RANZ

Restaurant Association of New Zealand

Submissions

The Restaurant Association represents the hospitality industry's views and ensures that these opinions are conveyed through submissions to local and central government when policies are under review. View some of the Association's submissions below.

Submission on review of Cafe, Bar, Restaurant Manager inclusion on ISSL

October 2012

In October 2012 the Restaurant Association made a submission in respect of the review of the Cafe, Bar, Restaurant Manager position and its inclusion on the Immediate Skill Shortage list.



Submission on Auckland Council review of street trading fees

March 2010

The Association made a submission on the review of street trading fees in Auckland.



Submission supporting the chef position inclusion on the LTSSL

April 2010

The Association assisted to compile a submission on behalf of the hospitality industry advocating that the Chef occupation should remain on the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL).



Verbal submission to Gisborne Council on review of sale of liquor policy

May 2010

The Association made a verbal submission on behalf of the local hospitality businesses to Gisborne Council who were undertaking a review of their sale of liquor policy.



Submission on Alcohol Reform Bill

February 2011

The Restaurant Association made a written and oral submission to the select committee on the Alcohol Reform Bill at the beginning of 2011.



Submission on The Food Bill

September 2010

The Restaurant Association made a submission to the select committee on the Food Bill on behalf of our members who all have a food component to their business and therefore have a vested interest in a bill that significantly impacts the operating environment of their businesses.



Submission to Queenstown Lakes District Council opposing their proposed alfresco dining fee increase

March 2012

The Association made a submission to Queenstown Lakes District Council opposing the proposed changes to the License to Occupy Fee for Table and Chair permits throughout the Queenstown-Lakes District.