Minutes for the Coogee Precinct meeting on 20 April have been posted, along with Council response from the March meeting. Minutes and council response (where we have it on file) can be found at: https://coogeeprecinct.com/minutes/ Council responses are also posted on the Randwick City Council website at http://www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/community/community-consultation/precincts/precinct-correspondence
It has been a busy and productive year for the Precinct. We held 9 meetings to October. All were well attended with an average of 19 people per meeting. The first meeting was in January and set the tone for the year with three major agenda items that have continued as active issues through the […]
2013 has been a very busy year for the Precinct and one that has been very fulfilling. We have held 11 Precinct meetings since the last AGM all well attended. Despite the rotten wet and windy weather on several of our meeting nights we have averaged 12 attendees per meeting. The Precinct Coordinator Amanda Mather […]
We have held 10 monthly Precinct meetings since the last AGM. Attendance has averaged 15 precinct members per meeting. In addition we have been pleased that Councillors have attended each meeting as have residents from nearby streets and other parts of Randwick. In February we welcomed the new Precinct Coordinator Amanda Mather who took over […]
Welcome to Coogee Precinct’s new website. Here you will find the latest agenda, past minutes, responses from Randwick City Council, recent news, hot topics, upcoming Precinct events, and much much more. If you would like to be involved, we meet at 7.30pm each third Monday of the month at Council Community Hall, 97R Brook Street, Coogee. See […]
Here you will find the latest agenda, past minutes, responses from Randwick City Council, recent news, hot topics, upcoming Precinct events, and much much more.
Congratulations to all our new Councillors. For the East Ward: Brendan ROBERTS, Tony BOWEN and Murray MATSON and for the North Ward: Kathy NIELSEN, Lindsay SHUREY and Kiel SMITH. We hope to have you join us at our next Precinct meeting as we all work together to improve local community and environmental outcomes.
Early photographs of Coogee Bay Road show the shop level facades that are still in place today many painted in such a way as to enhance the heritage look, adding further to the village feel of Coogee. The historian Grace Karskens talks about the Coogee Bay Hotel as being one of the few Victorian seaside hotels that […]