We aim to increase the supply of affordable and public housing and reduce homelessness across the City of Sydney.
Minimise resource use, reuse as much as we can and ensure the City is continuing to lead the way in tackling climate change.
We need to create an environment where Sydney’s businesses and local industries can thrive into the future and create employment opportunities. We can do much more to encourage Sydney’s continued growth and prosperity and opportunities for employment. Engagement with industry – from small independents and start-ups to global corporations needs to be a key part of decision making at Town Hall.
Ensure genuine public consultation, and start reflecting community participation in the Council's decision-making.
We will recognise and celebrate Sydney’s diversity and create an inclusive environment for under-represented groups.
Culture is in the DNA of our city. Protecting and helping this vibrant industry as we look to recover from COVID19 will be one of our core priorities.
We want to place community well-being, not just economic growth, at the heart of our planning system. Our vision is for a city that values community and cultural connection and equity in well-being across generations as much as the more traditional bottom-line measures like productivity and economic growth.
There's no reason why owners of well-behaved pets in Sydney can't enjoy the same freedoms as those in other major cities across the world.
Public trust in our political systems is crucial to upholding Australia's democratic values. We will make Council more transparent and accountable, so that residents and business-owners can see clearly how and why decisions are made.
As summers get hotter, everyone in our growing city needs access to places to meet, play, and cool off in the heat.