Your Say Randwick

Welcome to Your Say Randwick! This site is your place to tell us what you think of our proposed projects and plans. Your feedback is important to help us make better decisions for the community.

Current community consultations

  • Architecture and Urban Design Awards 2017: People's Choice Award
    Do you have a good eye for architecture? Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award. To vote, view the entries and nominate the one that you think showcases the best design in Randwick City.
    Voting closes 22 September 2017


  • Draft Randwick Disability Inclusion Plan
    Have your say on the Draft Randwick Disability Inclusion Plan, which aims to remove barriers and enable people with disabilities to participate equally in their communities.
    Submissions close: 3 October 2017

  • Randwick Acts of Kindness
    An act of kindness can be an incredible force for good, improving the day of everyone it touches. We want to hear your heartwarming tales of goodwill from the local community. Share your story with us.

  • Light rail parking recovery
    Find out more about Council's plan to increase parking in streets near the light rail route. Information on parking changes will be available progressively as light rail work commences.
    Consultation is ongoing.

  • Car seat fitting survey
    If you've had a child car seat fitted using Council's free program, please give us your feedback on your experience!


Completed consultations

Looking for a completed consultation? Check the full list of Council's consultations on the Council website.

Please register so you can comment and we can keep you informed about upcoming consultations. You can also keep up to date on our activities by subscribing to one of our Enewsletters or by following us on Facebook or Twitter.

Other non-Council Consultations

There are no current non-Council consultations.


Welcome to Your Say Randwick! This site is your place to tell us what you think of our proposed projects and plans. Your feedback is important to help us make better decisions for the community.

Current community consultations

  • Architecture and Urban Design Awards 2017: People's Choice Award
    Do you have a good eye for architecture? Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award. To vote, view the entries and nominate the one that you think showcases the best design in Randwick City.
    Voting closes 22 September 2017


  • Draft Randwick Disability Inclusion Plan
    Have your say on the Draft Randwick Disability Inclusion Plan, which aims to remove barriers and enable people with disabilities to participate equally in their communities.
    Submissions close: 3 October 2017

  • Randwick Acts of Kindness
    An act of kindness can be an incredible force for good, improving the day of everyone it touches. We want to hear your heartwarming tales of goodwill from the local community. Share your story with us.

  • Light rail parking recovery
    Find out more about Council's plan to increase parking in streets near the light rail route. Information on parking changes will be available progressively as light rail work commences.
    Consultation is ongoing.

  • Car seat fitting survey
    If you've had a child car seat fitted using Council's free program, please give us your feedback on your experience!


Completed consultations

Looking for a completed consultation? Check the full list of Council's consultations on the Council website.

Please register so you can comment and we can keep you informed about upcoming consultations. You can also keep up to date on our activities by subscribing to one of our Enewsletters or by following us on Facebook or Twitter.

Other non-Council Consultations

There are no current non-Council consultations.


  • Have your say about light rail for Randwick

    about 6 years ago
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    Light rail to Randwick is happening! Randwick City Council has worked hard to bring light rail to Randwick and, thanks to the support of the community, the State Government is now in the detailed planning stages of the project. 

    Council has released a light rail support plan to reduce the impact of light rail on local residents and businesses. We'll be consulting thoroughly with the community on each of the components of this place. 

    Currently we want to know what you think about Council’s plans to acquire land on Rainbow Street in Kingsford next to the Kingsford 9-ways roundabout to create a multi-storey car park. Is car parking important to you and would this help local businesses and residents affected by the loss of parking from light rail? 

    Light rail to Randwick is happening! Randwick City Council has worked hard to bring light rail to Randwick and, thanks to the support of the community, the State Government is now in the detailed planning stages of the project. 

    Council has released a light rail support plan to reduce the impact of light rail on local residents and businesses. We'll be consulting thoroughly with the community on each of the components of this place. 

    Currently we want to know what you think about Council’s plans to acquire land on Rainbow Street in Kingsford next to the Kingsford 9-ways roundabout to create a multi-storey car park. Is car parking important to you and would this help local businesses and residents affected by the loss of parking from light rail? 

