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​STRATHFIELD RECREATION CLUB, STRATHFIELD - LIQC300230538

ApplicantChristopher Dunn
Town/suburb where licensed premises locatedStrathfield
LGABurwood Council
LGA Band3
LIA Class2
Increase applied for20
LIALIA (PDF, 617KB)
AppendicesAppendices (PDF, 800KB)
Submission close21/09/2012
Determination Partially Approved
Determination date 28/02/2013
GMT increase approved10
Conditions
  1. All gaming machine entitlements transferred to the Club as a result of the approval of this gaming machine threshold increase application must be transferred from Club's located in Band 3 Local Government Areas.
  2. The Club must provide evidence to the Authority on or before 2 February 2014 and every 12 months thereafter until 2 February 2018 that over the prior 12 months a minimum of $12,500 has been donated to the Chalmers Road School.
  3. The Club must provide evidence to the Authority on or before 2 February 2014, and every 12 months thereafter until 2 February 2016 that a minimum $10,000 has been donated to Mission Australia to fund problem gaming programs over the previous 12 months.
  4. The Club must provide evidence to the Authority on or before 2 February 2014 and every 12 months thereafter until 2 February 2016 that over the prior 12 months a minimum of $10,000 has been donated to the Inner West Tennis Academy.
  5. The Club must provide evidence to the Authority on or before 1 March 2014 and every 12 months thereafter until 1 March 2016 that over the prior 12 months a minimum 5% of the Club's poker machine metered profit for the 12 months ending 31 August that exceeds $1.22 million has been donated to either/or - Family Drug Support, the Chinese Parents Association and The Special Children's Service Centre.
  6. The Club must provide evidence to the Authority on or before 1 March 2017 and every 12 months thereafter that over the prior 12 months a minimum 5% of the Club's poker machine metered profit for the 12 months ending 31 August that exceeds $1.22 million has been donated to community groups.
  7. All of the above expenditure is to be excess of the Club's minimum annual ClubGrants liability.