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Randwick City's Future

Consultation has concluded

Current situation

On 27 July 2017 the NSW Premier announced that the proposed Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra merger is not proceeding. This announcement follows legal action by Woollahra Council and Randwick Council to oppose the merger.

This means Randwick Council will not be amalgamated and will continue to stand alone.

Thank you to everybody who took part in Randwick Council's community consultation activities between 2014 and now. Your feedback has been vital to help guide Council's decisions on this important issue.

For more historic information refer to the Local Government Reform section on Council's website.

Current situation

On 27 July 2017 the NSW Premier announced that the proposed Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra merger is not proceeding. This announcement follows legal action by Woollahra Council and Randwick Council to oppose the merger.

This means Randwick Council will not be amalgamated and will continue to stand alone.

Thank you to everybody who took part in Randwick Council's community consultation activities between 2014 and now. Your feedback has been vital to help guide Council's decisions on this important issue.

For more historic information refer to the Local Government Reform section on Council's website.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Randwick City's Future Community Survey

    Have your say on the future of the City of Randwick.

    Residents, ratepayers and business owners are encouraged to complete this survey. Your feedback is vital to help us understand the community’s attitudes to council amalgamations and will help inform Council’s position and submission to the State Government. If you require assistance completing this survey, or would like to speak with a Council staff member in another language call us on 1300 722 542. Survey closes 5pm Sunday 1 March 2015.

    Have your say on the future of the City of Randwick.

    Residents, ratepayers and business owners are encouraged to complete this survey. Your feedback is vital to help us understand the community’s attitudes to council amalgamations and will help inform Council’s position and submission to the State Government. If you require assistance completing this survey, or would like to speak with a Council staff member in another language call us on 1300 722 542. Survey closes 5pm Sunday 1 March 2015.

    Consultation has concluded