Recent comments on applications from NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority, NSW

  1. In Bulli NSW on “Sol Illawarra Independent...” at Bulli Showground & Racing Complex Grevillea Park Road, Bulli 2516:

    Emanoeil mekhail commented

    Hi
    The market on Sunday Bulli 18/11
    It’s very very nice and I am very happy with it so I will come attend every Sunday
    Many very thanks
    Emanoeil

  2. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    Derek & Roslyn Welsh commented

    Derek & Roslyn Welsh.
    As residents of Shoal Bay, we strongly object to the extension of trading hours of the Shoal Bay Country Club. Shoal Bay is a small community and the possibility of increased noise and anti-social behaviour as a result of extended trading hours is not acceptable as this will negatively impact on all residents. What exactly are the 'special events"?? Will these be made whenever the Country Club wishes!!!! and I suspect that if approved these would be very frequent. The Country Club should be a community facility and the extension of trading hours would appear to be aimed at attracting revellers from outside the community purely for the profit of the owners. This should not be approved without strict limits on how often special events can be staged. Newcastle has lock down hours, as do Kings Cross. There is no need for extended hours in our beautiful sparkling Shoal Bay.

  3. In Warriewood NSW on “Liquor licence transfer by...” at 1E Ponderosa Pde, Warriewood, NSW:

    Mark Horton commented

    I do not have any objection to someone endeavoring to enhance their business especially as they provide local employment opportunities.

  4. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    Angela Athas commented

    As residents within a few hundred metres of the Shoal Bay Country Club Hotel we strongly oppose extended trading hours till 2am.
    The city of Newcastle has introduced 'early lock out laws' with a reduction of of assaults and anti social behaviour.
    Introduction of extended trading hours would go against this philosophy and exacerbate the noise and antisocial behaviour we, as residents, have to already tolerate.

  5. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    Wendy and John Lane commented

    While we appreciate that the new owners of the Shoal Bay Country Club Hotel...feel the need for innovation they must show respect and sympathy for the local residents.
    Shoal Bay is a peaceful bayside suburb which has the benefit of tourism during the holiday periods...
    The local residents realize that they have to accommodate the changes during that time...and have come to tolerate the midnight closing of the Hotel..despite the inconvenience of really loud noise especially the BASE which vibrates around the whole area..when live bands are playing..
    With the possibility of a 2.0 am extension to the trading hours we feel that this will in no way benefit the local residents , in close proximity, as we are sure that these extensions will not be restricted to just the holiday period.

  6. In Marrickville NSW on “Change liquor licence...” at 65-69 Addison Road, Marrickville, NSW:

    Brett commented

    Excellent venue, and a very respectful and responsible neighbour. I support this, good luck to them

  7. In Marrickville NSW on “Change liquor licence...” at 65-69 Addison Road, Marrickville, NSW:

    Tim Griffin commented

    Excellent and responsible venue as a local resident I fully support this.

  8. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    Mark Williams commented

    https://amp.dailytelegraph.com.au/home/the-worst-pubs-named-and-shamed/news-story/ba610d5341954bd98706b8425256bd9c
    15 assaults in 1 year. Extending until 2 am will make it worse. The noise of the bands is a nightmare for residents. Please consider us and our safety and not greedy owners

  9. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    David Nigel Wilson & Penelope Ann Wilson commented

    As residents of Shoal Bay, we strongly object to the extension of trading hours of the Shoal Bay Country Club. Shoal Bay is a small community and the possibility of increased noise and anti-social behaviour as a result of extended trading hours is not acceptable as this will negatively impact on all residents. The application does not specify or limit what is a "special event" and I suspect that if approved these would be very frequent. The Country Club should be a community facility and the extension of trading hours would appear to be aimed at attracting revellers from outside the community purely for the profit of the owners. This should not be approved without strict limits on how often special events can be staged.

  10. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    Katie & Christian Lawson commented

    As residents in relatively close proximity to the Shoal Bay Country Club Hotel, we strongly object to any extension of operating hours on the grounds of; increased noise pollution & disruption, increased anti-social behaviour & negatively impacting our small, quiet (apart from peak summer) community. There is already a problem with broken glass from beverages, noise from drunk patrons leaving premises & antisocial behaviour in the surrounding streets which needs to be better addressed by mgmt & local authorities.

  11. In Shoal Bay NSW on “Extended trading...” at Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW:

    Russel & Marilyn Williams commented

    As a resident neighbour of the Shoal Bay Country Club Hotel, we object strongly to extended hours from 12 - 2 am. Surely 12 am is adequate. Shoal Bay has a 1 klm radius. Apart from over the summer months it is a quiet coastal village. The noise resonates. New owner should respect the residents. What are these special events? Only increase antisocial behaviour. Nelson Bay police should be consulted.

