Council consults regularly on matters involving the broad community, neighbourhoods, particular demographics or user groups. Consultation is included in every MOSPLAN program.
Notification of items for community consultation are posted on Council’s website and published in the Mosman Daily on Thursdays as part of Council’s Public Notices. Letters may also sent to relevant members of the community to notify them of developments.
Comment can be made in writing to the General Manager or via our online form.
|Open for comment||Closing Date|
|Beauty Point - Local Area Traffic Management||Friday 31 May 2013|
|Classification of Public Land - Mosman Bowling Club||Monday 10 June 2013|
|Reid Park - Jacaranda Way proposal||Wednesday 12 June 2013|
|Balmoral Resident Parking Scheme (Area 15) Survey||Sunday 16 June 2013|
|Pearl Bay Avenue - Trial closure of right-hand turns from 29 January 2013||Wednesday 31 July 2013|
- Any submissions (including personal information in the submission such as the identifying particulars of the writer) made to Council are deemed to be for the purpose of public process and will be available for public inspection in accordance with Council’s Access to Information Policy (PDF 197KB). Council will give consideration to the ‘public interest’ and requests for confidentiality by submitters in determining access to submission letters. However, the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act may, after due process, result in submissions marked confidential by the writer being released to an applicant.
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What would you do to make Mosman a better place?
We are constantly on the look-out for ideas that will help secure a great future for Mosman.
And we also recognise that good ideas can spark at any time – not just when we’re actively seeking community views, or even during normal business hours.
We wanted a space where residents can post, rate and discuss their big ideas 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A space where community conversations take place on the kinds of initiatives that will shape the Mosman of tomorrow.
Our Big Ideas forum seeks responses to the question ‘What would you do to make Mosman a better place?’ We want people to think creatively and innovatively about Mosman’s future, to share their ideas and to comment on the ideas of others.
The ideas, conversations and ratings that flow from Big Ideas will help in the ongoing development of MOSPLAN, not just at a particular point in time but as an ongoing input to Council planning.
Big Ideas is live now. Enter the site here: ideas.mosman.nsw.gov.au