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Community Consultations


Council is committed to delivering effective, efficient services that meet the expectations and needs of our community. Council recognises that equitable dialoague with our community, local knowledge, ideas and feedback are essential to ensure Council’s decision-making improves community wellbeing and long term sustainability.

Listed below are consultations, workshops and surveys where you can get involved in important projects that shape Lane Cove:

Current Consultations​Closing Date​Previous Consultations​Date Closed
Council's 2023/24 Draft Plans, Budget, Fees & Charges
07 June 2023
14 Gay Street
07 May 2023
​Proposed Community Assistance Grants to Community Groups 2023/24
20 June 2023
Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement 11-19 Holdsworth Avenue and 12-20 Berry Road, St Leonards
05 May 2023
Draft Managing Conflicts of Interests for Council-related Developments Policy
​25 June 2023
Liveability Census
3June 2023
Sustainability Review of Lane Cove DCP
01 May 2023
Draft Bushfire Management Plan
​18 July 2023
Proposed Local Environment Plan Amendement
16 April 2023
Bus Service Disruption in Lane Cove
Draft Social Media Policy
16 April 2023

Draft Media Policy
16 April 2023

Draft Modern Slavery Prevention Policy
16 April 2023

Name the 'Northwood Slope' Bushland
11 April 2023

Proposed Local Environment Plan Amendment 41 – Retrospective Subdivision of Certain Dual Occupancies in the R2 Zone
09 April 2023

Proposed Partial Road Closure - Berry Lane, St Leonards
07 March 2023

Draft Blackman Park Skate Park Concept Design
05 March 2023

Jean Mitchell Lucretia Baths Woodford Bay
28 February 2023

Draft Bob Campbell Oval Masterplan
05 February 2023

New Performing Arts Space
Workshop: 31 January 2023

Draft Community Engagement Strategy
29 January 2023

Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement - 26-50 Park Road, 27-47 Berry Road and 48-54 River Road, St Leonards
23 January 2023

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The consultation process ensures you have an opportunity to voice your opinions and be considered in decision making. Read our Community Engagement Policy.

We carefully design each consultation and develop a ‘Statement of Intent’ which includes purpose, timeframes, resources, the level of consultation and expected outcomes. This helps define the extent of the community’s influence at the beginning so that expectations are clear.

A range of consultation methods ensure that any and all stakeholders are provided with a reasonable opportunity to participate. 

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