Thank you members who attended today’s meeting, and to Anne Rogers for her overview of Lifeline Macarthur’s Keep Safe message and coasters campaign. A reminder also to all members to read through the revised Liquor Promotion Guidelines released by Liquor & Gaming NSW last month to ensure promotions are compliant. The guidelines can be found here. We […]
Liquor licence fees were due for payment on 29th May and are currently overdue for any venues yet to pay. Failure to pay by 26th June 2015 will result in automatic licence suspension and a $100 fine. It is illegal to sell or supply liquor under a suspended licence. More information is available on the […]
The Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing has announced that following a successful trial in Sydney and Newcastle, a new Environment and Venue Assessment Tool will be introduced state-wide to assist in assessing new liquor licence applications. The full press release can be found at the OLGR website.
Increased restrictions for licensed venues in the Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct announced by OLGR in May this year came into effect yesterday. Measures include a range of additional restrictions on the operation of licensed venues as well as stronger policing and enforcement. Transport initiatives have also commenced including a rollout of pre-paid taxis and taxi marshals […]
The NSW Government last week announced the Sydney Plan of Management, detailing new measures to be implemented in the Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct. Troy Grant, Minister for Hospitality, Gaming and Racing, said “the Plan of Management was designed by NSW Government agencies in collaboration with the City of Sydney and aims to reduce alcohol harm in and around […]