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We are seeking two Randwick City residents to join our Night Time Economy Advisory Committee. The Committee will advise Council in the development of a Night Time Economy Strategy. The night time economy refers to the mix of social, cultural and business economic activities and experiences that occur after 6pm. If you are interested in joining the committee, please complete an Expression of Interest online.
Applications close: 5pm Tuesday 3 July 2018
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Council is proposing streetscape improvements from Kingsford to Centennial Park, including a new cycleway. The improvements will provide safer walking and cycling connections to key destinations in our City, including to Centennial Park, UNSW, local shops and the new light rail stops along Anzac Parade. Concept plans are now on exhibition for community feedback.
Consultation period: 25 May 2018 to 9am 2 July 2018
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A 100-year promise is being revived by Council to build a monument at the La Perouse end of Anzac Parade. The project will complete a commitment made in 1917 to have monuments mark both end of the commemorative road. Find out more and share your thoughts on how we could complete this important project.
Consultation period: 23 March to 20 June 2018.
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link22 June, 2018Randwick City Council is seeking your feedback on a Planning Proposal to amend the minimum subdivision provisions in the Randwick Local Environmental Plan 2012. The amendment would allow for the subdivision of attached dual occupancy development in the R2 Low Density Residential Zone with a development consent issued prior to 6 July 2018
Consultation period: 22 May to 19 June 2018
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link08 June, 2018Randwick City Council has drafted a new Street Garden Policy and Guidelines to help our residents grow and maintain beautiful street gardens or planter boxes that complement the location, include suitable plantings and are safe for all users of the street.
Consultation period: 11 May to 9am, 8 June 2018
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Have your say on Council's 2018-19 draft Operational Plan and Budget, which outlines our planned activities for the coming financial year.
Consultation period: 1 May - 1 June 2018
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Randwick Council has just completed a draft Flood Study for the Birds Gully and Bunnerong Road catchment and we are seeking feedback from all property owners living in the catchment. View a map of the catchment and read the draft Flood Study to have your say.
Consultation period: 24 April to 27 May 2018
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We are reviewing our Councillor Expenses and Facilities Policy for 2018 to 2021. The Policy determines the reasonable and appropriate reimbursement of expenses and provision of facilities for our Councillors to help them undertake their civic duties.
Consultation period: 13 April to 14 May 2018
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Randwick Council is developing a Smart City Strategy and we need your input. What is a smart city? How might Randwick City use technology to improve our services, communication and lifestyle? Wireless networks (like Wi-Fi), sensors, real time information, online services, mobile applications, big data collection and analysis, innovation programs, citizen-centric design, and digital connectivity are all hallmarks of smart cities. Find out more and help shape our future by completing an online survey or attending a workshop. Consultation period: 23 March to 7 May 2018
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Randwick City Council is undertaking a review of the minimum lot size in low density residential zones under the Randwick Local Environmental Plan 2012 (RLEP). The review is in response to banks tightening lending criterias for company title attached dual occupancies. Residents are encouraged to have your say on this important issue.
Consultation period: 9 March to 9am 4 May 2018.