Current consultations

Give us your feedback on current Council proposals 

Randwick City Council values all community feedback, and we regularly seek community comment on our proposed projects, policies and plans. Our consultations are guided by our Community Consultation Policy. 

Current consultations

  • Randwick Development Assessment Panel
    We are currently seeking nominations for community representatives on the Randwick Development Assessment Panel. The principal function of the panel will be to determine local development applications (DAs) that are of high value, corruption risk, sensitivity or strategic importance. 
    Applications close: Wednesday 29 November 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. 
    Consultation period: Ongoing 
  • Light rail parking recovery plan
    Find out more about Council's plans to increase onstreet parking to help residents and businesses affected by parking loss caused by the construction of light rail.  
    Consultation period: Ongoing

Ongoing consultations

  • Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC)
    The Community Light Rail Support Plan Committee (CLRSPC) is a voluntary committee convened by Randwick City Council comprising resident and business representatives from across Randwick City. This website is a public forum for members of the Committee to discuss matters, ask questions and download reference documents. 

Other non-Council consultations

  • Revised draft Eastern City District Plan
    The revised draft Eastern City District Plan provides a 20-year plan to manage growth and achieve the 40-year vision, while enhancing Greater Sydney’s liveability, productivity and sustainability into the future. To have your say, view the draft plan online.
    Consultation closes: 15 December 2017 
Looking for another consultation? Check out our completed consultations page. 

You can sign up to receive notification of new consultations by visiting Council's consultation hub

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