The Grand Hotel in Biggenden is indeed a grand old lady. Built in 1943 after the original burnt down, first time hoteliers Vance & Kerry Shaw took the reins in 2017.Since then they have set about breathing new life into the old girl making her a popular and thriving family pub.
However, before they could do any of that, they needed to attend to liquor licensing requirements that included transferring the licence from the prior owners and preparing a Risk Assessment Management Plan (RAMP) among other things.
As Vance and Kerrie were busy setting up their new business, they decided to engage Project Urban’s Liquor Licensing team to manage the licensing process on their behalf.
When we asked them why they chose our service rather than doing it themselves, Vance and Kerry said it was due to the complex nature of liquor licensing.
“With so much to organise prior to taking over the hotel, we felt it was easier to engage a professional company,” Kerry said. And according to Kerry, it couldn’t have been easier as a quick Google search found Project Urban’s liquor licensing service and online quotation form which Kerry described as “no hassle” with an important “ease of application” benefit.
To find out more about no hassle liquor licensing visit our Liquor Licensing Australia website.