Welcome to the Eastern Beaches Licensed Premises Accord
Eastern Beaches was one of the first NSW liquor accords to be established and since its formation in 1999, has worked diligently with stakeholders, the police, council and the community, to achieve a great environment for patrons, residents and for business to thrive.
Liquor accords are a government led initiative driven and supported by local licensees, Liquor and Gaming NSW, NSW Police, local councils and community organisations. Membership of the Accord is voluntary and includes local liquor licensees from hotels, clubs, bottle shops, small bars, cafes, restaurants, venues, liquor wholesalers and other license holders.
The Eastern Beaches Licensed Premises Accord provides a strong foundation to enhance and promote communication amongst all stakeholders in the community to proactively address ways to improve the operation of licensed venues so that venues and precincts are safe and enjoyable environments for both residents and visitors.
JOIN THE EASTERN BEACHES LIQUOR ACCORD!
We encourage all licensees to join the accord and be part of this great community initiative and take advantage of the valuable networking opportunities with other members.
Amendments to Liquor Legislation came into effect in early 2015 and being a part of your accord: becoming a member, attending meetings, receiving updates: is a great way to stay informed and develop your business.
NEXT MEETING 11am Tuesday 20 February 2018, Maroubra SEALS
If you would like to attend, please contact our Project Officer for detailed agenda
Members wishing to stand for election to the executive committee, can submit nominations to project officer or nominate on the day of AGM
All enquiries, please contact our Project Officer Lyndall Lee Arnold
Call 0414 681 177 Email email@example.com
PLAN B BLITZ
Across the October long weekend, accord members implemented a ‘Plan B Blitz’ to remind patrons if you plan to drink then don’t plan to drive. Posters, coasters and other promo material will displayed in member premises as a reminder to the community.
The Accord has created an exciting education and awareness campaign to remind patrons of the law and the penalties which may apply, when a patron is asked to leave or not permitted to enter a premises. Read more on our INITIATIVES webpage.