  12. In Yarramalong NSW on “Liquor licence transfer by...” at 1-4 Linga Longa Rd, Yarramalong, NSW:

    Russell commented

    Fabulous !!! about time , this establishment is desperately in need of a birthday
    Best wishes for success ( :

  13. In Tweed Heads NSW on “Minors area authorisation...” at 126 Wharf St, Tweed Heads, NSW:

    Gary Griffiths commented

    There are enough liquor outlets in the area. Let's try and reduce public disturbance and police workload by reducing the amount alcohol available.

  14. In Eastwood NSW on “GMT increase with LIA by...” at 75 Rowe St, Eastwood, NSW:

    Fred commented

    I'm a bit confused by this one. Was wondering why a restaurant / cooking school would require a gaming license, so went down to 75 Rowe Street to check it out. It's Young Mart, a Korean supermarket. No signs of this restaurant.

    Looked up Moko Heather's Kitchen and found it was THE TRUSTEE FOR THE ROWE STREET UNIT TRUST, an Unincorporated Entity represented by BBDHM INVESTMENTS PTY LTD. A six month old company.

  15. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Yasmin Bokhari commented

    What I like about this courtyard is the family feeling where we can sit and dine.in comfort and.safe for the kids. Hidden.away gem from traffic and commotion. And to be served by Salvage Speciality team who are established in the food industry. I am looking forward to the courtyard a happy dining place for families to enjoy. Thumbs up for the proposal.

  16. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Robert Williams commented

    Salvage is one of the best coffee spots on the lower north shore and has added so much to the local community. The owners and staff are so passionate about what they do and about making Artarmon a better place for the residents.

    Having the ability to operate later and provide drinks (and no doubt snacks to go with the drinks) to people on their way home would be a real positive and would significantly increase the buzz in Wilkes Place and complement the existing restaurants there.

  17. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Chris commented

    i am a big fan of this proposal and believe it would serve the local community. Given there a very few places to enjoy a casual drink. It will serve as a chance for the community and friends to come together in a safe and secure environment.

  18. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Lydia Hascott commented

    As an Artarmon resident for over 5 years I have seen the difference that Salvage has made to the community since it's beginning. The Wilkes Ave courtyard is now a hub of the community where friends meet over coffee and food. I've always been sad that it closes so early in the day - so to have an evening option to meet friends over a glass of wine and what I know will be top quality food would add even more atmosphere. Not only will it mean local residents don't need to head to other areas for a bar experience, it will also attract others to Artarmon. I wholeheartedly support this application.

  19. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Hannah Mccowatt commented

    These guys would do an amazing job! Can't wait to have a drink in the local area that desperately needs a venue like this!

  20. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Will Warren commented

    Fantastic idea, I support the application for a liquor licence and will definitely support the business if it is granted.
    This will help to bring a wider range of people into the courtyard which will assist all the businesses.
    A great idea.

  21. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Anna Warren commented

    This can be only good for Artarmon! Salvage has been a wonderful addition to the local area, bringing exciting food and great coffee to the now thriving Wilkes precinct. Toby and team are always respectful of the local area and contribute to the community in many ways.

  22. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Daniel Bunton commented

    Artarmon needs a venue like salvage to have a liquor license. Not only will this create a lovely vibe and foster community, but will create more trade for all shops in the area.

  23. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Harry George commented

    Salvage is great!

    Drinking at salvage would be the perfect spot for a wind down after work.

    Totally agree

  24. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Rosemary Smith commented

    What a wonderful idea from Salvage for The Artarmon community. It makes sense for them to apply for a Liquor License, and my family and I give this our complete support.
    The Salvage team deliver safe, responsible and caring service and would continue to do this once they have been issued with a liquor licence.

  25. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Matt Eastman commented

    Totally support this, great little venue run by friendly and responsible staff. I see no issues with this going ahead and see it as a great addition to the area.

  26. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Bianca Yee commented

    I think this is a fantastic idea and would be great for the Artarmon community! The boys at Salvage are really responsible and would bring a bit more life back to the local area!

  27. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Helen Carter commented

    Yes, we fully support the application for an on premises liquor license by Salvage Coffee. It will be a fantastic addition to the local community and night life.

  28. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Mike Yee commented

    I can already picture the warm lit courtyard with locals relaxing over a quiet drink and nibbles after work and on weekends. The Salvage boys have really brought the community so much joy, quality and value with the cafe during the day, and I have no doubt that they will create the same vibe with the license in the evening. I can't wait!

  29. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Elliot Williams commented

    I think this is a wonderful idea. Salvage Coffee has a strong connection with the Artarmon community and the residents of Artarmon have a strong connection with it. This would add so much to the courtyard in Wilkes Avenue, increasing this small, boutique area's profile. This will not only be good for residents, it will be good for the local economy.

  30. In Artarmon NSW on “On-premises licence - New...” at 5 Wilkes Avenue, Artarmon, NSW:

    Max Dunn commented

    I think this license will be fantastic for the community! The Salvage guys are responsible and they are loads of fun! Just what our wonderful little corner of the world needs.

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