Residents of Kings Cross, Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Woolloomooloo
Listed below are some links, selected reports and development applications relevant to our local issues. The 2011 Residents’ Association encourages all interested people to make a submission about an issue that is important to you. We are willing to give feedback and advice and in some cases might be prepared to make our own submission on behalf of the broader 2011 community.
Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) in association with NSW/ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance (NAAPA)
An excellent website with resource material relating to effects of alcohol on communities. On 21 Jan 2014 NAAPA welcomed the measures announced by Premier Barry O’Farrell to tackle alcohol-related violence in NSW (read more).
Kings Cross ‘Liquor Freeze’ legislation
The Liquor Act 2007: supports what is known as the ‘liquor freeze’, which turns out to only cover a small part of Kings Cross and Potts Point, including some venues but not bars or restaurants. Click here for a quick summary of the key points and sections that have an impact on our neighbourhood.
Cumulative Impact Study – City of Sydney May 2009
The City of Sydney commissioned the following two reports as part of its “Late Night Trading Research Project”, better known as the “Cumulative Impact of Licensed Premises Study”.
These reports and the Council officers’ report is at this link.
The City has placed these two reports on public exhibition. Public submissions can be sent to Ryan van den Nouwelant
by e-mail to email@example.com by 5:00pm on Friday 31 July 2009, or mailed to
Ryan van den Nouwelant
City Plan Development Unit
City of Sydney, GPO Box 1591, Sydney 2001
Fax: 02 9265 9222
NSW Government Discussion paper – Safety Rating System for Licensed Premises
Discussion paper – responses were due Tuesday 31 March 2009 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cumulative Impact of Licensed Premises
UK local government policy examples
Kings Cross Medically Supervised Injecting Centre (MSIC)
24 May 07 Community facilities analysis City East area – Cred Community Planning