Regulation 19 Report

Regulation 19 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Fees) Regulations 2013 (the Fees and Regulations) requires Territorial Authorities (TAs) to report annually on costs and revenues of alcohol licensing functions. 

Below are the Regulations 19 reports: 

Alcohol Licensing Fees and Costs Report 2021/2022

Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Fees) Regulations 2013

Regulation 19 – Reporting by territorial authorities

  • Every territorial authority must each year, prepare and make publically available a report showing its income from fees payable in relation to, and its costs incurred in,-
    1. The performance of the functions of its licensing committee under the Act; and
    2. The performance of the functions of its inspectors under the Act; and
    3. Undertaking enforcement activities under the Act.
  • The first report required by the regulation must relate to the year commencing 1 July 2021

Income

$

Costs

$

Application and Annual Fees

133,717.54

District Licensing Committee Function - 19(1)(a)

199,483.65

Less ARLA* fees

-10,212.00

Inspectors Function  - 19(1)(b)

  22,164.85

 

 

Enforcement Function – 19(1)(c)

 

TOTAL

$123,505.54

 

$221,648.50

*Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority

 

Explanatory Notes:

All figures in this report are inclusive of GST and relate to the financial year 2021/22; that is, 1 July 2021 through 30 June 2022. They are consistent with the figures from the Annual Report 2021/22

Council staff for the 2021/22 year maintained timesheets for duties undertaken directly in relation the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. The above costs reflect the charge out rates set in the Councils schedule of Fees and Charges. No costs in relation to the management of the activity or maintenance of Council systems are included.

 

Alcohol Licensing Fees and Costs Report 2020/21

Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Fees) Regulations 2013

Regulation 19 – Reporting by territorial authorities

  • Every territorial authority must each year, prepare and make publically available a report showing its income from fees payable in relation to, and its costs incurred in,-
    • The performance of the functions of its licensing committee under the Act; and
    • The performance of the functions of its inspectors under the Act; and
    • Undertaking enforcement activities under the Act.
  • The first report required by the regulation must relate to the year commencing 1 July 2020.

Income

$

Costs

$

Application and Annual Fees

147,268.89

District Licensing Committee Function - 19(1)(a)

156,117.96

Less ARLA* fees

10,695.00

Inspectors Function  - 19(1)(b)

17,346.44

 

 

Enforcement Function – 19(1)(c)

0.00

TOTAL

$136,573.89

 

$173,464.40

*Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority


Explanatory Notes:

The above costs are calculated in accordance with the guidance for Territorial Authorities for Calculating the costs and revenues of the alcohol licensing system. All figures in this report are inclusive of GST and relate to the financial year 2020/21; that is, 1 July 2020 through 30 June 2021. They are consistent with the figures from the Annual Report 2020/2021.

Regulation 19(1)(a)

The direct costs of people and entities (including the DLC, Secretariat staff and inspectors) involved with the receipt, collection, assessment, analysis and decision making on alcohol licence and managers applications.

Regulation 19(1)(b)

The direct costs of people employed or otherwise engaged by the TA to undertake tasks relating to the inspection, assessment of compliance and monitoring of holders of alcohol licences and manager certificates. The time spent on inspection, assessment and support of compliance and monitoring of licences need to be appropriately costed and recorded.

Regulation 19(1)(c)

The direct costs of TA staff to undertake enforcement activity. These include the costs associated with enforcement activities that may incur a penalty such as applications to ARLA or issuing of an infringement notice.

 

Alcohol Licensing Fees and Costs Report 2019/20

Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Fees) Regulations 2013

Regulation 19 – Reporting by territorial authorities

  • Every territorial authority must each year, prepare and make publically available a report showing its income from fees payable in relation to, and its costs incurred in,-
    • The performance of the functions of its licensing committee under the Act; and
    • The performance of the functions of its inspectors under the Act; and
    • Undertaking enforcement activities under the Act.
  • The first report required by the regulation must relate to the year commencing 1 July 2019.

Income

$

Costs

$

Application and Annual Fees

127,782.75

District Licensing Committee Function - 19(1)(a)

146,873.61

Less ARLA* fees

7647.50

Inspectors Function  - 19(1)(b)

16,319.29

 

 

Enforcement Function – 19(1)(c)

0.00

TOTAL

$120,135.25

 

$163,192.90

*Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority

Explanatory Notes:

The above costs are calculated in accordance with the guidance for Territorial Authorities for Calculating the costs and revenues of the alcohol licensing system. All figures in this report are inclusive of GST and relate to the financial year 2019/20; that is, 1 July 2019 through 30 June 2020. They are consistent with the figures from the Annual Report 2019/2020.

