Questions to answer for NSW Government over Crown

Crown Resorts has been ordered to delay the opening of its high roller casino at Barangaroo until after 1 February, when a report into its suitability to hold a gaming licence is due. PICTURE: L-R The new and approved casino, and the Barangaroo site. A 6.30pm Monday meeting meant James Packer's new casino escaped a 6pm public scrutiny, and on Tuesday, even the SMH didn't think the news worthy of its front page. The headline reads 'Business happy with new vision for tourism' though anti-gambling campaigners maintain 40-60% of revenue will come from problem gamblers. Crown Resorts’ proposed casino tower in Sydney’s Barangaroo, designed by UK-based Wilkinson Eyre, has been approved by the independent NSW Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) – a decision the Australian Institute of Architects describes as “disappointing.”. The proposal was referred to the commission after it was recommended for approval by the NSW Department of Planning and While Crown awaits approval for its casino operations at the Barangaroo site, guests can sample a day out at a stylish Chinese-style teahouse Luxury with a view: Pictured is a room inside Crown Barangaroo is public land owned by us all, but the Liberal/National Government is bending over backwards to install a casino, multi-million dollar apartments and parking that will only benefit James Packer's Crown casino and hotel is to be built at Barangaroo in Sydney after the project was approved by the NSW Planning Assessment Commission. The NSW Government announced a licence approval for Crown’s Barangaroo VIP Casino in November 2013 and the Crown ‘Gaming Facility Licence ” and other agreements were finalised in July 2014. The head of the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) at the time of the approval, Mr Micheil Brodie, said the licence approval process took only three months, “ which probably rates as The New South Wales Government has given the final approval to James Packer's Crown Casino resort at Barangaroo on Sydney Harbour. The $1.5 billion development has been approved under strict

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