The popular gaming arcade in the city is yet to open the doors at the new venue.
Back To The Arcade had plans to open at the old Jump Inn site during the school holidays last year with several new features like a bowling alley and laser tag.
However, the wait to open at the new location seems to be a bit longer than expected by owner Greg Appleton.
"We were hoping to open at the new venue before the school holidays at the end of 2020. However, at this stage, we are unsure about when we can start the operation there," he said.
There are several approvals that are required before the gaming arcade can start operating at the new venue and Goulburn Mulwaree Council is in the process of assessing it.
Meanwhile, Goulburn Mulwaree Council has posted a response to the situation.
"Goulburn Mulwaree Council is not against this proposed business, and has been working with the proponent to try and assist them through the development application process. The Mayor has even met on site with the proponent to assist," the council response on social media reads.
"We only received a noise report last week on the 4th December which was not adequate for the purposes of the business as it assumed maximum capacity of 50 people. We were advised by the proponent that his business operation model assumes capacity of up to 150 people therefore the noise report was not able to be accepted and assessed.
"Once the noise report is completed the proponent needs to obtain a construction certificate either through Council or a private certifier, while also needing to satisfy rules to become a food serving premises. It is essential that any building changes and changes for the serving of food meets all public health and safety requirements. Everyone other business in the region are required to and do meet these standards.
"Council wants to see all businesses thrive in our region, including this one. Planning rules around noise, building certification and food service premises are in place to ensure the safety of customers and to ensure neighbours are not adversely affected."
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