Consultation has concluded
Alcohol Free Zones (AFZs) are established in public roads, footpaths and car parks, where the consumption of alcohol is prohibited. AFZs within Canterbury-Bankstown are reviewed every four years.
Alcohol Prohibited Areas (AFAs) are established in public places, or part of a public place and include parks or reserves, or other public space that has been established by Council where the consumption of alcohol is prohibited. While APAs do not have a maximum duration date, we will review them on the same schedule as AFZs.
The establishment of AFZs and APAs will assist with:
- Discouraging anti-social behaviour and social disturbances related to the consumption of alcohol in public spaces;
- Deterring irresponsible street drinking to incidents involving serious crime through prevention techniques; and
- Encouraging safe, healthy and welcoming alcohol-free public spaces and environments.
Location of proposed Alcohol Free Zone and Alcohol Prohibited Areas within Canterbury Bankstown LGA
Current locations can be seen in the map below or in the document provided. For each zone or area there may be multiple signs placed to ensure the community are aware of the restrictions.
Timeline item 1 - complete
Wednesday 7 June 2023 - Friday 7 July 2023 5:00PM
This consultation is open for contributions.
Timeline item 2 - complete
Friday 7 July 2023 5:00PM
Contributions to this exhibition are closed, reviewed and reported back to the project team.
If you have questions or want to learn more about the project, please contact us via the following:
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