The Northern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils is a voluntary organisation of local governments whose members are the Councils of Hornsby, Hunter’s Hill, Ku-ring-gai, Lane Cove, Mosman, North Sydney, Ryde and Willoughby.
NSROC ELECTS PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENTS FOR 2020
The NSROC Annual General Meeting was held on 7th November 2019, where the annual election of President and Vice Presidents were conducted. The Mayor of Willoughby City Council, Councillor Gail Giles-Gidney was re-elected as NSROC President, with Councillor Pam Palmer Lane Cove Council and Councillor Carolyn Corrigan Mosman Council appointed as Vice Presidents.
President Giles-Gidney thanked all member Council Delegates for continuing to working constructively together towards the common interests of communities.
For details of the NSROC Delegates see here
NSROC COUNCILS WARN EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY COULD CUT SERVICES
The eight Member Councils of the Northern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (NSROC) are collectively facing budget shortfalls from the unplanned and unexpectedly large emergency services levy, to fund the NSW Government’s measures to provide better workers’ compensation coverage for firefighters.
See the Media Release here Emergency Services Levy Media Release
NSROC RELEASES 10 POINT PLAN
NSROC is pleased to release our 10 point plan as approved at the Board meeting on 8th November 2018. This 10-Point Plan highlights the key areas where partnership with other levels of government has the potential to provide some innovative, efficient and effective ways to achieve our aims
In particular, this Plan supports the aim of NSROC Councils to improve liveability in the Northern Sydney region. A stronger partnership between our member councils and other levels of government can deliver positive outcomes for our shared constituents.
The proposed actions in this Plan which will help to invest in the future of our communities in the Northern Sydney region.
Find a full copy of the NSROC 10 Point Plan here.