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26 November 2020

ILGA guidelines published and updated

Issued by the Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority

ILGA has published the following new guidelines:

  • Guideline 15 provides information about the ILGA’s processes for making and determining complaints under section 129 of the Gaming Machines Act 2001.
  • Guideline 16 sets out ILGA’s position regarding applications involving late-night gaming and puts applicants on notice of additional factors that the Authority may take into consideration when determining whether to grant applications involving late-night gaming.

ILGA has updated the following existing guidelines:

  • Guideline 5 has been has been updated to streamline the process for making and determining disciplinary complaints under section 139 of the Liquor Act 2007.
  • Guideline 6 has been updated to reference ILGA’s new Guideline 16, and to reflect ILGA’s new policy position that certain applications to significantly increase licence boundaries are required to be accompanied by a Category B Community Impact Statement.
  • Guideline 8 has been has been updated to streamline the process for making and determining disciplinary complaints against registered clubs under section 57F of the Registered Clubs Act 1976.
  • Guideline 14 has been updated to reflect ILGA’s new policy position that certain applications to significantly increase licence boundaries are required to be accompanied by a Category B Community Impact Statement.

More information on ILGA guidelines are available.