Feedback on current Council proposals
Randwick City Council values community feedback, and we regularly seek community comment on our proposed projects, policies and plans.
Our consultations are hosted on our Your Say Randwick website where you can register to receive updates.
The way that Council consults with our local community is guided by Council's Community Engagement Strategy. Randwick City Council recognises the important role that community participation and engagement plays in helping the community have a voice in Council decision-making.
- 2023 Australian Liveability Census
Survey closes: 30 June 2023
The 2023 Australian Liveability Census provides a unique opportunity for our community to have their say on the issues that matter most to us in our local neighbourhoods. Whether it's more shops, parking, access to green spaces, or improving public safety, your voice will help guide decision making and contribute to national research regarding liveability. All participants will have the chance to win one of 50 x $100 vouchers!
- Malabar Pool Amenities concept plan
Feedback open: 29 May to 9am, 26 June 2023
Randwick City Council is proposing to build an accessible amenities building for the users of Malabar Ocean Pool and the Coastal Walkway. View the concept plan and share your thoughts.
- Play Space Strategy
Feedback open: 15 May to 9am, 13 June 2023
What makes a great play space and where should we build new play spaces for children of all ages across Randwick City?
Development applications on exhibition
- Search current development applications on exhibition in Randwick City by using our DA Tracking tool or on the Development Application notices page
Consultations by other authorities
Randwick Council publishes notification of the following community consultations run by other authorities for the information of our local community. Please note these are not Randwick Council consultations.
- Randwick Barracks Housing and Accommodation Development
Australian Government Defence is planning to develop housing and accommodation for Defence members and their families posted to Sydney at the Randwick Barracks, Bundock Street Randwick. The development at Randwick Barracks is being managed across two projects:
1. The Sydney LIA Precinct Development which will provide 991 contemporary one-bedroom accommodation units for Defence Force personnel on the eastern side of Randwick Barracks
2. The Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment which will supply 62 low-density houses for Defence families on Bundock Street.
To learn more about the planned housing and accommodation developments visit the Australian Government Defence website.
Our consultation approach is directed by our Community Participation Plan.