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Find my Local Impact Assessment Band

The Local Impact Assessment (LIA) scheme classifies all areas within NSW based on the risk of introducing additional gaming machines into that area.

The location of your venue is classified in a risk ranking system defined by a geographical boundary called SA2, established by Australian Bureau of Statistics. This method determines the type of LIA you need to complete.

Find out more about the established boundary system and bands.

Find your LIA Band

Using the map

Find your LIA band.

Search for an address or licensed venue by using the magnifying glass icon in the top right hand corner.

You can search for an address or venue name by typing into the search box or by using arrow drop down to narrow your results by venue details or property address. Up to 100 search results will be provided.

Tip: use the information icon in the top right of the screen for help searching the map.

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We take care in ensuring the accuracy of data and that information is regularly updated. As some of this information in the map is obtained from sources outside of L&GNSW, its accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

We will continue to improve and develop the map based on your feedback, and as new data becomes available.

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Data sources

The following data was sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website:

  • Local Government Area (LGA) 2016 boundary maps
  • Suburb areas (2016) boundary maps
  • Statistical Area Level 2 (SA2) (2016) boundary maps
  • Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) scores (2016)
  • SA2 area population statistics (2016) data

The following data was sourced from L&GNSW and will be updated regularly:

  • Licence Name, Licence Number, Licence Type
  • Venue Address, LGA, Region
  • (Gaming machine) Entitlements, (Poker machine) Permits and Total Authorised Limit
  • Gaming machine threshold and Electronic Gaming Machines (includes both “pokies” and MTMG terminals)

About the map

This L&GNSW data has been published under a creative commons licence.

This map data is licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL) by the OpenStreetMap Foundation and is copyright OpenStreetMap contributors.

NSW Imagery layer was sourced from Department of Customer Service.