Business Permit Self AssessmentBusiness Permits Self Assessment Self Assessment IntroWhether you are a new or established business, you will likely need a permit to operate - you may even need more than one! This self-assessment form will give you a better understanding of the type of permits you may need and provides you with the opportunity to get our Business Engagement Coordinator to contact you to discuss your ideas and requirements in more detail.Planning* Open a new business Change the service your business provides Change the trading hours of the business Apply for or alter a liquor licence (for sale/consumption of alcohol) Add or change signage Provide parking or increase or reduce car parking Operate a domestic animal business None of the aboveBuilding* Make any internal or external or structural alterations to the premises Have a hospitality business which caters for more than 20 patrons None of the aboveEnvironmental health* Operate a food business Operate an accommodation business Operate a hairdressing business Operate a beauty therapy business Operate a tattooing or piercing business Add or alter a waste water system Sell food from a temporary or mobile premise None of the aboveFootpath Trading* Place tables and/or chairs on the footpath Have an A-frame sign on the footpath Display goods on the footpath None of the aboveWhat you will likely need to do! From your answers to the questions above, it is likely that you will need to the following council permits or registrations:Planning permit (You can click on this link to check out further information regarding planning permits.)Building permit (You can click on this link to check out further information regarding building permits.)Food registration (You can click on this link to check out further information regarding food registrations.)Health premises registration (You can click on this link to check out further information regarding health premises registrations.)Waste water permit (You can click on this link to check out further information regarding waste water permits.)Footpath trading permit (You can click on this link to check out further information regarding footpath trading permit.)Liquor license Please note: the Victorian Commission for Gaming and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) are responsible for issuing liquor licenses, however, sale of liquor will also require council planning and food permits. You can click on this link to visit the VCGLR website for further information regarding liquor licences.Would you like a copy of this information? Yes NoName* First name(s) Surname Email* Would you like to discuss this further? Yes NoThe Business Engagement Co-ordinator can be contacted via E: email@example.com, or phone 5321 6105.EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.