Category: Seat of Coogee

148 Brook Street Coogee once more under threat of demolition by developers – 23rd January 2019

UPDATE – The Randwick Heritage Action Group has now been formed by residents. It wants to save Coogee’s heritage buildings and extend the Dudley Street Heritage Conservation Area. Please consider signing their petition. Residents who value heritage protection for Coogee’s find old homes have until the 31st of January to make a submission for or …

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Residents outraged as ceiling and carpets stripped out of Coogee dwelling being assessed for heritage protection by Randwick City Council – 8th December 2018

Greens candidate for Coogee Lindsay Shurey has called on Labor candidate Marjorie O’Neill and Liberal candidate Bruce Notley-Smith to ask their party’s Randwick City Councillors to vote against an attempt to block heritage protection for some Coogee dwellings at this Tuesday’s Council meeting. The call came after horrified residents rang Greens Councillor Murray Matson to …

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Coogee candidate: Randwick Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey quits to contest the NSW state seat of Coogee – 24th September 2018

Popular local Mayor Lindsay Shurey is likely to poll strongly in the fight for the marginal seat of Coogee. 20

Repower Coogee supporters hold the blue line where a 7 metre sea level rise will be at Coogee Beach by the end of the centruary – 19th May 2018

Randwick Greens Councillor Murray Matson joined today’s event at Coogee Beach staged by Repower Coogee’s public push to make rising sea levels a NSW state election issue. “Bleached coral, heatwaves, bushfires, and floods. Our climate is changing and causing a raft of environmental disasters. It’s time to draw a line in the sand. Join us …

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Greens say High Cross Park light rail interchange movement a big win for community activists – 17th September 2015

Randwick Green Councillors Lindsay Shurey and Murray Matson have reacted favourably to this morning’s announcement that the State Government will move the contentious light rail interchange out of High Cross Park at Randwick Junction. Councillor Shurey was instrumental in responding to community calls for action to save the park with her “Fair Go For Randwick” …

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CBD to South East Light Rail: Council puts alternate site for High Cross Park interchange to TfNSW as Greens say “Park can be saved from the interchange and Council should get the Kingsford Markets site!” – 6th February 2015

As the NSW State election gets serious Greens candidate for Coogee Councillor Lindsay Shurey has renewed her calls for the light rail interchange to be moved from High Cross Park. A Randwick Council working group set up Councillor Shurey late last year has settled on an alternative site in nearby High Street that would also …

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Coogee Election News 2015: Greens candidate Lindsay Shurey on local transport issues -15th January 2015

Lindsay Shurey, Greens candidate for Coogee drew on the issues she has worked on as a Randwick City Councillor when replying to Southern Courier questions on local transport. “We need to invest heavily in a public transport system with integrated bike lanes. The Alison Road bike path must be preserved. Both major parties spend too …

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Coogee Election news 2015: Greens candidate Lindsay Shurey says St Catherine’s master plan should look to sustainability and compliance with Waverley LEP – 10th December 2014

“St Catherine’s master plan proposes building heights and FSR’s grossly over those set by Waverley Council, their community, and endorsed by the NSW government in the Waverley LEP 2012″ The school should start again and propose changes to their site which comply with the LEP”, the Greens 2015 candidate for the state seat of Coogee, …

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An angry Randwick Council ponders pursuing the NSW Government for financial reimbursement over street tree assets recently damaged by Ausgrid contractors – 7th December 2014

The excessive tree lopping of many Randwick’s street trees by Ausgrid contractors has angered Randwick Councillors to the point of considering legal action to recover costs from the NSW Government Greens Councillor Murray Matson moved an urgency motion at last Tuesday’s Council meeting seeking legal advice as to how such action could be pursued. All …

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Greens candidate for Coogee calls for election commitment by Government on Randwick Council efforts to move community rejected Light Rail interchange out of High Cross Park – 14th November 2014

“Prince of Wales hospital needs a light rail stop outside it and High Cross Park should not be used for the Government’s bus-rail interchange!” urged Lindsay Shurey the Greens candidate for Coogee this week. She is using her candidacy to step up the political pressure as her fellow Councillors work feverishly to find an alternative …

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