Building Safe Communites

We need to take responsibility for building safe communities. Council does this by providing facilities and building partnerships with the community that create opportunity. Rather than blaming someone else we need to ensure that respect is the hallmark of our...

Active and Connected Communities

Wagga is a rich, diverse and harmonious community. It is important that we respect that diversity and acknowledge the contributions to our quality of life that diversity provides. In planning and decision making it will be our priority to ensure a range of sporting,...

Our Plan for Clarence Valley

No mega port at Yamba A healthy dam-free Clarence Keeping the Northern Rivers free of gas mining Local biodiversity protection through full implementation of the Clarence Valley Biodiversity Strategy Sustainable employment and industry, including ecotourism and...

Our Plan for Glen Innes

Carol is standing for council to: Emphasise women’s perspectives in council decision-making Improve the quality of our water Advocate for small business and tourism Fix the roads and potholes Encourage Glen Innes to be a centre for innovative arts and artists...

Our Vision for Kiama

Kiama Greens Councillors, over 20 years, have earned the trust of the community when it comes to protecting the unique character of the region from inappropriate developments and over-development. We will continue the fight to protect our towns from over-development,...

Our Plan for Eurobodalla

The Greens team have identified several actions for the next term of Council, including to: Protect our water, our air, our forests, our coast. Stand against Arms Fairs in Eurobodalla. Support initiatives addressing domestic violence, homelessness and other social...

The Greens Plan for a better Blacktown

Sustainability Liveability Transparency The City of Blacktown has diverse, thriving communities. Our population is growing and local infrastructure is straining to cope. The Greens have a vision for the City of Blacktown – one that is more liveable, sustainable...

A 4-Point Plan for Port Macquarie

Protect our public spaces, foreshores and estuaries from encroachment by developers. Upgrade the area of and around the Plaza Car Park in Port Macquarie. Support local business in developing renewable energy and investigating cooperative enterprises including local...

Our plan for the City of Sydney

Convert council property into affordable housing A safe, fun and vibrant city Build more ferry stops and cycle paths A 100% Sustainable City by 2020 Protect vulnerable women Build more childcare centres Many of us who live in Sydney remember a time when this really...

Our Plan for Campbelltown

An affordable housing plan for new development Council accommodation for domestic violence services Protect wildlife corridors No high-rise without new infrastructure Refurbish the Animal Care Facility, with longer opening hours and more humane...

An affordable housing plan for new development

Campbelltown is experiencing massive growth, with large amounts of southern Campbelltown planned for development as well as redevelopment of existing suburbs. The Greens will work for a 20% public and social housing target in the plans for any new major development in...

Protect wildlife corridors

Campbelltown is home to unique wildlife, including one of the only disease-free koala colonies in NSW. Campbelltown needs planning for protected wildlife corridors, to keep our local wildlife safe and healthy.

No high-rise without new infrastructure

Campbelltown has seen an explosion of high-density development in the last few years, placing a strain on local roads and services. There needs to be a clear, funded plan for the provision of new infrastructure before any new high-rise units are constructed.

Our Plan for Sustainability

Blacktown can expect more hot days and damaging storms. Our council can take advantage of the clean energy revolution and prepare for the effects of climate change. 1. Review the current tree preservation policy and trial new programs to better manage Blacktown’s...

Our Plan for Liveability

Plan for communities, not profits People from across Sydney and around the world have settled in Blacktown, but our quality of life is threatened by traffic and bad property developments. 1. Spend an extra $500,000 per year on local shopping centres to keep them as...

Our Plan for Transparency

The Greens are committed to open and ethical local government. 1. Provide free access to public interest information 2. Begin web streaming selected council meetings 3. Implement a two-term limit for councillors 4. Publish councillors’ expenses and pecuniary interest...

Our Plans for Bellingen Shire

New ways of listening, sharing and working together Inclusive communities, from the mountains to the sea, through innovation, communication and leadership Vibrant town centres and waterfronts, with sensitive development and affordable housing Local opportunities in...

Our Plans for Urunga Seaboard

With the bypass & the antimony processing site remediation ending, new opportunities for Urunga and coastal villages are a priority. We need: Sensitive development Atherton Drive waterfront thriving Youth spaces equal to the high standard of adult spaces A tidal...