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Construction Hours

New rules introduced by the NSW Government allow construction sites to operate on weekends and public holidays.

The rules are intended to allow workers to abide by social distancing rules while keeping construction projects progressing by spreading building work across more days of the week. The announcement was made on 2 April.

The Environmental Planning and Assessment (COVID-19 Development – Construction Work Days) Order 2020 is now in place and will continue until the COVID-19 pandemic is over, or the advice of NSW Health changes.

Demolition and building work is permitted on a Saturday, Sunday and public holiday provided:

  • The development has consent
  • Comply with all conditions of consent other than conditions that relate to hours of work or operation on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, and
  • For work or operation on Saturday, Sunday or public holiday - must
    • Comply with the conditions of  the consent that restrict the hours of work or operation on any other days as if the conditions applied to work or operation on a Saturday, Sunday or Public Holiday
    • Not involve the carrying out of rock breaking, rock hammering, sheet piling, pile driving or similar activities during the hours of work that would not be normally permitted but for this Order.
    • Take all appropriate and reasonable measures to minimise noise.

Find out more.

Changes to Services

Please find important information from Council below relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus):

Council Building Closed

Due to the escalation COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Civic Centre is now closed to the public.

Council has suspended all walk-in services at the Civic Centre, 48 Longueville Road Lane Cove, including Customer Service, Planning Advice and Justice of the Peace Services.

Council services are available online, by email or phone 9911 3555. 

Council Facilities and Playgrounds Closed

Based on the direction from the Prime Minister, the following public places are closed to the public until further notice:


  • All playgrounds, basketball courts, skate parks, cricket nets and outside gyms - closed

  • Greenwich Baths - closed

  • Greenwich Library - closed

  • Lane Cove Aquatic Centre - closed

  • Lane Cove Community Nursery - closed

  • Synergy Youth Centre - closed

  • All Council halls - closed

  • Lane Cove Library - closed. Library to Your Door and the Home Library Service will continue to operate as normal which provides for books, magazines, DVDs and audiobooks to be delivered directly to your home. Information on loans and renewals will be available on the Library website.

  • Tennis courts - tennis courts will reopen from 7:00am Friday 3 April. Please check with your local club. Tennis clubs to follow the below guidelines.

  1. Maximum of two people per court, i.e. singles only
  2. Casual court hire and one-on-one coaching only
  3. Hand-sanitiser and / or wipes must be available at all main contact points. Clubhouse and amenities (toilets, showers and changerooms) closed.

  • Golf courses - Lane Cove Golf Course will reopen from 7:00am Friday 3 April. The following guidelines must be adhered to.

  1. Maximum of two players per flight
  2. One-on-one coaching only
  3. Hand-sanitiser and / or wipes must be available at all main contact points. Clubhouse and amenities (toilets, showers and changerooms) closed.

Other services and facilities

Kindy Cove Child Care Centre: remains open.

Customer Service and Justice of the Peace Services: Council has suspended walk-in services at the Civic Centre. Council services are available online, by email or phone 9911 3555.

Garbage collection start times: due to staffing arrangements and to ensure your garbage is collected, garbage collection will start approximately 60-90 minutes earlier in some areas commencing this week, for example 5:00am start instead of 6:00am. Most of these earlier starts will commence on or near major arterial roads. Your understanding of any inconvenience during this time is appreciated.

Lane Cove Plaza: Council has arranged extra cleaning in the Plaza and is encouraging social distancing with new signs.

Our contracted service providers continue to operate and have plans in place to deal with changes: Council has communicated with its providers of essential services such as waste contractors and we are comfortable with their level of preparedness.

Sydney Community Services: Council is liaising with local organisation Sydney Community Services to ensure they can continue to provide essential services to people in need in our area and also to ensure any isolated members of the community can still access these services. For more information phone Sydney Community Services on 9427 6425 from Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm.

Call for donations: Sydney Community Services is asking for donations to supply urgent items to vulnerable housebound people in our local area. Items needed include toilet paper, non-perishable food such as pasta, rice, tinned vegetables, tinned fruit, tinned soups, tuna, beans, sugar, tea, coffee, cereals, long life milk and personal hygiene products. Donations can be dropped at Sydney Community Services, Ground Floor, 1 Pottery Lane, Lane Cove. Parking in Little Street car park, take the lift to ground level. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm.

