Are you thinking about opening or expanding a café, small bar or restaurant in the Blue Mountains?

We partnered with Service NSW and the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner to launch the Easy to do Business service in the Blue Mountains, on 28 February 2019.

Through one online portal you can receive step-by-step guidance and support across local, state and federal government requirements, to open and grow your business.

Easy to do Business is free of charge and gives you peace of mind by letting you know upfront the time and effort involved. 

Supporting and growing our local business economy is a priority for Blue Mountains City Council.

For more information, download the flyer below, visit our Customer Service team, or go to the:

Service NSW website

 

The Easy to do Business program is unique in that a customer can transact with three levels of government from 1 digital portal:

At a Local government level: At a State government level: At a Federal government level:
Development Application On Premises Liquor Licenceapplication (for Cafés and Restaurants) Australian Business Number (ABN)
Political Donations and Gifts Disclosure Small Bar Liquor Licence application Business Name
EHC (Electronic Housing Code) Owner’s Consent  Extended Trading Authority Apply for a Small Business Grant
Complying DA and Contract for Certification Primary Service Authority Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Construction Certificate Application Community Impact Statement (A and B) Australian Company
Notice of Commencement Notice of Intention Pay As You Go (PAYG) withholding
Hoarding Application Notice of Development Application – Liquor Licence Application (DA) Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)
Application for Temporary Road and/or Footpath Occupancy Food SafetySupervisor Certificate request form Luxury Car Tax (LCT)
Occupation Certificate Application Tobacco Retailer Notification Fuel Tax Credits (FTC)
Application for Outdoor Dining Business Connect Wine Equalisation Tax (WET)
Regulated Health Premises Registration Application