ILGA can review certain delegated decisions made by Liquor and Gaming NSW.
Applications for review are limited to the original applicant and to certain submitters.
If you made a submission and were required to be notified of the original application you can make an application for review. These must generally be made within 28 days of the decision being published.
Check the Liquor and Gaming Application Noticeboard for review period close dates specific to the individual application.
To make a review application:
Download a paper copy of the review application form: APP998 Review a delegated L&GNSW decision by ILGA form (PDF 703.1 KB).
An application for a merits review of certain contentious licensing decisions made by ILGA can be made to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT), for applications lodged with ILGA from 1 March 2016. ILGA licensing decisions that are reviewable by NCAT are:
For reviewable licensing decisions, check the Liquor and Gaming Application Noticeboard for review period close dates.
Decisions by the Secretary of the Department of Customer Service made under liquor legislation may be subject to review by the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority.
If affected parties are aggrieved by a Secretary decision, a review by ILGA can be requested. Submit an Application to review a decision made by the Secretary (AM0666) (PDF 715.3 KB) to apply for a review.
Details about reviews and outcomes are available on the Merits Review Decision page.
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