Please remember to practice social distancing when outdoors.

Cancelled events

Council has cancelled all upcoming events until further notice.

DA Process

The following changes have been made to Council's DA Process in response to COVID-19 and the closure of the Council building:

  • All applications are to be lodged electronically via the NSW Planning Portal. Find out more about Online DA Lodgement.
  • A hard copy application can still be made if absolutely necessary but it is required to be delivered to an alternate postal address:

Lane Cove Council
12 Lloyd Rees Drive
Lane Cove West 2066 

  • All planning enquiries and more formal pre-DA applications are to be undertaken by remote means (email: or telephone (02) 9911 3555).  

DA searches in person at the Civic Centre are currently unavailable. Please use the DA Search and Enquiry tool on Council's website. If you require assistance, please email

Council's Development Assessment Team is committed to continuity of service during this time and appreciate your co-operation with the above changes.

Report breaches to Crime Stoppers

It is an offence not to adhere to the Public Health order. Crime Stoppers NSW is the best and most appropriate way to report any breaches or concerns around people acting contrary to self-isolation or health orders. Crime Stoppers NSW can be contacted on 1800 333 000 or visit the Crime Stoppers NSW website.


Stop the Spread

NSW public health orders have been issued to protect the community and to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

You must stay at home unless you are going to:

  • work (where you can't work remotely)
  • school or an educational institution
  • shop for food and essentials
  • get medical care or supplies
  • exercise.

You may only leave home with a reasonable excuse, including to:

  • avoid injury or illness or escape a risk of harm
  • deal with emergencies or on compassionate grounds
  • access childcare
  • provide care or assistance (including personal care) to a vulnerable person or to provide emergency assistance
  • attend a wedding or funeral (subject to 5 and 10 person limits)
  • move to a new place of residence, or between your different places of residence
  • donate blood
  • undertake legal obligations
  • access social services, employment services, services provided to victims (including as victims of crime), domestic violence services, and mental health services
  • continue existing arrangements for access to, and contact between, parents and children for children who do not live in the same household as their parents or one of their parents
  • go to a place of worship or to provide pastoral care if you are a priest, minister of religion or member of a religious order.

 For more information, please visit NSW Health.

Report breaches to Crime Stoppers

It is an offence not to adhere to the Public Health order. Crime Stoppers NSW is the best and most appropriate way to report any breaches or concerns around people acting contrary to self-isolation or health orders. Crime Stoppers NSW can be contacted on 1800 333 000 or visit the Crime Stoppers NSW website.


Emissions Reduction Pathway

Council sets ambitious energy emissions and water use targets

Council is pleased to announce that on Monday 16 March, Council passed a motion setting ambitious targets to reduce emissions and water use, both within Council operations, and across the LGA. Emissions and water reduction targets underpin the strategies which will guide Council on an emissions reduction pathway and focus on actions which increase climate change resilience.

The targets are:

• Achieve an 80% reduction in emissions by 2036 based on 2016/17 levels; and

• Achieve no net increase in water use by 2036 based on 16/17 levels.

Council's total emissions represent 2% of the LGA's emissions. A significant proportion of the remaining emissions are from electricity used by the residential and non-residential sector. Therefore, it is imperative that Council establishes closer partnerships with these stakeholders to ensure the targets are reached.

To achieve these targets Council has identified 8 key directions:

1. Targeted Renewable Energy

  • Examine industrial sites and large commercial buildings across the LGA to establish opportunities, and support solar PV installations, in a minimum of three locations in 2020/21;
  • Implement a pilot project engaging large apartments to undertake an energy and water assessment to identify energy saving opportunities, along with an action plan.