  • Coogee Town Centre

    over 3 years ago
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    This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part in the survey.

    Randwick City Council wants to improve and the beachside parks. We are asking all Coogee residents, ratepayers and business operators how they think we can improve these public spaces by completing our survey.

    This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part in the survey.

    Randwick City Council wants to improve and the beachside parks. We are asking all Coogee residents, ratepayers and business operators how they think we can improve these public spaces by completing our survey.

  • draft Budget and Operational Plan 2014-15

    over 3 years ago
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    This community consultation has now closed. 

    Thank you to all who took part in the consultations, made comments and sent Council a submission.

    Council adopted the 2014-15 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges at the Council meeting of 24 June 2014. The adopted documents are on the Budget 2014- 15 website. You can see the Council report on this atCouncil Business Papers

    We want to know your ideas on what we have planned for the coming year.

    Randwick City Council’s draft $158 million 2014-15 Budget and Operational Plan will maintain our... Continue reading

    This community consultation has now closed. 

    Thank you to all who took part in the consultations, made comments and sent Council a submission.

    Council adopted the 2014-15 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges at the Council meeting of 24 June 2014. The adopted documents are on the Budget 2014- 15 website. You can see the Council report on this atCouncil Business Papers

    We want to know your ideas on what we have planned for the coming year.

    Randwick City Council’s draft $158 million 2014-15 Budget and Operational Plan will maintain our record $32 million direct investment in capital works, which includes road resurfacing, new footpaths, parks and building upgrades across Randwick City. 

    Some of the highlights of the budget include $4.3M to build new public toilets, showers and changerooms at Coogee Beach on the lower promenade where the Lifeguard office is located, $3M to upgrade Coogee Bay Road and bury powerlines and $800,000 to extend the Coastal Walkway.

  • Fallen lifesavers

    over 2 years ago
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    This consultation has now concluded.

    Fallen lifesavers from Surf Life Saving Clubs across Australia are being remembered in a National Memorial to be built by Randwick City Council at Coogee Beach, NSW.

    Share your stories and memories, learn more about this important project and help us collect historic information about those being honoured.

    Tell us the stories of lifesavers you know of who have served and fallen in combat through our guest book.

    You can also share photos of lifesavers who served Australia through this site.

    This consultation has now concluded.

    Fallen lifesavers from Surf Life Saving Clubs across Australia are being remembered in a National Memorial to be built by Randwick City Council at Coogee Beach, NSW.

    Share your stories and memories, learn more about this important project and help us collect historic information about those being honoured.

    Tell us the stories of lifesavers you know of who have served and fallen in combat through our guest book.

    You can also share photos of lifesavers who served Australia through this site.

  • Child care in Randwick City

    about 2 years ago
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    This consultation has now closed. Thank you to all those who  completed our survey. The results will be used to lobby by Council to lobby for the child care needs of residents.

    We want to hear your experiences of finding and using child care in Randwick.

     

    This consultation has now closed. Thank you to all those who  completed our survey. The results will be used to lobby by Council to lobby for the child care needs of residents.

    We want to hear your experiences of finding and using child care in Randwick.

     

  • Ocean View Reserve Playground

    about 2 years ago
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    This consultation has now concluded.

    We planning to replace this old playground equipment with a newly designed playground and new play equipment. We want your feedback on the proposals.

    This consultation has now concluded.

    We planning to replace this old playground equipment with a newly designed playground and new play equipment. We want your feedback on the proposals.

  • Local Government Reform

    over 2 years ago
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    This consultation has now concluded.

    The NSW State Government appointed an Independent Local Government Review Panel in 2012 to investigate options for a more efficient and effective system of local government.

    In their Future Directions  report the Panel has recommended sweeping changes, including reducing the number of councils in metropolitan Sydney from over 40 to 15 through mergers and amalgamations.

    The Panel has recommended Randwick City be amalgamated with into a super global city council with City of Sydney, Woollahra, Waverley and Botany Bay Councils.

