Council regroups after Land and Environment Court rejection

Ku-ring-gai councillors and staff have begun discussing possible proposals for a way forward following the Land and Environment Court’s rejection of its LEP.   Mayor Ian Cross said councillors had a constructive briefing on the case and its impacts on Tuesday night, and he planned to hold talks with the State Government in coming days. […]

Ku Ring Gai look at deals sought on UTS site

Plans for a major redevelopment of the UTS Lindfield campus are progressing with Ku-ring-gai Council and Defence Housing Australia negotiating an agreement for the delivery of community infrastructure on the site.         In 2008, the New South Wales Government approved under its Part 3A State significant provisions a major project for the site including 345 […]

Council building powered by the sun

A solar panel system has been installed on the roof of Ku-ring-gai Council’s administration building on Bridge St Pymble, as part of a plan to improve energy efficiency at council-owned sites.   Mayor Ian Cross said the 108 panels will produce around 25,000 kilowatts of renewable energy per year – the equivalent of taking more […]

Ku-ring-gai hit by copper thieves

  By Lilia Guan   Ku-ring-gai Council has been three times hit by thieves stealing copper from its underground cables in its sports field.   The Sydney-based council had hundreds of metres of cable have been stolen from three fields over the past two weeks; Barra Brui Oval, St Ives; Lindfield Oval 2 and Allan […]

Ku-ring-gai demands planning and development action

Ku-ring-gai Council has written to State Coalition leader Barry O’Farrell and other political leaders seeking swift action on a range of planning and development issues following the March 26 election.   Mayor Ian Cross said the letter requested; the winding up of the Ku-ring-gai Planning Panel; the scrapping of the Part 3A State Significant development […]


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