2. Identify high-performance new building standards that are relevant for Lane Cove

  • Prepare a paper on possible higher BASIX targets, including those already endorsed in other LGA's and report back on the outcomes and opportunities;
  • Lobby the NSW Government to encourage mandatory higher BASIX targets for residential and commercial new buildings;
  • Introduce a program for residents to engage sustainability consultants and implement sustainability outcomes at the pre-DA stage;

3. Continue to deliver efficient Council owned, and leased, assets

  • Install a minimum of 100kW solar PV at the Aquatic Centre across the Grandstand and the main building in 2020/21;
  • Council to continue to work with Ausgrid to complete the LED Streetlighting Program by December 2020;

4. Investigate establishing a Low Carbon Precinct in the LGA

  • Review DCP controls and investigate increasing the NABERS rating of mixed-use developments to six stars and apartment ratings to a minimum of 5 stars;

5. Water conservation strategies

  • Identify opportunities for recycled water use in Council owned and leased facilities;
  • Promote opportunities available to residents and business to improve water conservation and recycling in partnership with Sydney Water;
  • Install water saving technology in the new 50m Pool;

6. Waste innovation

  • Implement the shared waste contract with business at The Canopy;
  • Use The Canopy shared waste contract as a pilot program and investigate additional shared waste opportunities across the commercial sector;
  • Seek to identify additional recycling and waste minimisation opportunities through collaboration with shared services with Hunters Hill Council;

7. Car use to public and active transport

  • Prepare a Sustainable Transport Action Plan (STAP);

8. Plan for new mobility 

  • Commence transitioning Council's fleet to Electric Vehicles by 2025 including purchasing up to two additional electric vehicles in the next 12 months.
  •  Develop and include an Electric Vehicle strategy in the DCP that mandates new developments include Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure;
  • Continue to install Electric Vehicle infrastructure in public places.

These key directions will be incorporated into the 2020-2021 Delivery Program and Operational Plan and a progressive target for 2024 will be included in the 2020 - 2024 Community Strategic Plan. The progressive target will assist Council to keep on track by including achievable short, medium and long-term goals.

Council recognises there is a considerable appetite in the community to achieve long-term success through sustainability and Council has a leadership role to ensure effective action is taken. Achieving these goals will only be possible through collaboration and partnerships with residents, businesses and State and Federal Government departments.


Wild About Lane Cove

You're invited to join Council's Wild About Lane Cove Photo Challenge from the comfort of your own home! 

Explore your home, backyard, garden or balcony to find one or more of the items on the list below. Then take a photo, upload it to your Instagram account and tag @lanecovecouncil_ and #WildAboutLaneCove to go in the draw to win great prizes!

Each photo uploaded and tagged is considered one entry. Enter up to ten times.

How many of these natural features and creatures can you find outside?

  • A native flower
  • A native bird
  • Life-giving water 
  • Something that feels soft
  • Something that feels hard
  • A small creature
  • Fungi or lichen
  • A close up of nature
  • A natural landscape scene 
  • An outdoor path 

Get the kids involved and see how many items they can find in the backyard, or if you are unable to get outside see how many items you can find from home. 

Remember to keep yourself and others safe by following current Government advice on social distancing, self-isolation and #stayhome. More information on local changes due to COVID-19 is available here

Terms & Conditions

Entries will be accepted between 1 April and 30 April 2020.

Entrants must tag @lanecovecouncil_ and #WildAboutLaneCove to be eligible.

Entrants' Instagram profiles must be set to public to be eligible to win. Council cannot view photographs uploaded to a private account.

The photographic subject matter depicted in entries must be located within the boundaries of the Lane Cove local government area.

Each photo is considered one entry. A maximum of ten entries is permitted.

Participants own the copyright of their photos. In entering the competition, the participant gives Lane Cove Council authority to reproduce, publish, communicate or display the work online (including social media), in presentations, videos, publications and, if selected, for public display at various venues.

Where possible, entrants will be credited with the photographs when they are used, however this is not guaranteed.

The winners will be drawn and announced in May. Maximum of one prize per Instagram account.

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Road Renamed

​Pursuant to section 162 of the Roads Act 1993 and in accordance with the requirements of clause 7(5) of the Roads Regulation 2018, notice is hereby given that Lane Cove Council has renamed the Council public road currently identified as Rosenthal Lane to Birdwood Lane being the public road further identified in the Description noted below.


