Have Your Say

This page provides a full list of archived projects.

This page provides a full list of archived projects.

  • Unwanted Items on the Streets

    11 months ago

    You’ve told us you want something done about the unwanted items left on our streets, so we’re developing a new campaign focused on the issue and we’d love your input.

    You’ve told us you want something done about the unwanted items left on our streets, so we’re developing a new campaign focused on the issue and we’d love your input.

  • Clean Up Service Review

    9 months ago

    Have you ever put your unwanted household items on the street, in the bin room for collection, or seen someone else do it? We’d love to hear from you!

    Council is reviewing our Pre-Booked Council Clean Up Service and we’d like to know what you think of it and what you’d like to see in the future.

    Have you ever put your unwanted household items on the street, in the bin room for collection, or seen someone else do it? We’d love to hear from you!

    Council is reviewing our Pre-Booked Council Clean Up Service and we’d like to know what you think of it and what you’d like to see in the future.

  • Town Centre Christmas Decoration Grant Funding Program

    11 months ago

    The City of Canterbury Town Centre Christmas Decoration Grant Funding Program supports and encourages local business groups to decorate the town centres during the Christmas period in the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area.

    The City of Canterbury Town Centre Christmas Decoration Grant Funding Program supports and encourages local business groups to decorate the town centres during the Christmas period in the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area.

  • Local Orders Policy

    8 months ago

    Council has resolved to publicly exhibit the Local Orders Policy.

    This Policy provides a framework for Council to manage its enforcement functions in regard to the keeping of animals, public health and environmental protection. It provides criteria that Council will take into consideration when determining whether to issue an Order pursuant to Section 124 of the Local Government Act 1993

    Council has resolved to publicly exhibit the Local Orders Policy.

    This Policy provides a framework for Council to manage its enforcement functions in regard to the keeping of animals, public health and environmental protection. It provides criteria that Council will take into consideration when determining whether to issue an Order pursuant to Section 124 of the Local Government Act 1993

  • Ruse Park: Dog Off Leash Area

    9 months ago

    The City of Canterbury Bankstown is proposing to install an off-leash dog area at Ruse Park, Macauley Avenue, Bankstown, following requests from residents in the area.

    Council is looking to do this in partnership with the Office of Open Space and Parklands and is seeking community feedback. Works on the proposed off-leash area are expected to commence in the second quarter of 2019.

    The City of Canterbury Bankstown is proposing to install an off-leash dog area at Ruse Park, Macauley Avenue, Bankstown, following requests from residents in the area.

    Council is looking to do this in partnership with the Office of Open Space and Parklands and is seeking community feedback. Works on the proposed off-leash area are expected to commence in the second quarter of 2019.

  • Planning Proposal 10 Simmat Avenue, Condell Park

    11 months ago

    Council invites you to have your say on the planning proposal (PP_2018_CBANK_006), which relates to part of the site at 10 Simmat Avenue, Condell Park.

    The planning proposal intends to amend the Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2015 by rezoning part of the site from Zone SP2 Water Supply System to Zone R2 Low Density Residential, and applying a maximum floor space ratio of 0.5:1, a maximum building height of 9 metres and a minimum lot size of 450 square metres.

    Council invites you to have your say on the planning proposal (PP_2018_CBANK_006), which relates to part of the site at 10 Simmat Avenue, Condell Park.

    The planning proposal intends to amend the Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2015 by rezoning part of the site from Zone SP2 Water Supply System to Zone R2 Low Density Residential, and applying a maximum floor space ratio of 0.5:1, a maximum building height of 9 metres and a minimum lot size of 450 square metres.

  • Children and Young People Friendly Cities Survey

    9 months ago

    You are invited to do this survey to tell us about what it is like living as a child or young person in the City of Canterbury Bankstown.

    We are trying to make our City a Child Friendly City who 'upholds all of the rights of children and young people' under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (For more information visit childfriendlycities.org ).

    We would like to hear from children and young people in the area and tell us how you think we can do better. We also want to hear...

    You are invited to do this survey to tell us about what it is like living as a child or young person in the City of Canterbury Bankstown.

    We are trying to make our City a Child Friendly City who 'upholds all of the rights of children and young people' under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (For more information visit childfriendlycities.org ).

    We would like to hear from children and young people in the area and tell us how you think we can do better. We also want to hear from their parents, families, carers, and the people who work with them.

    Please complete the survey below that best suits your situation. If a question is not relevant click ‘does not apply’.

