Draft De-amalgamation Business Case – have your say

Monday 4 July 2022

At the election on 4 December 2021 a non-binding poll was held regarding the potential de-amalgamation of Inner West Council and the results were that 62.49% of voters asked for a de-amalgamation.

Council is now preparing a business case for the NSW Minister for Local Government to make a final decision on the de-amalgamation. Only the NSW Government has the power to de-amalgamate Council.

To inform the proposal Council wants to hear your views on which options for service provision under a de-amalgamated model are preferred by the community

Council has prepared a draft business case for community consultation which is open until Sunday 31 July.

All households will receive a summary in their letterbox shortly.

View the full draft business case at Council's service centres or website, or at Balmain, Haberfield, Marrickville and St Peters libraries.

Attend an online forum Thursday 21 July 6pm -7.30pm, and tell us your thoughts by completing a survey.

Go to innerwest.nsw.gov.au/Deamalgamation

The outcome of the community consultation will be reported to Council Meeting for further consideration. Only the NSW Government has the power to de-amalgamate Council.

For media enquiries, contact Elizabeth Heath, Media and Communications Coordinator, 9392 5334 or Elizabeth.Heath@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

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