Alcohol Managed Areas Renewal - 2019 to 2023

On 6 August 2019, Council resolved to publicly exhibit its Alcohol Manager Areas Program. The proposed areas remain unchanged from the past four years. Council resolved:

1. That the Alcohol Prohibited Areas in St Leonards Park, Christie Park, Cammeray Park, Bradfield Park, Weaver Park, Greenway Housing Estate and McMahons Point Community Centre be renewed for four years, to expire on 30 November 2023.
2. That the Alcohol Free Zones in Sergeants Lane, St Leonards; North Sydney and Milsons Point; Kirribilli; McMahons Point; Cammeray Car Park; Greenway Housing Estate and in the area adjacent to the Skate Plaza be renewed for four years, to expire on 30 November 2023.


The related Council Report can be viewed in the document library.

Feedback closes Thursday 3 October 2019.

Background

Council’s current Alcohol Free Zones (on streets) and Alcohol Prohibited Areas (in parks) are
due to expire in November 2019.

Alcohol Free Zones (AFZs) on streets and Alcohol Prohibited Areas in parks are established
under Section 644, 644A, and 644B, and Section 632 and 632A, respectively, of the Local
Government Act 199
3. AFZs cannot be declared for more than 4 years and on establishment
or renewal must be accompanied by public consultation, including with the local Police
Command and Licensees in the areas affected.

While establishing Alcohol Prohibited Areas is not restricted in the same way as AFZs, and
they need not be time restricted, Council has voluntarily adopted a process that enables public
consultation on both categories at the same time, as it considers this to be in the interests of
ready understanding and communication between the public and Police. For more information refer to the Council Report in the document library.

For further information contact Council’s Director Community & Library Services on 9936 8100.

On 6 August 2019, Council resolved to publicly exhibit its Alcohol Manager Areas Program. The proposed areas remain unchanged from the past four years. Council resolved:

1. That the Alcohol Prohibited Areas in St Leonards Park, Christie Park, Cammeray Park, Bradfield Park, Weaver Park, Greenway Housing Estate and McMahons Point Community Centre be renewed for four years, to expire on 30 November 2023.
2. That the Alcohol Free Zones in Sergeants Lane, St Leonards; North Sydney and Milsons Point; Kirribilli; McMahons Point; Cammeray Car Park; Greenway Housing Estate and in the area adjacent to the Skate Plaza be renewed for four years, to expire on 30 November 2023.


The related Council Report can be viewed in the document library.

Feedback closes Thursday 3 October 2019.

Background

Council’s current Alcohol Free Zones (on streets) and Alcohol Prohibited Areas (in parks) are
due to expire in November 2019.

Alcohol Free Zones (AFZs) on streets and Alcohol Prohibited Areas in parks are established
under Section 644, 644A, and 644B, and Section 632 and 632A, respectively, of the Local
Government Act 199
3. AFZs cannot be declared for more than 4 years and on establishment
or renewal must be accompanied by public consultation, including with the local Police
Command and Licensees in the areas affected.

While establishing Alcohol Prohibited Areas is not restricted in the same way as AFZs, and
they need not be time restricted, Council has voluntarily adopted a process that enables public
consultation on both categories at the same time, as it considers this to be in the interests of
ready understanding and communication between the public and Police. For more information refer to the Council Report in the document library.

For further information contact Council’s Director Community & Library Services on 9936 8100.

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    Before completing the submission form ensure you have viewed the Council Report in the document library.

    Privacy Statement: Any personal data captured in this submission will be stored by Council in accordance with its Privacy Statement, Privacy Management Plan, Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information and Protection Act 1998. Personal information captured will be used only for participation in this project and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent.

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