Category: Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey

Rescission motion fails to prevent the adoption of the new Edgecumbe Estate Heritage Conservation Area in Coogee

A rescission motion from dissident Councillors against the setting up of a new heritage conservation area running contiguously from 37 Dudley Street to 152 Brook Street was voted down at Tuesday night’s extraordinary Randwick City Council meeting. The adopting of the new heritage protections has been championed by East Ward Greens Councillor Murray Matson and …

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Greens Councillors Murray Matson and Lindsay Shurey: lively debate expected at Randwick Council meeting on proposal to create new Heritage Conservation Area in Coogee – 17th September 2019

UPDATE: 18th September 2019 Last night Randwick City Councillors voted to create the Edgecumbe Estate heritage conservation area in Coogee along Dudley and Brooks Streets and specifically identify a number of dwellings within the area as local heritage items. After the meeting dissenting Councillors Anthony Andrews (independent), Alex Luxford (Labor) and Harry Stavrinos (Liberal) lodged …

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Murray Matson: Greens Council motion to Local Government NSW 2019 Annual Conference – Financially stimulating the emergence of an effective waste recycling industry in NSW – 5th September 2019

Randwick Greens Councillor Murray Matson wants this year’s Local Government NSW Conference (LGNSW) to call on the State Government to allow Councils to use the waste levy imposed on them to fund domestic markets for Australia’s waste. Below is the full resolution to Councillor Matson’s “Financially stimulating the emergence of an effective waste recycling industry …

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Lindsay Shurey – Greens Council motion: Working towards a plastic bag free Randwick City Council LGA – 3rd September 2019

Randwick Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey is positioning her NSW council to become plastic-bag free. Below is the full resolution to Councillor Shurey’s “Working towards a plastic bag free Randwick LGA”  motion that she successfully put to the Randwick Council meeting of the 27th August 2019. That:  Consistent with Council’s commitment to reduce single use plastics …

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K2K – Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey: “people of Kensington and Kingsford deserve better” as NSW Department of Planning forces extra density into draft planning strategy and denies Randwick Council power to levy developers for needed infrastructure upgrades – 14th December 2017

Related article. K2K: NSW Government and local MPs must back Randwick Councils Draft Planning Strategy Against 25 Storey High Rise threats in Kensington and Kingsford-2nd May 2017 Randwick City Council Media Release – 14/12/2017 NSW Government chooses rampant over development over award-winning local planning strategy Thursday 14 December 2017 After 12 months in limbo, a …

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Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey has been elected as Randwick City Council’s only second ever female Mayor on Tuesday 26th September 2017


Agreement reached on how the Randwick City Council mayoralty will be rotated between 2017 and 2020 – 25th September 2017

Randwick City Council is expected to choose only its second ever female Mayor tomorrow night following local government elections that have boosted female representation in the 158 year old NSW Council from 2 to 5 Councillors. Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey will be taking the reins for the next 12 months after Labor and Green Councillors …

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Randwick Green Councillors to put forward plan to State Government for saving Maroubra Bowling Club site for community use – 10th March 2016

Can a sports club, Randwick Council, the RSL and the NSW State Government come together to save the beach side Maroubra Bowling Club from being sold off for residential development? Community meeting to save the Maroubra Bowling Club site. Thursday night, 17th March at 7:30pm Venue: Maroubra Sports Club! RSVP on Facebook event page. 20

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Greens Move to Secure Maroubra Bowling Club Site for Community Use – 9th March 2016

Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey will put a motion to the next Randwick City Council meeting urging the State Government to block any attempts by developers to have the Maroubra Bowling Club site rezoned for sale and development. The motion will also suggest that the Government back up this refusal to change the use of the …

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High Cross Park and the CSELR: How the Battle to Save It From a Light Rail Interchange Was Won – 18th September 2015

The saving of Randwick’s High Cross Park is a story of an organised community campaign and its local Council putting money and resources into working positively with the State Government to scope out an alternative light rail interchange site. It has little to do with the input of State MP’s. The heroes of this weeks’ announced change …

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