Regulation 19(1)(a)

The direct costs of people and entities (including the DLC, Secretariat staff and inspectors) involved with the receipt, collection, assessment, analysis and decision making on alcohol licence and managers applications.

Regulation 19(1)(b)

The direct costs of people employed or otherwise engaged by the TA to undertake tasks relating to the inspection, assessment of compliance and monitoring of holders of alcohol licences and manager certificates. The time spent on inspection, assessment and support of compliance and monitoring of licences need to be appropriately costed and recorded.

Regulation 19(1)(c)

The direct costs of TA staff to undertake enforcement activity. These include the costs associated with enforcement activities that may incur a penalty such as applications to ARLA or issuing of an infringement notice.

 

Alcohol Licensing Fees and Costs Report 2018/19

Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Fees) Regulations 2013

Regulation 19 – Reporting by territorial authorities

  • Every territorial authority must each year, prepare and make publically available a report showing its income from fees payable in relation to, and its costs incurred in,-
    1. The performance of the functions of its licensing committee under the Act; and
    2. The performance of the functions of its inspectors under the Act; and
    3. Undertaking enforcement activities under the Act.
  • The first report required by the regulation must relate to the year commencing 1 July 2018.

Income

$

Costs

$

Application and Annual Fees

127,414.65

District Licensing Committee Function - 19(1)(a)

155,242.26

Less ARLA* fees

-8993.00

Inspectors Function  - 19(1)(b)

16,298.14

 

 

Enforcement Function – 19(1)(c)

0.00

TOTAL

$118,421.65

 

$171,540.40

*Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority

 

Explanatory Notes:

The above costs are calculated in accordance with the guidance for Territorial Authorities for Calculating the costs and revenues of the alcohol licensing system. All figures in this report are inclusive of GST and relate to the financial year 2018/19; that is, 1 July 2018 through 30 June 2019. They are consistent with the figures from the Annual Report 2018/19.

Regulation 19(1)(a)

The direct costs of people and entities (including the DLC, Secretariat staff and inspectors) involved with the receipt, collection, assessment, analysis and decision making on alcohol licence and managers applications.

Regulation 19(1)(b)

The direct costs of people employed or otherwise engaged by the TA to undertake tasks relating to the inspection, assessment of compliance and monitoring of holders of alcohol licences and manager certificates. The time spent on inspection, assessment and support of compliance and monitoring of licences need to be appropriately costed and recorded.

Regulation 19(1)(c)

The direct costs of TA staff to undertake enforcement activity. These include the costs associated with enforcement activities that may incur a penalty such as applications to ARLA or issuing of an infringement notice.

 

Alcohol Licensing Fees and Costs Report 2017/18

Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Fees) Regulations 2013

Regulation 19 – Reporting by territorial authorities

  • Every territorial authority must each year, prepare and make publically available a report showing its income from fees payable in relation to, and its costs incurred in,-
    1. The performance of the functions of its licensing committee under the Act; and
    2. The performance of the functions of its inspectors under the Act; and
    3. Undertaking enforcement activities under the Act.
  • The first report required by the regulation must relate to the year commencing 1 July 2017.

Income

$

Costs

$

Application and Annual Fees

126,465.07

District Licensing Committee Function - 19(1)(a)

147,475.88

Less ARLA* fees

-9067.75

Inspectors Function  - 19(1)(b)

16,270.54

 

 

Enforcement Function – 19(1)(c)

0.00

TOTAL

$117,397.32

 

$163,746.42

*Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority

 

Explanatory Notes:

The above costs are calculated in accordance with the guidance for Territorial Authorities for Calculating the costs and revenues of the alcohol licensing system. All figures in this report are inclusive of GST and relate to the financial year 2017/18; that is, 1 July 2017 through 30 June 2018. They are consistent with the figures from the Annual Report 2017/18.

Regulation 19(1)(a)

The direct costs of people and entities (including the DLC, Secretariat staff and inspectors) involved with the receipt, collection, assessment, analysis and decision making on alcohol licence and managers applications.

Regulation 19(1)(b)

The direct costs of people employed or otherwise engaged by the TA to undertake tasks relating to the inspection, assessment of compliance and monitoring of holders of alcohol licences and manager certificates. The time spent on inspection, assessment and support of compliance and monitoring of licences need to be appropriately costed and recorded.

Regulation 19(1)(c)

The direct costs of TA staff to undertake enforcement activity. These include the costs associated with enforcement activities that may incur a penalty such as applications to ARLA or issuing of an infringement notice.