All of the road currently identified as Rosenthal Lane at Lane Cove from the intersection of Rosenthal Avenue and Birdwood Lane running east-west from Birdwood Lane at a distance of about 45 metres.

Council Ref: SU7729
Enquiries: Evan Singer, Property Officer, Lane Cove Council
Telephone: 02 9911 3638

International Women's Day

​Thank you to everyone who celebrated International Women’s Day with Council on Thursday evening! It was a fantastic evening! A big thank you to the five inspiring female speakers from Lane Cove; Lai Coates; Norma Tracey; Bridget Kennedy; Nell Campbell and Jacky Barker, who all shared insights into their personal journeys and the events and people that have shaped their success.


Above from left: Bridget Kennedy, Jacky Barker, Nell Campbell, Norma Tracey, Lai Coates and Mayor of Lane Cove, Councillor Pam Palmer








125 years of Council

Council is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2020! We’re celebrating with new street flags on Longueville Road in April.

Lane Cove was officially declared a municipality in February 1895 and the first Council meeting was held April in a building which once stood on the site of Central Park on Kenneth Street in Longueville. To find out more about the history of Lane Cove, including the history of Lane Cove's Mayors, please visit Lane Cove's Local History.

We’re also marking the occasion with a special display in the Library showcasing interesting elements from the early years of Council.

Celebrations and activities will continue throughout the year. Follow Council on Facebook or visit our website for updates.

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Pavilion Upgrade

Council has begun a refurbishment of the Kingsford Smith Oval Pavilion, which will see the preservation of the 1925 building facade and elements, renovation of change rooms, new seating, a new pathway and a new accessible toilet. We apologise for any inconvenience. The upgrades are expected to be complete in July.

This project is assisted by the NSW Government’s Heritage Near Me Program.


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The 1925 Kingsford Smith Oval Pavilion prior to refurbishment 

50m Pool

Latest News - March 2020

The construction of Lane Cove’s new outdoor 50m pool and grandstand is swimming along nicely. Preliminary work has started on the grandstand and works on the building are expected to commence in late-March. Works are on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.

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Latest News - December 2019

225,000 litres of water have made a splash in drought-stricken Armidale! Trucks carrying the water arrived in Armidale on Wednesday 18 December with more trucks travelling north on Thursday 19 December delivering another 225,000 litres. The water has already been deposited into a water tank and a dam at Armidale Airport used by the Rural Fire Service (RFS) for RFS helicopters and firefighting efforts across Northern NSW from the Queensland border to Tamworth.

Council is currently in the deep-end of construction of a new outdoor pool, and as part of the site safety testing, the pool was required to be filled with water and emptied. Instead of disposing of the water down the drain, Council dived right in to arrange for the water to be accepted by organisations in Armidale, NSW. 

Read more.

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Latest News - 31 October 2019

The progress of Lane Cove’s new 50m pool is going swimmingly and works are on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.



Latest News - 11 October 2019

The new 50m outdoor pool is taking shape with the first third of the concrete tank, which will form the pool base, being poured today.


Latest News - 20 September 2019

The construction of Lane Cove’s new 50m pool is back on track after the recent rain. Concrete, which will form part of the pool base, has been poured and other work is on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.


Latest News - 13 August 2019

The commencement of the excavation of the pool, which began earlier this month, was officially marked with a visit to the site by Mayor of Lane Cove Pam Palmer and Federal Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman.


Latest News - 9 July 2019

The design of the new grandstand has been approved. Construction of the new 50m outdoor pool will begin this month and construction of the grandstand is set to begin later this year.

Latest News - 30 May 2019

A fly-through animation of Lane Cove's new outdoor pool and grandstand can be viewed on Facebook.

Latest News - 24 May 2019

The demolition of Lane Cove’s old 50m pool and grandstand is now complete. Council has appointed Crystal Pools to build the new 50m outdoor pool. Construction will start in mid-June and works are expected to take 12 months.


Latest News - 16 April 2019

At the Council Meeting on Monday 15 April 2019, Council accepted the tender from Crystal Pools Pty. Ltd. to rebuild the 50 metre outdoor pool.

