s main theatre and conference facility, the TSB Showplace has had more than 50,000 visitors over the past 12 months for the New Plymouth Operatic Society’s season, the Taranaki Arts Festival, events, dinners, weddings and conferences. NPDC Chief Operation Officer Kelvin Wright said: “To have not one but two venues shortlisted for an award is quite an achievement and is something the New Plymouth Event Venues team can be rightly proud of.” EVANZ is the peak body representing the venue industry in New Zealand with a membership of 120 venues nationally. This includes 58 theatres, 39 event centres, 12 outdoor stadia and 11 convention centres.  Both venues are also in the running for the Ticket Direct Supreme Venue of the Year award, which will be the highest scoring nomination across the three venue awards – large, medium and small – announced on the night. All winners will be announced at the awards dinner at the St James Theatre in Wellington on Monday 20 November. Lone Star New Plymouth Application 05 November 2017 WESTCLOUD GROUP LIMITED of 206 E Heta Road, NEW PLYMOUTH has made an application to the New Plymouth District Licensing Committee for the grant of a Renewal On Licence for the premises situated at 54 Gill Street NEW PLYMOUTH 4310 known as LONE STAR NEW PLYMOUTH. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the licence is a Restaurant - Class 2 On Licence. Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday 8am to 2am the following day You may also inspect the application at the New Plymouth District Council, Liardet Street, New Plymouth. If you would like to object to the application, in accordance with the Act, please write to us within 15 working days of this notice District Licensing Committee at Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342. This publication was made on 06 November 2017
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