Oxford Street & Paddington Working Party
The purpose of the Oxford Street & Paddington Working Party is to serve as a Working Party to Council to:
- Support and drive the implementation of the strategies, actions and projects under the Place Plan
- Engage with stakeholders
- Advise on the priority of specific actions and projects under the Place Plan
- Monitor progress and identify roadblocks to the implementation of strategies, actions and projects under the Place Plan
- Identify new opportunities for placemaking initiatives
- Make recommendations to Council for consideration on any refinements to the Place Plan that may be considered appropriate by the Working Party.
The Working Party reports to Woollahra Council's Environmental Planning Committee.
As Oxford Street falls partly within the City of Sydney LGA membership also includes representation from the City of Sydney.
The Working Party consists of the following Woollahra Councillors and other stakeholders:
The Mayor of Woollahra (ex-officio)
All Councillors (up to 6 Councillor appointments) from the Cooper Ward and Paddington Ward (for those Councillors who wish to nominate to be on the Working Party following an annual EOI process undertaken with Councillors. The Mayor will nominate the Chair of the Working Party.
City of Sydney Representatives
Up to three (3) Councillor representatives nominated by the City of Sydney.
Three (3) representatives being a landowner, a trader and a member of the Paddington Business Partnership and appointed by the Mayor.
Two (2) resident representatives nominated by the Mayor of Woollahra.
The selection of these representatives will be made by the Mayor in consultation with the General Manager and the Councillor members of the Working Party.
View the Oxford Street & Paddington Working Party Terms of Reference(PDF, 669KB)
For further information on the OS&PWP, please contact:
Manager - Strategic Planning and Place
Telephone: 9391 7000
Code of Conduct
All members of Council's sub-committees and working parties are required to comply with Council's Code of Conduct. To assist community representatives understand the Code's requirements, Council has prepared a Guide for Community Representatives(PDF, 544KB).