A tender specification was prepared in March detailing the schedule of work, hours of work, safety requirements and reporting requirements. The specification outlined that the tender submissions would be assessed based on experience, project personnel, design and construct contracts and price. Tenderers also had to complete Council's Sustainability and Environment Assessment.

Each tender was assessed based on the criteria listed above and was awarded to Crystal Pools Pty. Ltd.  A timetable will be made available once the contracts have been signed within the next two weeks.

Latest News – 27 March 2019

​Federal Member for North Sydney, Trent Zimmerman has announced the federal government will provide $2 million towards the construction of Lane Cove's new outdoor pool. Earlier this month, Mr Zimmerman organised a petition and campaign for the federal government to provide $1 million towards the construction of the new pool. The response to this petition was so strong that $2 million has been provided. The new pool will include eight lanes (the original pool had seven lanes) and a boom in the middle will allow for the pool to be separated into two 25m pools.

Latest News - 20 March 2019

Council has received requests from members of the public who would like to remove their tile from alongside the outdoor pool at Lane Cove Aquatic Centre. The tiles were decorated in 1995 and have been affixed to the wall alongside the pool for the past 24 years. If you have yet to contact Council please note that the last opportunity to remove a tile will be this Saturday 23 March, 7:00am – 3:00pm. Please wear enclosed footwear and report to the gate on the Phoenix Street side of the pool. Anyone coming along to remove a tile does so at their own risk and must bring their own equipment to remove the tile under supervision of those on-site. The tiles are fragile and therefore there is no guarantee that your tile will be able to be removed in one piece or without damage.

The Development Application for the concourse was recently submitted with one more development application to come in relation to the grandstand. Council is currently anticipating the construction of the pool will take approximately 18 months however firmer details on timing will be known at the end of April once we’ve heard back from potential suppliers.

Latest News - 8 March 2019

Council will soon start the demolition of the 50m outdoor pool and grandstand which reached the end of their lifespan in December. From Monday 11 March there will be no access to the temporary car park on the Phoenix Street side of the pool as this is converted to a works zone. The pedestrian footbridge from Little Street across to Lane Cove Aquatic Leisure Centre will be temporary closed until late April. Pedestrians can still access the Aquatic Centre via the pedestrian crossings at street level on Little Street.

The following week from Monday 18 March there will be four to six weeks of noisy daytime works as both of the concrete structures are removed. Resident notifications will start next week alerting locals to noisy daytime works from 18 March for approximately 4-6 weeks while both concrete structures are removed.

During construction Lane Cove’s Synergy Youth Centre has temporarily relocated from underneath the pool grandstand to 47 Burns Bay Road (opposite Coles).

The Development Application for the replacement pool was approved earlier this week providing the opportunity for Council to now go to market for the construction aspect of the new pool. The concourse and grandstand development applications will both be lodged this month. Now that Council can go to market for construction we will soon have a clearer construction and re-opening timeframe for the community.

FYI the indoor pools at the Aquatic Centre still remain open with construction only taking place outside.

Latest News - February 2019

Council recently appointed project architects to oversee the planning and construction of a replacement pool and grandstand following the pool's closure in December 2018. The 50m outdoor pool was built in 1961 with Council planning for its replacement in the near future.

In early February 2019 Council lodged the first of three Development Applications (DAs) for the replacement of the pool. Thank you to members of the community who took time over the Summer period to provide their feedback on the future pool and grandstand. All comments were reviewed – some relate to aspects of the future DAs and/or operation of the pool and surrounding areas once constructed. As a result not all feedback will relate to this first DA.

The DA is for 8 lanes with an accessible ramp into the pool. It is expected that the works will cost around $3million and take approximately 12 months to commission and build. This first DA includes the pool tank which is the critical feature that allows Council to go to market for a specialised Pool builder. The following two DAs will relate to the concourse and then the grandstand/associated landscaping. It is expected that these will be lodged late February or in March.

Members of the community interested in looking at the DA are welcome to view the DA online using the number 10/2019 when prompted. The formal notification process for the DA commenced on 4 February 2019 with submissions closing on 17 February 2019.

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Winners announced!