    Tell us what you think: www.yoursayrandwick.com.au/localgovreform


      This consultation has now concluded.

      The NSW State Government appointed an Independent Local Government Review Panel in 2012 to investigate options for a more efficient and effective system of local government.

      In their Future Directions  report the Panel has recommended sweeping changes, including reducing the number of councils in metropolitan Sydney from over 40 to 15 through mergers and amalgamations.

      The Panel has recommended Randwick City be amalgamated with into a super global city council with City of Sydney, Woollahra, Waverley and Botany Bay Councils.

      Tell us what you think: www.yoursayrandwick.com.au/localgovreform


      • Food scraps collection trial

        over 2 years ago
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        This consultaton has now concluded.

        We want to know if Randwick residents would support food recycling city wide. 

        You can tell us your thoughts on food waste recycling by doing our survey.

        About 40% garbage bin content is food waste and by recycling food waste, we can reduce landfill costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Food waste can be recycled as compost and used to generate electricity.

        Since November 2013, Randwick City Council has been trialling a food waste recycling scheme. Some 4,900 units participated and we have collected 22 tonnes of food waste so far.

        This consultaton has now concluded.

        We want to know if Randwick residents would support food recycling city wide. 

        You can tell us your thoughts on food waste recycling by doing our survey.

        About 40% garbage bin content is food waste and by recycling food waste, we can reduce landfill costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Food waste can be recycled as compost and used to generate electricity.

        Since November 2013, Randwick City Council has been trialling a food waste recycling scheme. Some 4,900 units participated and we have collected 22 tonnes of food waste so far.

      • What do you think about our plans for a new Randwick Playground?

        almost 4 years ago
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        This community consultation has now closed.

        We’re designing a new playground for Frank Doyle Park on the corner of Randwick and Gordon Streets in Randwick and we want to know what you think!

        Our draft plan includes a new playground with monkey bars, an outdoor ping pong tableclimbing netshade structures and seating.

        View the draft design for the playground and more in our library.

        You can also have your say in the forum and make a comment for Council to consider.

        Council staff will be at the playground on Wednesday 23 October 2013 at 4.30pm to talk with local residents and families about your ideas for the playground. Why not drop by and meet us in person?

        This community consultation has now closed.

        We’re designing a new playground for Frank Doyle Park on the corner of Randwick and Gordon Streets in Randwick and we want to know what you think!

        Our draft plan includes a new playground with monkey bars, an outdoor ping pong tableclimbing netshade structures and seating.

        View the draft design for the playground and more in our library.

        You can also have your say in the forum and make a comment for Council to consider.

        Council staff will be at the playground on Wednesday 23 October 2013 at 4.30pm to talk with local residents and families about your ideas for the playground. Why not drop by and meet us in person?

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      • Tell us what you think about Council's Draft Swimming Pools Inspection Program

        almost 4 years ago
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        This community consultation has now closed.

        Council’s draft inspection program aims to increase pool safety, particularly for children. The program focuses on the registration of all privately owned swimming pools on a state-wide register, and the inspection of some privately owned pools, to ensure that swimming pool fences and barriers are compliant.  

        All Councils in New South Wales are now required to implement swimming pool inspection programs, in line with amendments made on the 29 October 2012 to the Swimming Pools Act 1992.

        Please download and read the draft Swimming Pool Inspection Program and review the Frequently Asked Questions and have your say by providing feedback. The deadline for comments is 16 October 2013.

        This community consultation has now closed.

        Council’s draft inspection program aims to increase pool safety, particularly for children. The program focuses on the registration of all privately owned swimming pools on a state-wide register, and the inspection of some privately owned pools, to ensure that swimming pool fences and barriers are compliant.  

        All Councils in New South Wales are now required to implement swimming pool inspection programs, in line with amendments made on the 29 October 2012 to the Swimming Pools Act 1992.

        Please download and read the draft Swimming Pool Inspection Program and review the Frequently Asked Questions and have your say by providing feedback. The deadline for comments is 16 October 2013.