Members Area & Registration
Welcome to the Naremburn Progress Association
Local Environmental Plan (WLEP) and Development Control Plan (WDCP)
After five years of community consultation, the rules about what you can build and where across Willoughby City are changing. We want to hear your views about the draft planning documents before 7 June 2022. We’ve already held interactive webinars relating to Chatswood, St Leonards, Castlecrag, Castle Cove, Middle Cove, Northbridge, Artarmon and the city as a whole
Recordings and presentations from these webinars are now live on Have Your Say.
Upcoming webinars are being held relating to North Willoughby (being held tonight), Penshurst St and High St Willoughby, Willoughby South and the city’s industrial areas
Willoughby Night Time Economic Development Strategy
The draft Willoughby Night Time Economic Development Strategy provides the overarching framework and strategic direction for delivering a City that has a prosperous and vibrant night time economy.
The Strategy identifies the key night time economic outcomes based around Chatswood being the cultural hub of the North Shore of Sydney.
Local residents and businesses are encouraged to view the strategy and tell us what you think before 13 June 2022.
Willoughby City Council has prepared a comprehensive update to its Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework, which includes:
- A five-year review of the council’s Community Strategic Plan (CSP), Our Future Willoughby, which was published in 2018. The CSP is accompanied by an explanatory paper which explains how and why the plan has changed
- A new four-year Delivery Program which outlines the programs and actions which will implement the CSP
- An Operational Plan, which includes the council’s major projects and capital works, fees and charges and rating structure in 2022/23
- A Resourcing Strategy, which includes a Long-Term Financial Plan, Asset Management Strategy and Workforce Plan.
Improving tree canopy cover and building community resilience to social and economic shocks are among the proposals in council’s updated CSP.
Register for our interactive webinar on Wednesday, 11 May, drop-in session on Wednesday, 18 May or complete a survey. To find out more and have your say go HERE before 30 May 2022.
We’re looking forward to welcoming customers back to our Customer Service Centre and Willoughby Leisure Centre pool from Monday 18 October....
Meeting Dates 2022
Meetings (subject to COVID) are held at the Narmeburn Community Centre, 7 Central St commencing at 7:30pm.
Meeting date are:
Apr 7 (including AGM) – register here
Naremburn Matters, a quarterly publication, March, June, September, December, that is hand-delivered to all households and businesses in Naremburn.
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