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Notice To Members of Proposed Amalgamation

Members are hereby notified that on 17 February 2017, Randwick Labor Club Limited (Club) and Coogee Sports Club Limited (Coogee Sports) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in relation to a proposed amalgamation.

Details of the proposed amalgamation between the Club and Coogee Sports are set out in the MOU. A Copy of the MOU is published with this Notice.

Notice of AGM

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Notice of AGM 2015-16
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Please find available annual reports for Randwick Labor Club Ltd. Copies may also be requested from front desk reception at the club (aka The Randwick Club):

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Memorandum of Understanding RLC & KWMCpdficon_small

NOTES TO MEMBERS
          1. The amalgamation of registered clubs is regulated by the Liquor Act, Registered Club Act and the Registered Clubs Regulations.
          2. The Ordinary Resolutions set out above are required for the purposes of the amalgamation and the amalgamation cannot proceed until the members of both clubs have approved the amalgamation at separate general meetings.
          3. Under the Registered Clubs Act no amalgamation can proceed unless:
            · A Memorandum of Understanding has been entered into by the two clubs; and
            · A general meeting of the members has approved the proposed amalgamation.
          4. On 27th October 2011 Randwick Labor Club Limited entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Kensington War Memorial Club Limited.
          5. In relation to the proposed amalgamation, members should consider the Memorandum of Understanding.
          6. A copy of the Memorandum of Understanding is on display on the Randwick Labor Club website at www.rlclub.com.au and copies are available from Reception.


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ORDINARY RESOLUTION REGARDING IN PRINCIPLE APPROVAL OF AMALGAMATION APPLICATION AND TRANSFER OF POKER MACHINE ENTITLEMENTS FROM KENSINGTON WAR MEMORIAL CLUB PREMISES TO RANDWICK LABOR CLUB’S PREMISES.

“That the members hereby:
(a) approve in principle the amalgamation of the Randwick Labor Club Limited ACN 000 353 417 (Labor Club) with the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited ACN 001 027 078 (War Memorial Club), such amalgamation to be effected by:
(i) the continuation of the Labor Club (as the amalgamated club) and the dissolution of War Memorial Club; and
(ii) the transfer of the club licence of the War Memorial Club to the Labor Club.
(b) approve the making of an application to the Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority for the transfer of the club licence of the War Memorial Club to the Labor Club for the purposes of such amalgamation.
(c) approve, for the purposes of section 21(4) of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 (NSW), the transfer of all of the War Memorial Club’s poker machine entitlements from the War Memorial Club’s premises to the Labor Club’s premises at 135 Alison Road, Randwick and/or 2 The Avenue, Randwick as soon as reasonably practicable after completion of the amalgamation.
(d) declare that, as and from completion of the amalgamation, the War Memorial Club’s premises are “non-core property” for the purposes of section 41J of the Registered Clubs Act 1976 (NSW) and hereby authorise the amalgamated club ceasing to trade from those premises.
(e) approve, for the purposes of section 17AI of the Registered Clubs Act 1976 (NSW), the amalgamated club disposing of the War Memorial Club’s premises (terminating the lease in respect of the War Memorial Club premises) as soon as reasonably practicable after completion of the amalgamation.”

ORDINARY RESOLUTION REGARDING BENEFITS TO KENSINGTON WAR MEMORIAL CLUB MEMBERS

(a) Provided the Ordinary Resolution is passed, that the members hereby approve each Kensington War Memorial Club Member who was a member of the War Memorial Club on the date the Club entered into the Deed of Amalgamation with the War Memorial Club receiving the equivalent of $50.00 in Club reward points (Randwick Reward Points) on completion of the amalgamation between the Club and the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited.
(b) The members acknowledge that the benefit referred to in paragraph (a) is not available for members generally but is only available to Kensington War Memorial Club Members who were members of the War Memorial Club on the date the Club entered into the Deed of Amalgamation with the War Memorial Club.”

SPECIAL RESOLUTION TO AMEND RANDWICK LABOR CLUB CONSTITUTION

“Provided the Ordinary Resolution is passed, the Articles of Association of Randwick Labor Club Limited be amended by:
(i) deleting from Article 4 the words “Subject to Article 4A,” and in lieu thereof inserting the words:
“Subject to Articles 4A and 4B,”
(ii) inserting the following new Article 4B:
“4B. In addition to the qualification of members referred to in Articles 4 and 4A, persons who:
(a) are over the age of eighteen (18) years;
(b) satisfy the procedure set out in Article 6A; and
(c) are full members of the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited,
shall be admitted as Kensington War Memorial Club Members of the Club pursuant to the amalgamation between the Club and the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited.”
(iii) inserting the following Article 5(a3):
“(a3) Kensington War Memorial Club Members”
(iv) inserting the following new Article 7(b2):
“(b2) Pursuant to the amalgamation between the Club and the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited, any member of the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited who was a Life member of that Club or was a member of that Club for the twenty-five (25) years preceding completion of the amalgamation, shall be admitted as a Life member of the Club.”
(v) inserting the following new Article 7(e):
“(e) For the purposes of Article 7(b), membership of the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited and service to the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited shall be deemed to be membership and service to the Club.”
(vi) inserting at the beginning of Article 12(b) the words:
“Subject to Article 12(b1)”.
(vii) inserting the following new Article 12(b1):
“(b1) For the purposes of the amalgamation between the Club and the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited, the annual subscription for a Kensington War Memorial Club Member shall be $2.00 (plus GST) per annum if the annual subscription is paid by the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited on behalf of a Kensington War Memorial Club Member. For the avoidance of doubt, if the annual subscription for a Kensington War Memorial Club Member is not paid for by the Kensington War Memorial Club Limited, the annual subscription of that member shall be determined in accordance with Article 12(b).”



