Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC)

The Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) is a voluntary committee convened by Randwick City Council comprising resident and business representatives from across Randwick City.

The Committee is one component of Council's overall community consultation framework regarding the State Government's CBD and South East Light Rail Project.

The Committee's purpose is to give Council objective and constructive feedback on how Council can assist locals during the implementation of light rail.

This website is a public forum for members of the Committee to discuss matters, ask questions and download reference documents.

The Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) is a voluntary committee convened by Randwick City Council comprising resident and business representatives from across Randwick City.

The Committee is one component of Council's overall community consultation framework regarding the State Government's CBD and South East Light Rail Project.

The Committee's purpose is to give Council objective and constructive feedback on how Council can assist locals during the implementation of light rail.

This website is a public forum for members of the Committee to discuss matters, ask questions and download reference documents.

  • Fourth meeting of Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee Meeting - 18 February 2016

    over 1 year ago

    Randwick City Council's Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) will meet for the fourth time on Thursday 18 February 2016.

    The Committee is comprised of resident and business representatives and is part of Council's community engagement strategy.

    The Committee's purpose is to provide feedback to Council on its Light Rail Support Plan Package which aims to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail.

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    Randwick City Council's Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) will meet for the fourth time on Thursday 18 February 2016.

    The Committee is comprised of resident and business representatives and is part of Council's community engagement strategy.

    The Committee's purpose is to provide feedback to Council on its Light Rail Support Plan Package which aims to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail.

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  • Third meeting of the Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee - 22 October 2015

    over 1 year ago

    Randwick City Council's Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) will meet for the third time on Thursday 22 October 2015.

    The Committee is comprised of resident and business representatives and is part of Council's community engagement strategy.

    The Committee's purpose is to provide feedback to Council on its Light Rail Support Plan Package which aims to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail.

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    Randwick City Council's Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) will meet for the third time on Thursday 22 October 2015.

    The Committee is comprised of resident and business representatives and is part of Council's community engagement strategy.

    The Committee's purpose is to provide feedback to Council on its Light Rail Support Plan Package which aims to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail.

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  • Second meeting of Community Rail Support Plan Committee - 23 July 2015

    about 2 years ago

    Randwick City Council's Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) will meet for the second time on Thursday 23 July 2015.

    The Committee is comprised of resident and business representatives and is part of Council's community engagement strategy.

    The Committee's purpose is to provide feedback to Council on its Light Rail Support Plan Package which aims to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail.

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    Randwick City Council's Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) will meet for the second time on Thursday 23 July 2015.

    The Committee is comprised of resident and business representatives and is part of Council's community engagement strategy.

    The Committee's purpose is to provide feedback to Council on its Light Rail Support Plan Package which aims to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail.

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  • First meeting of the Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee - 14 August 2014

    almost 3 years ago

    The inaugural meeting of the Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee was held on Thursday 14 August 2014 at 6pm at Randwick City Council's Administration Building.

    Thank you to all Committee members for giving up your time and attending.

    You can view the agenda, minutes, presentation and notes from the meeting in the Documents section of this website: http://yoursayrandwick.com.au/CLRSPC/documents

    The inaugural meeting of the Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee was held on Thursday 14 August 2014 at 6pm at Randwick City Council's Administration Building.

    Thank you to all Committee members for giving up your time and attending.

    You can view the agenda, minutes, presentation and notes from the meeting in the Documents section of this website: http://yoursayrandwick.com.au/CLRSPC/documents

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  • Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee Members announced

    almost 3 years ago

    Randwick City Council has today (6 August 2014) announced the members of Council's newly established Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee.

    The Committee will provide an additional avenue of consultation and feedback to Council over the next five years on its Light Rail Support Plan.

    The light rail support plan proposes allocating $68M in future draft budgets, subject to detailed community consultation, to build a multi-storey car park in Kingsford, claw back street parking removed because of the light rail (such as along Anzac Parade), upgrade drainage, create new urban plazas and develop better cycleway connections.

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    Randwick City Council has today (6 August 2014) announced the members of Council's newly established Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee.

    The Committee will provide an additional avenue of consultation and feedback to Council over the next five years on its Light Rail Support Plan.

    The light rail support plan proposes allocating $68M in future draft budgets, subject to detailed community consultation, to build a multi-storey car park in Kingsford, claw back street parking removed because of the light rail (such as along Anzac Parade), upgrade drainage, create new urban plazas and develop better cycleway connections.

    Council will also be conducting wider consultation with all affected residents, businesses and ratepayers and use our established consultation methods such as local Precincts, www.yoursayrandwick.com.au and Council's social media channels.

    Randwick Mayor Scott Nash said the Committee will look at each proposal within the plan as required and ensure it helps maximise the benefits of the new transport system for the Randwick City community.

    "We welcome the introduction of light rail in Randwick City and commend the Government on funding this project. The aim of our support plan is to enhance the light rail project and make sure our community gets the most out of this once in a generation opportunity to revitalise our City,” Mayor Nash said.

    “This committee will look at each of the projects over the next five years, as necessary, and provide us with additional feedback and information ensuring residents’ needs are considered and complementing our existing community consultation practices.

    “I would like to thank these members of the community for volunteering to be part of this committee and helping Council, ensure the smooth integration of the light rail project.”

    The committee was formed following a recent Expression of Interest process requiring applicants to meet specific criteria. Applicants who did not meet the criteria were discounted and the remaining candidates were drawn at random to participate in the committee.

    The committee will meet this month to establish its terms of reference, a meeting schedule and clarify the role of the group.

    Members of the Light Rail Support Plan Committee are:

    Randwick Council representative - General Manager or delegate

    Souths Juniors representative - Mr Geoff Knight, CEO Souths Juniors

    Cycling industry representative - Mr Jim Hope, Bike East

    Resident representative - Mr Mark Haldane

    Resident representative - Ms Paulette Barahona

    Resident representative - Ms Lily Liu

    Resident representative - Mr Terry Lustig

    Resident representative - Mr Paul Harapin

    Business representative - Mr Peter Schick, President Kingsford Chamber of Commerce

    Business representative - Ms Carmel Ellis-Gulli, College Director Randwick TAFE

    Business representative - Mr Shane Vincent, Belle Property Randwick



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