Shopping Centre Council of Australia Limited - Revocation and Substitution - A91329 & A91330

Summary

The Shopping Centre Council of Australia Ltd has applied for revocation and substitution of authorisations A91049 and A91050 which relate to the authorisation of the Casual Mall Licensing Code of Practice. The code relates to casual mall licensing, which involves the granting of a right to occupy part of the common area of a shopping centre for a short period of time (normally less than one month) - usually for product launches and demonstrations, stock clearance sales and brand awareness campaigns. The Shopping Centre Council of Australia Ltd seeks reauthorisation of the Code for a further 5 years (ie until 31 December 2017).

The ACCC commenced public consultation on 29 August 2012.

On 6 February 2013 the ACCC issued a final determination granting authorisation to revoke authorisations A91049 and A91050 and grant authorisations A91329 and A91330 in substitution to Shopping Council of Australia Limited for the Casual Mall Licensing Code of Practice until 31 December 2017.

A copy of the ACCC's determination is available from the links below.

Applicant(s)

  • Shopping Centre Council of Australia Limited

Authorisation number(s)

  • A91329
  • A91330