Merger Proposal - Mosman, Manly and (part) Warringah

Consultation has concluded.

The NSW Government has announced a Merger Proposal for Mosman, Manly and part of the Warringah local government areas, creating a new council for over 150,000 people. Following a period of community consultation on the proposal, a report will be prepared by the Government's Delegate, Mr Michael Bullen, and submitted to both the Minister for Local Government and the NSW Boundaries Commission.

What do you think of this proposal? Make sure your voice is heard.

The information on this site is provided by Mosman Council to help inform residents about the merger proposal, and to highlight opportunities for resident feedback during the consultation period. Residents interested in learning more about the proposal should refer to information provided on this site, as well as that provided by the NSW Government at www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au

Have your say

Public submissions may be made via the Council Boundary Review website or in writing (to Mr Michael Bullen, Delegate - Council Boundary Review GPO Box 5341, Sydney NSW 2001) by 28 February 2016.

If you make a written submission you need to include your name, address, contact telephone number and email of the person or organisation making the submission. People signing submissions on behalf of an organisation must also provide the name of the organisation.

The NSW Government has announced a Merger Proposal for Mosman, Manly and part of the Warringah local government areas, creating a new council for over 150,000 people. Following a period of community consultation on the proposal, a report will be prepared by the Government's Delegate, Mr Michael Bullen, and submitted to both the Minister for Local Government and the NSW Boundaries Commission.

What do you think of this proposal? Make sure your voice is heard.

The information on this site is provided by Mosman Council to help inform residents about the merger proposal, and to highlight opportunities for resident feedback during the consultation period. Residents interested in learning more about the proposal should refer to information provided on this site, as well as that provided by the NSW Government at www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au

Have your say

Public submissions may be made via the Council Boundary Review website or in writing (to Mr Michael Bullen, Delegate - Council Boundary Review GPO Box 5341, Sydney NSW 2001) by 28 February 2016.

If you make a written submission you need to include your name, address, contact telephone number and email of the person or organisation making the submission. People signing submissions on behalf of an organisation must also provide the name of the organisation.