Media Response Glenny Kebabs and Caltex update
Questions and Responses
How does council regard the situation with Glenny Kebabs?
The current situation is a civil matter for Caltex and Glenny Kebabs.
Since I last sent questions through three months ago, has council had any further involvement with Glenny Kebabs or site owner Caltex regarding the business?
Following Council identifying that Glenny Kebabs was not operating within its permit conditions, we received an application on 1 March 2018 from Glenny Kebabs to alter the existing permission to increase patron seating to 40; extend the hours to 1am Sun-Thurs & 3am Fri & Sat; and erect a permanent structure. Additional information requested by Council was not provided and the application lapsed.
A further application was lodged on 18 June 2018. Again, Council sought further information and clarification of the proposal. The applicant sought more time to provide the information and in October the application was modified to reduce the size of the permanent structure and reduce the number of patrons to 20. In November 2018 Council refused a request for additional time to clarify the details of the application. All information must be supplied by 11 December 2018.
Issued: 5 December 2018
To: Monash Leader
Quoting: Mayor, Councillor Shane McCluskey