ILGA can review certain decisions made by the Secretary, Department of Customer Service under the gaming and liquor legislation. Decisions made by the Secretary that can be reviewed by ILGA include:
Certain ILGA decisions made under delegation by Department of Customer Service staff can be subject to a merits review by ILGA. Delegated decisions reviewable by ILGA are an application lodged from 1 February 2016 for the grant or removal of a small bar licence, a producer/wholesaler licence that includes an application for a drink on premises authorisation, a packaged liquor licence requiring a Category A Community Impact Statement (limited to the sale of liquor by telephone, online and other remote means), and an on premises licence relating to a:
The Regulation also enables delegated decisions in relation to an application lodged from 1 February 2016 for extended trading for the above licences to permit the sale of liquor after midnight to be reviewed by ILGA.
A $100 fee applies to any other person who has standing to seek a review of a prescribed delegated decision. Under the Gaming and Liquor Administration Act 2007, standing is limited to those persons required to be notified of the application and who made a submission in relation to the application.
Review of delegated ILGA decisions made by L&GNSW (PDF 703.1 KB)
Review of decision by Delegate of the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority – Burnham Grove Estate – 22 October 2019 (PDF 130.3 KB)
Review of decision by Delegate of the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority – Big Poppy’s – 19 January 2018 (PDF 260.3 KB)
Review of Decision by Delegate of Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority On-Premises (Restaurant) Licence – Gallagher’s Bar and Grill, Double Bay - 31 July 2017 (PDF 408.3 KB)
Stay Application on Reviewable Decision - Metropolitan Hotel, Maitland - 9 September 2016 (PDF, 199KB) (PDF 198.7 KB)