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As Vixen Collective (Victoria's peer only sex worker organisation) also notes "Within the licensing system in Victoria, Victorian police fulfill an enforcement role, which creates significant barriers for sex workers accessing police assistance." The Victorian legislation is governed by the: Sex Work Act 1994 (formerly known as the "Prostitution Control Act 1994"), Sex Work Regulations 2016 (which saw the Sex Work Regulations 2006 revoked), and the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008.A brothel is defined as any premises made available for the purpose of sex work services at those premises.The Public Health and Wellbeing Act (2008) states that sex workers must be provided with a free supply of condoms and lubricants at no charge in a brothel. The proprietor of a brothel must provide clean linen and showers and baths with a continuous and adequate supply of hot and cold water for the use of you and your clients (Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008).Unless your own client has just used it, you are not required to clean or disinfect a bath or shower in a brothel.You can have one other sex worker working with you as an exempt provider but their details must also be registered with the BLA. The BLA will also want your planning permit number, the name and address of the owner of the building and the letter of approval from the owner. Sex workers fairly commonly report receiving their SWA about a week after completing registration (this is no guarantee and only based on anecdotal experience).
(often requires legal support for this process) If you get a planning permit you register your name, date of birth, address, business name and address with the BLA as an exempt prostitution service provider.To find a place you often have to disclose the nature of the proposed business to real estate agents.You must tell the owner that you will be setting up a small owner operated brothel and you will need their written approval to use the building as a brothel.Currently brothels are limited to 6 rooms (Sex Work Act 1994).Some older brothels, established before June 1995, are larger.