On the 6 January 2016 the NSW Government released the merger proposal for Pittwater and the northern suburbs of Warringah. Extensive detail is provided on the NSW Government Council Boundary Review website
For a summary of the proposal and to find out how you can have a say, refer to Pittwater Council Boundary Review page.
For details on the key steps of the merger process visit the Council Boundary Review website
The Government has appointed Richard Pearson as the delegate for this proposal to conduct the engagement with the community through a public inquiry. This is your chance to have your say on the council merger proposal.
You can do this by either attending the public inquiry to be held at Mona Vale Golf Club on Tuesday 2 February, between 1–5pm and 7–10pm, or make a submission before 5pm on Sunday 28 February online or by mail:
- Council Boundary Review Submissions,
GPO Box 5341, Sydney NSW 2001
Registrations are now open for those wishing to speak at the public inquiry, with this to be done by 12 noon on 29 January. I urge you to either register for the upcoming public enquiry or make a submission to the Council Boundary Review.
To keep up-to-date with Pittwater Council’s position and information on the proposal go to www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/reform