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Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils Ltd
October 2016 edition - General news
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Navy blue WSROC logo with wave design within the O and words undernteath - Advocating for the people of Western Sydney
OCTOBER
WSROC President, Cr Stephen Bali.

Message from the President


It is an honour to have been elected President of WSROC, an organisation with a proud history of achieving results for the people of Western Sydney.

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Parramatta Council officer picking up litter during Clean-up Australia Day.

Funding continued for a cleaner NSW


WSROC has welcomed the continuation of the NSW Government's Waste Less Recycle More initiative for another four years.

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Shop.Cook.Save. event at Wentworthville Community Gardens.

Shop, cook and save in Cumberland


WSROC’s Shop.Cook.Save. program cooked up a storm at Wentworthville Community Gardens' Open Day.

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WSROC Board of Directors 2016/2017

WSROC welcomes new Board

Blacktown Mayor Cr Stephen Bali was unanimously elected as the new President of WSROC at its AGM this month.


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Tree that has had a branch removed. Copyright: Redstallion.

Tree trimming consulation part of wider review


WSROC attended a community consultation regarding street tree trimming run by energy provider Ausgrid this month.

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WSROC Project Officer speaking with resident at the Hawkesbury Show.

WSROC councils recognised for excellence


Western Sydney councils have collectively received 10 nominations for prestigious awards this month.

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WSROC in the news
Blacktown Mayor Stephen Bali voted in as new president of WSROC
Fairfield mayor Frank Carbone named junior vice president of WSROC
Traffic congestion in Blacktown fuelled by growing population, car ownership
Time we got serious on rail for Western Sydney
Badgerys Creek Airport will accommodate 1110 flights a day by 2063


For more stories on Western Sydney go visit wsroc.com.au.

Reports and discussion papers

Department of Planning & Environment – Environmental Impact Assessment Improvement Project
Department of Planning & Environment – Draft Medium Density Design Guide
Department of Planning & Environment – Sydney Olympic Park Master Plan 2030 (2016 Review)

Our projects


WSROC manages a number of co-funded projects and community programs on behalf of its members. Learn more about our current projects via the links below.
Western Sydney Regional Waste Strategy
Shop.Cook.Save.
Light Years Ahead

Important dates


Board meetings

  • Thurs 1 Dec 2016

General manager meetings

  • Thurs 24 Nov 2016
  • Thurs 2 Feb 2017

About WSROC


Established in 1973, the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) represents nine local councils in Western Sydney - Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Parramatta and Penrith.

With a reputation for considered policy analysis and bipartisan advocacy, WSROC brings a collective voice to those issues which are crucial for Western Sydney's growing population.

WSROC's ongoing commitment to the region is demonstrated by its joint procurement programs, co-funded project work and shared community activities.
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