Links and selected reports relevant to our local issues.

The 2011 and DRAG Residents’ Associations encourage all interested people to make a submission about an issue that is urgent to you. We are willing to give feedback and advice. In some cases might be prepared to make our own submission on behalf of the broader 2010 and 2011 communities.

Join us at a meeting: see meeting schedule at


Better Planning Network and Other Resident Networks

BPN is a state wide network working to achieve a robust planning system for NSW - one that protects our environment & heritage, community & public interest at and Facebook

iPlan - Information on how Community Engagement is supposed to happen

Alexandria -

Erskineville -

REDWatch -


Plan to Stop Alcohol Fuelled Violence, 2013

Residents of the Kings Cross and Darlinghurst area have developed a 10-point plan to stop alcohol-fuelled violence, formulated in consultation with local police, residents and business owners. - Download pdf

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.

Download KX Liquor Freeze Area Map (as at June 2013)

Download Alcohol Free zone Area Map – KX, Darlinghurst, the Loo (as at June 2013)

Crime statistics
NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOSCAR)

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.
Late Night Trading – Community Perceptions Report
Alcohol related crime in City of Sydney Local Government Area May 2009

NSW Government Discussion paper – Safety Rating System for Licensed Premises
Discussion paper – responses were due Tuesday 31 March 2009 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cumulative Impact of Licensed Premises
Australian resources
19 Feb 2009 40th Anniversity Symposium of the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research
19 Feb 2009 Predicting the Impacts of Licensed Outlet Density Chikritzhs – BOCSAR
19 Feb 2009 Developing an assault Reduction Strategy Matruglio – BOCSAR
UK local government policy examples
Overview Cumulative Impact Policies in England and Wales

Ealing Council Cumulative Impact Study
Borough of Scarborough
Plymouth City Council
Eastbourne Council Cumulative Impact Policy

Other Issues

Community Infrastructure
24 May 07 Community facilities analysis City East area – Cred Community Planning

Medically Supervised Injecting Centre (MSIC)
MSIC webpage
Evaluation Reports on the MSIC



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