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Previous Issues of the Lane Cove Connection

 

2017

May - PDF and Word

April - PDF and Word

March - PDF and word

February - PDF and word

 

2016 

December - PDF and Word

November - PDF and Word

October - PDF and Word

September - PDF and Word

August  - PDF and Word

July - PDF and Word

June - PDF and Word

May - PDF and Word

April - PDF and Word

March - PDF and Word

February - Word

 

2015

December - PDF

November - PDF

October - PDF

September - PDF

August - PDF

July - PDF

June - PDF

May - PDF

April - PDF

March - PDF

February - PDF 

2014

December - PDF

November - PDF

October - PDF

 

 

 

 

 

For People Over 55

 

The Lane Cove Connection

Every month Council publishes a newsletter designed for people 55 years and over called 'The Lane Cove Connection'. The newsletter contains information about activities, events and services available to older people.

In the June 2017 edition you will find information on Men's Health Week, 12 – 17 June and the many activities and community clubs available to men in the Lane Cove area. There is also information about the how you can get involved in the 40 year celebration of the Lane Cove Plaza, information on the Guringai Festival and the list of organisations who will be on the Community Hot Desk in the Library during June and July.

Council is in the process of improving your newsletter so you may notice a few differences this month – if you would like to give your feedback, contact Council on 9911 3593.

This newsletter is now available to download as PDF and as a plain word document. To receive a copy of the Lane Cove Connection via email each month, sign up to the enewsletter

 

Would you like information about your service or group included in the monthly Lane Cove Connection?

​Lane Cove Connection is a monthly newsletter that provides information to seniors on events and activities that are held in Lane Cove each month.

If you would like any information included in the next edition please complete the application form by the 2nd Wednesday of the month.

Changes to the Assets Tests and Age Pension

From 1 January 2017 there will be changes to the way the aged pension is calculated and these changes may affect ongoing aged care fees. For more information about the changes and how they may affect you visit the Human Services website.

English Conversation Classes

Do you need help with English conversation or do you know someone who does? Would you like to learn with others in a small friendly group? The classes are held at the Library. Please see the flyer for more information

Seniors Parking Permit

Council has provided a number of designated 'Seniors' parking spaces in Council's car parks. To use these spaces, you must be a Lane Cove resident, at least 67 years of age and hold a current drivers licence.

To receive a Seniors Parking Permit complete a Seniors Parking Permit Application Form and bring your Drivers Licence and Rate Notice or Tenancy Agreement to Council for sighting by our Customer Service Staff OR send your completed Seniors Parking Permit Application form together with a photocopy of your Drivers Licence and a photocopy of a recent Rate Notice or Tenancy Agreement to Council.

Upon receipt of the Application Form and sighting of these two documents we will issue your Seniors Parking Permit to the address stated on the application form.

Housing Information for Seniors

During the Strategy for an Age-Friendly Lane Cove consultations Council was asked to provide information about granny flats/dual occupancies.

A Granny flat is a secondary dwelling which is a self-contained dwelling, is established in conjunction with another dwelling (the principal dwelling), is on the same lot of land (not being an individual lot in a strata plan or community title scheme) as the principal dwelling, and is located within, or is attached to, or is separate from, the principal dwelling.

A Council or an accredited Private Certifier can approve granny flats as a Complying Development (CDC) without the need for a Development Application, provided it meets the specific development standards in the State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 – see Division 2 Secondary Dwellings

For more information go to www.legislation.nsw.gov.au