    Only completed surveys will be used for our research and be eligible to go in the draw for a chance to win a Westfield voucher.

    If you would like to complete the survey in an another language and you would like some help from an interpreter, please contact Lucy Stirton on 9707 5411 or Lucy.Stirton@cbcity.nsw.gov.au.

    If any part of this survey makes you feel uncomfortable or upset you can call the Kids Helpline 24 hours a day on: 1800 55 1800 or go to kidshelp.com.au for on-line counselling.

    This consultation is open until Wednesday 31 October 2018.



  • Councillor Expenses and Facilities Policy

    12 months ago

    Council has resolved to exhibit the Councillor Expenses and Facilities Policy.

    This policy enables the reasonable and appropriate reimbursement of expenses and provision of facilities to Councillors to help them undertake their civic duties. It ensures accountability and transparency, and seeks to align Councillor expenses and facilities with community expectations.

    Council has resolved to exhibit the Councillor Expenses and Facilities Policy.

    This policy enables the reasonable and appropriate reimbursement of expenses and provision of facilities to Councillors to help them undertake their civic duties. It ensures accountability and transparency, and seeks to align Councillor expenses and facilities with community expectations.

  • Salt Pan Creek Reserve, Whitmarsh Reserve and McLaughlin Fields Masterplan (draft)

    9 months ago

    The City of Canterbury Bankstown has prepared a long-term draft masterplan for Salt Pan Creek Reserve, Whitmarsh Reserve and McLaughlin Fields, Riverwood.

    The primary purpose of this long term masterplan is to guide tip closure actions in the near future and establish a long-term vision for future recreation opportunities for the site.

    The purpose of this public exhibition period is work closely with our community to refine this long-term draft Masterplan and, we also want to hear how you use the three reserves and how you think they can be improved in the future.

    Salt Pan Creek Reserve is a...

    The City of Canterbury Bankstown has prepared a long-term draft masterplan for Salt Pan Creek Reserve, Whitmarsh Reserve and McLaughlin Fields, Riverwood.

    The primary purpose of this long term masterplan is to guide tip closure actions in the near future and establish a long-term vision for future recreation opportunities for the site.

    The purpose of this public exhibition period is work closely with our community to refine this long-term draft Masterplan and, we also want to hear how you use the three reserves and how you think they can be improved in the future.

    Salt Pan Creek Reserve is a vast open space area, with great potential for future recreational, social and cultural spaces for the community. Whitmarsh Reserve offers considerable potential for environmental initiatives and McLaughlin Fields is currently used for organised sport.

    The residential areas around Salt Pan Creek are growing and this presents an opportunity for Council to work with the community to improve these spaces.

    Salt Pan Creek Reserve, Whitmarsh Reserve and McLauglin Fields are shown in the image and are located either side of the M5 Motorway at Riverwood.

    How can you get involved?

    You can share your ideas for future improvements to Salt Pan Creek Reserve, Whitmarsh Reserve and McLaughlin Fields and speak with members of the Master plan project team by visiting one of the community pop-up stalls scheduled to be hosted at:

    • the Riverwood Community Centre on:

      • Tuesday 18 September at 12.30pm - 2pm;

      • Wednesday 19 September at 5pm- 7pm;

    • the Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre on Tuesday 18 September at 12.30pm - 2pm ; and/or

    • the Riverwood Wetlands on Wednesday 26 September at 10am-11am.

    Want to be involved but can not make it to one of these sessions

    You can also share your ideas for future improvements to Salt Pan Creek Reserve, Whitmarsh Reserve and McLaughlin Fields by:

    • completing the online survey below;

    • by email to haveyoursay@cbcity.nsw.gov.au; or

    • by post to Mr Matthew Stewart, General Manager, City of Canterbury Bansktown, PO Box 8 Bankstown NSW 1885.

    This public exhibition and community consultation period for the prepared long-term draft masterplan commences on Monday 10 September 2018 and closes at 5pm on Friday 5 October 2018.

    The draft Salt Pan Creek Masterplan documents can also be viewed at Council Customer Service Centres and the City's Library and Knowledge Centres.


  • 89-95 Karne St North Narwe Planning Proposal

    9 months ago

    Council has resolved to exhibit proposed amendments to Canterbury Local Environmental Plan 2012 that relates to land at 89-95 Karne Street North, Narwee.

    Council has resolved to exhibit proposed amendments to Canterbury Local Environmental Plan 2012 that relates to land at 89-95 Karne Street North, Narwee.