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NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY

(Revised February 2012)

The object of this policy is to ensure the minimisation of harm associated with the misuse of alcohol, noise emanating from Randwick Labor Club and Randwick Bowling Club and the conduct of patrons whilst on the premises and when leaving the Club.

Randwick Labor Club and Randwick Bowling Club will adopt best practice guidelines to minimise the impact the conduct of the Clubs’ business will have on the neighbours and residents in the immediate area to the clubs.

The areas that have been identified that management will implement controls over are as follows;

▪    Waste Management
▪    Patron Access and Egress (including vehicular)
▪    Patron whilst on premises
▪    Entertainment
▪    Plant and Equipment

Strategies used to ensure minimal impact include,

▪    Time restrictions on access to the Club
▪    Sound limiting equipment to ensure maximum sound levels
▪    Attenuating plant and equipment
▪    Sound monitoring equipment to alarm and report to duty staff
▪    Security personnel to monitor and control patrons on departure
▪    Shutdown plant and equipment, if practical
▪    Restrict patron access to certain areas of the Club
▪    Close particular areas of the Club, if practical complaints made direct to Club.

In the event of a complaint, by an immediate neighbour or resident during trading, Management will immediately assess the situation and if considered necessary implement any of the above strategies.

In the event that the complaint is of a general and ongoing nature, e.g., noisy plant and equipment, departing patrons or level of amplified music, management will seek a conference to detail all concerns.

A formal action response will be advised within 7 days of the Club receiving the details of the complaint. Complaints made by Police, Randwick City Council, Liquor  Administration Board and others.

It is acknowledges that complaints of a formal nature may be bought against the Club under section 17AA of the Registered Clubs Act.

Once a copy of the complaint is served on the Club, management will investigate and prepare a formal response. If considered appropriate management will prepare a written response that may include the details of an action plan to address the complaint and implement any of the strategies already identified.

The Club will attend all conferences conducted to address the complaint and will act proactively to resolve any issue bought against the Club.

Smoking Balconies / Terraces / Outdoor Areas

The purpose of the balconies / terraces located on levels 2, 3 and 4 of Randwick Labor Club are for the sole purpose to provide an outdoor area for patrons to smoke.

The Dining Terrace located on the western side of Level 4 is a designated non smoking area.

In addition to the strategies identified above to control the use of the balconies and to monitor the sound levels, the following will be implemented,

▪    Use of balcony / terrace to be limited to 15 persons at any one time and monitored by staff

▪    Tables and chairs will only be allowed if their use assists with the restriction of any noise emanating from the balconies / terraces
▪    CCTV cameras will be installed in each balcony / terrace area and digitally recorded
▪    Cigarette Disposal Units will be installed to extinguish butts

Level 2 Western Terrace

In addition to the strategies identified above to control the use of the balconies and to monitor the sound levels, the following will be implemented,

▪    Use of the Level 2 Western terrace is limited to 7 persons at any one time and monitored by staff
▪    Tables and chairs will only be allowed if their use assists with the restriction of any noise emanating from the balconies / terraces
▪    CCTV cameras will be installed in the terrace area and digitally
▪    Cigarette Disposal Units will be installed to extinguish butts.

Level 4 Dining Terrace – Western side of The VU Brasserie

In addition to the strategies identified above to control the use of the balconies and to monitor the sound levels, the following will be implemented,

▪     This area is designated NON SMOKING
▪     Children will only be admitted to this area under the strict control of
▪     Use of the Level 4 Dining Terrace is limited to 24 patrons
▪     The times of operation will be 10am to 10pm
▪     Signage advising patrons to be mindful of potential noise impact on neighbours to be installed.

Outdoor Areas – Randwick Bowling Club

Any of the strategies identified may be applied to the outdoor areas at the Randwick Bowling Club premises.

Certain areas in the outdoor spaces may be declared non-smoking areas.

Lodging a complaint

In the first instance we would welcome that you contact either club property

with your concerns.

Randwick Labor Club Phone: 9399 4100

Randwick Bowling Club Phone: 9399 3036

Email Contact Email: enquire@rlclub.com.au

Correspondence General Manager

Randwick Labor Club

135 Alison Road

RANDWICK NSW

2031

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