Contacts

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RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL

For emergencies on weekends and outside normal hours (illegal dumping, dog attacks, illegal parking)

99372450

POLICE

Maroubra Police 9349 9299

Botany Police  83387399

SYDNEY AIRPORT

Aircraft Noise 1800 802 584  Sydney Airport Community Forum

No Aircraft Noise community group

Current Aircraft Operations Statistics for Sydney and other airports

FISHING

Fisheries Compliance 1800 043 536

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Tides (La Perouse)

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Dob in a Litterer

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COMMERICAL/INDUSTRIAL NEIGHBOURS

Amcor(Odour Complaints) 9695 3535

Botany Industrial Park(BIP) Hotline  1800 025 138

Vopak (Bulk Terminals) 9666 4455

Elgas 8336 4300

Sydney Ports Emergency 24 Hours  9296 4000

Sydney Ports Navigation and Operating Information

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COMMERICAL/INDUSTRIAL NEIGHBOURS

Amcor(Odour Complaints) 9695 3535

Botany Industrial Park(BIP) Hotline  1800 025 138

Vopak (Bulk Terminals) 9666 4455

Elgas 8336 4300

Sydney Ports Navigation and Operating Information

COMMITTEES

RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL – link to Business Papers

LA PEROUSE PRECINCT

Normally held first Monday of each month (except January) at Prince Henry Centre, 7pm start.  See details

Rules of Precinct Meetings(download 84kb) Revised Guidelines December 2010

Randwick Council Consultation Guidelines (download 193kb)

MATRAVILLE PRECINCT Link to Correspondence, Agendas and Minutes of Matraville Precinct

RANDWICK CITY TOURISM COMMITTEE

Link to site

PORT BOTANY NEIGHBOURHOOD COMMITTEE

Minutes and other information.

ORICA COMMUNITY CONSULTATION COMMITTEES

Minutes and Reports of various committees.

COMMUNITY SAFETY PRECINT COMMITTEE (NSW POLICE – Eastern Beaches Command)

Minutes from 2007 onwards

The purpose of CSPCs is to:

  • Ensure Local Area Commanders are communicating to their local communities;
  • Encourage community partnerships to reduce crime and the fear of crime;
  • Develop local solutions to local crime in partnership with local stakeholders;
  • Improve public safety and reduce the fear of crime at a local level;
  • Raise understanding of the relationship between policing and crime reduction; and
  • Ensure Commanders take into account local community views on police visibility, police deployment and crime hotspots when deciding police tasking and deployment.


RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL TRAFFIC COMMITTEE

· The Randwick Traffic Committee is a Committee of Randwick City Council but not one set up under the Local Government Act.
· Council has been delegated certain powers, from the Roads and Traffic Authority, with regard to traffic matters upon its local roads. A condition of this delegation is that Council must take into account the Traffic Committee recommendations.
· There are four permanent members of the Traffic Committee, each of whom has a single vote only.
· The members are: the NSW Police Service, the Roads and Traffic Authority, the Local State Member of Parliament (for the location of the issue to be voted upon) and Randwick City Council.
· Randwick City Council welcomes the public to attend and speak at its Traffic Committee on issues of concern.
· If the Local Member disagrees with any of the Traffic Committee recommendations, they may appeal to the RTA or the Minister for Roads.
· If the Police or the RTA disagrees with any of the Traffic Committee recommendations, or Council’s resolution on any Traffic Committee recommendation, they may lodge an appeal with the Sydney Regional Traffic Committee for determination. The appeal must be lodged in writing within 14 days of the notification to the members of Council’s decision on the recommendation.
· Any action relative to any issue under appeal must cease until the matter is determined.
· The Sydney Regional Traffic Committee is chaired by an independent chairperson and submissions and representations are welcomed from all interested parties.