Evaluating LiveData – the liquor licensing tool

Liquor licence applicants and the community need to be able to access demographic and alcohol related information when making liquor-related applications. Liquor & Gaming NSW wants your views on how the LiveData tool has been working.

Available since August 2020, the public LiveData tool aims to create a better customer experience by enabling users to search and generate reports. These show the number and types of licensed premises, and the latest demographic and alcohol-related crime and health data for every suburb and local government area in NSW.

LiveData brings together publicly available data into one centralised, easy-to-use online tool. It includes interactive maps, charts and benchmarks. The biggest benefit is that the data and information generated is the same as that used by the Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority during their decision-making process for approving liquor licensing applications.

We want to hear from liquor licence applicants and operators (and their representatives), community groups and associations, local councils, legal practitioners, members of the public and health services who have used LiveData.

Tell us what you think

Have your say by 8 November 2021.

Help us understand what is working, what is not and what you want out of LiveData.

You can have your say by responding to the quick poll, completing a survey or uploading a submission.

We will use your feedback to help us develop recommendations to present to the NSW Government around the accessibility, efficiency, usefulness and quality of LiveData and identify opportunities for improvement. This feedback will be included as part of other data we gather about the tool usage.

For more information on LiveData, see our discussion paper and other helpful links.

If you have any questions about this consultation or the evaluation, please email our Evaluation team.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement closed on 8 November 2021. Thank you to participants for providing input which we are currently reviewing.

We will review all feedback submitted and may be in touch with some of you to discuss specific aspects of your submission (if you gave permission).

We will post any final reports, including findings and recommendations here when available.

Liquor licence applicants and the community need to be able to access demographic and alcohol related information when making liquor-related applications. Liquor & Gaming NSW wants your views on how the LiveData tool has been working.

Available since August 2020, the public LiveData tool aims to create a better customer experience by enabling users to search and generate reports. These show the number and types of licensed premises, and the latest demographic and alcohol-related crime and health data for every suburb and local government area in NSW.

LiveData brings together publicly available data into one centralised, easy-to-use online tool. It includes interactive maps, charts and benchmarks. The biggest benefit is that the data and information generated is the same as that used by the Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority during their decision-making process for approving liquor licensing applications.

We want to hear from liquor licence applicants and operators (and their representatives), community groups and associations, local councils, legal practitioners, members of the public and health services who have used LiveData.

Tell us what you think

Have your say by 8 November 2021.

Help us understand what is working, what is not and what you want out of LiveData.

You can have your say by responding to the quick poll, completing a survey or uploading a submission.

We will use your feedback to help us develop recommendations to present to the NSW Government around the accessibility, efficiency, usefulness and quality of LiveData and identify opportunities for improvement. This feedback will be included as part of other data we gather about the tool usage.

For more information on LiveData, see our discussion paper and other helpful links.

If you have any questions about this consultation or the evaluation, please email our Evaluation team.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement closed on 8 November 2021. Thank you to participants for providing input which we are currently reviewing.

We will review all feedback submitted and may be in touch with some of you to discuss specific aspects of your submission (if you gave permission).

We will post any final reports, including findings and recommendations here when available.