How to get organised, who to tell what you think
The Committee for North Sydney is appointed by the Association for the Committee for North Sydney. Members of the Committee are eminent architects, urban designers, planners and community leaders who don’t want to see yet more missed opportunities for the city centre, and who intend to build a sense of excitement around the potential of one of Australia’s largest CBDs — as a place for people.
There are plenty of ways to get involved and/or show your support (see the other pages) — here are three of them.
1 Become a supporter
2 Directory of decision makers – let them know what you think…
Here is a list of state and local government elected representatives. It is followed by a list of precinct committees and community groups.
Hon Dominic Perrottet MP
Hon Matthew Kean MP
Member for North Shore
Ms Felicity Wilson MP
Member for North Sydney
Mr Trent Zimmerman MP
Mayor of North Sydney
Cr Zoe Baker
St Leonards Ward
Sydney Metro email@example.com
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
2 Directory for getting organised locally
See the North Sydney Council’s map of precincts
Edward Co-Chairs Genia McCaffery, Mary Curran
Lavender Bay Chair Robert Stitt
Milson Co-Chairs Terry Byrnes, Steve Grenville, Elaine Wziontek
Registry Co-Chairs Jenny Bridge, Marianne De Souza and Sue Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: 0417 688 901
Union Co-Chairs Mary Curran and Ken Robinson
Waverton Chair Ian Grey
Wollstonecraft Chair John Hancox
The Precinct Committees surrounding the city centre are well organised and active. The Edward, Lavender Bay, Union, Waverton and Wollstonecraft Precinct Committees collectively initiated the formation of the Committee for North Sydney.
Precincts west of the Gore Hill Freeway – the CBD, Hayberry, Holtermann and Stanton Precinct Committees – need your support.
Others: Council’s Community Engagement Coordinator 9936 8100, email@example.com.
The Greenwich Community Association is a broad-based association still very active after 74 years. Given the current addiction of state and local governments to short-term, opportunistic urban development at a preposterous scale, the GCA has many fights on its hands in defending the community. http://www.greenwich.org.au/
Priority Precinct Residents Group
“Residents from Postcode 2065 and surrounding areas are coming together to oppose the OVERDEVELOPMENT of St Leonards/Crows Nest Planned Precinct — and the Crows Nest Metro Station, both of which have devastating impacts on the communities of Wollstonecraft, Greenwich and Naremburn as well as Crows Nest and St Leonards… North Sydney Council is currently meeting and exceeding the State mandated residential targets and is on track to meet the new targets set by the Greater Sydney Commission. There is no need for this massive overdevelopment nor is the necessary local infrastructure (schools, open space, sports facilities, community facilities) sufficient to manage any increase in population arising from additional residential and commercial development.” https://www.facebook.com/PriorityPrecinctResidentsGroup/