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Town/suburb where licensed premises locatedLiverpool
LGALiverpool City Council
LGA Band2
LIA Class1
Gaming machine threshold when application lodged401
Increase applied for20

Appli​ca​tion (PDF, 144KB)

Submission close28/04/2016
Determination date05/08/2016
GMT increase approved​​20

​​The Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (Authority) approved the application under section 34 of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 (Act) for a gaming machine threshold increase of 20 (from 401 to 421) for Liverpool Catholic Club, 424-458 Hoxton Park Road PRESTONS LIQC300231755.

The Authority has approved under section 36 of the Act the associated Local Impact Assessment (LIA), subject to the following condition:

 1. All gaming machine entitlements transferred to the Club as a result of the approval of this gaming machine threshold increase application must be transferred from clubs located in Band 2 or Band 3 metropolitan Local Government Areas (LGAs).

 2. By 30 October 2016 the Club must provide evidence to the ILGA Board that it has made a payment of $265,000 as LIA contributions, to the following organisations:

  • $120,000 to the Sisters of Charity Outreach – funding will support a South West Visit Program which provides companionship and support to the frail, aged and disabled amongst others through home visits and outings. It will also support a Greater Access to Healthcare program which will look to establishing suitable services within Liverpool LGA and surrounding areas to have greater access to Health Care.
  • $55,000 to Autism Advisory Support Services – the funding will be allocated to an outreach therapy program, horse-assisted therapy and an adult social skills group.
  • $30,000 to Karitane – the funding will help support a research project examining the efficacy of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for young children with early disruptive behaviour problems.
  • $15,000 to Youth Off The Streets – the funding will be used to help disadvantaged young people who may be homeless, drug dependant and/or recovering abuse.
  • $15,000 to the Salvation Army – the funding will be used to provide Salvation Army services within Liverpool LGA. The organisation provides extensive employment, counselling, community and youth services.
  • $​30,000 to Community 2168 Project – the funding will aid in community renewal in the Liverpool LGA, and will focus on community building, urban renewal, employment skills and development, education, community safety and health and wellbeing.

3. The LIA Contributions must be additional to any contributions provided by the Club under the ClubGRANTS community support.

4. The Club must maintain the level of ClubGRANTS community support provided in the tax year ending 31 August 2015, proportional to gaming machine profits of the Club, in each club tax year during which the LIA Contributions are made.​​​