Congratulations to Steve Mullarkey for winning the People’s Choice Award in Council’s inaugural Wisdom in Focus Photography Exhibition! This exhibition was part of the Lane Cove Seniors Festival and celebrated the stories of older people. Steve’s winning image is of a woman named Elinor, taken in Central Park, New York. Council is also pleased to announce two runners-up, Rosemary Williams for ‘Smile’ and Deana Mitchell for ‘Grandmother and Granddaughter’. Thank you to everyone who entered their photographs:

Alex Mattea
Alfonso Calero
Alexa Morgan
Carol Prasad
Christine Low
Dean Mitchell
Deb Shaw
Dzintra Neesa
Fabian Morgan
Greg Pointing
Irving Warren
James Kennedy
Virginia Lee
Jenny Blake
Jon Johannsen
Kirstin Campbell
Margaret Harburg
Margy Merewether
Miki Okawa
Raja Islam
Robyn Stutchbury
Rosemary Williams
Roy Lever
Scott Young
Steve Mullarkey

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Elinor, Central Park, New York by Steve Mullarkey

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Smile by Rosemary Williams

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Grandmother and Granddaughter by Deana Mitchell

Online Services

Residents can now access many Council services online! From today, Thursday 5 March, residents can save time by applying and paying for a selection of Council services online including:

• Private Tree Inspections
• Public Street Tree Requests
• Residential, Visitor and Senior Parking Permit Applications
• Reporting Missed Bin Collections

Residents can view the status of their request and receive email or SMS updates from Council. More Council services will be available online in the coming months. For online services, please visit:

New Bus Shelters

Lane Cove is now home to nine new bus shelters installed in the past few weeks. These shelters are the first stage of works which will see more than 70 new bus shelters installed or upgraded to meet requirements set by the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) over the next four months.

As well as new signs illuminating the location of the bus stop, the new bus shelters will provide improved undercover space for all users. Members of the public, including wheelchair and vision impaired users, will be able to easily and safely manoeuvre around each shelter.

Some night works will be required due to RMS restrictions for works on roads with higher traffic volumes, which prohibits day works on these roads. The new shelters will be set back further from the kerb which will improve manoeuvrability in front of the shelters. All shelters will be installed to meet the current Australian Standards and safety requirements.

During construction, pedestrian access and vehicle access to private driveways will be maintained with the help of traffic controllers who will be onsite to ensure safe passage for vehicles and pedestrians at times when footpath access is affected.

Two new bus shelters on Burns Bay Road near Fig Tree Street:




Clean Up Australia Day

A group of Council staff headed down to Blackman Park on Tuesday 25 February to participate in a land and river clean up for Business Clean Up Day! Staff collected more than 10 bags of litter, which included shoes, straws, bottles, tiles, cigarette butts and a mouthguard!

Council also organised a Community Clean Up on Sunday 1 March at Manns Point, Greenwich. Thank you to the 40 volunteers who assisted Council in preventing litter entering our bushland and waterways.

More than 11kgs of rubbish was collected, including 5kgs of recyclables, hundreds of cigarette butts and lots of fishing wire.

Staff Clean Up

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Community Clean Up


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Have Your Say

The NSW Government is currently undertaking a comprehensive review of the Impounding Act 1993 (the Act) and is seeking feedback from individuals and organisations.

The Act enables councils to deal with the impacts of abandoned items, such as shopping trolleys and vehicles, and stray animals.

A Discussion Paper about the review of the Act has been released for public comment. The Office of Local Government (OLG) is seeking feedback on whether the Act remains effective for managing animals and other items left in public spaces. This captures the impact of items like shopping trolleys, boat trailers, share bikes, abandoned cars, e-scooters and wandering stock.

Please provide your feedback before 5:00pm on Friday 20 March.

Have Your Say

There are two ways to provide your feedback:

1. Online via the Review of the Impounding Act 1993 Feedback Form


2. Print the Discussion Paper and feedback form from OLG’s website and post or email it to:

Impounding Act Review
Locked Bag 3015
Nowra NSW 2541

Where do I go for more information?

Policy Team, NSW Office of Local Government
Phone: (02) 4428 4100

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