New regulations commenced on 1 March 2016 to support the introduction of reforms under the Gaming and Liquor Administration Act 2007 as part of the Government's liquor and gaming structural reforms.
Gaming and Liquor Administration Amendment (Reviewable Decisions) Regulation 2016 -prescribes those ILGA licensing decisions that are required to be published and are reviewable by the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. This captures decisions relating to applications lodged with ILGA from 1 March 2016 and applies to:
The regulation also prescribes a delegated decision made on behalf of ILGA relating to an application lodged from 1 February 2016 for a packaged liquor licence that is limited to the sale of liquor made through the internet, telephone and other remote means as a decision that can be reviewed by ILGA.
Liquor Amendment (Fees and Referral of Applications to Secretary) Regulation 2016-exempts licence applications made to ILGA that are determined under delegation by Liquor and Gaming NSW staff from being referred to the Secretary.
It also reduces the processing component of the application fee by 10 per cent for those liquor applications that can be lodged online, which includes licence transfers and most types of liquor licences.
Gaming Machines Amendment (Referral of Applications to Secretary) Regulation 2016 - exempts those gaming-related applications made to ILGA that are determined under delegation from being referred to the Secretary.
View all the Amendments on the Legislation NSW website.