Major Council projects, including changes to plans for George Street

We have uploaded the presentation provided by NPSP staff.  You can find it by clicking here.

We’ve not uploaded the flythrough for the Payneham swimming pool upgrade, but that can be found on the project’s page on the Council’s website:

Sorry that it has taken so long to upload the presentation.  There might have been changes to the projects since then.  If you want to keep up to date, go to the major projects page on the Council website.

Also, there were reports on major projects at the 22 August and 5 September 2022 Council meetings. You can find these on the agendas and minutes page of the Council website.

The information in these reports is more up to date than that which was provided at the NRA meeting on 27 July. For example, there is an update on The Parade and George Street in the 5 September 2022 agenda.

Below are images of the plans for George Street. The top one is from the July presentation to the Association. The bottom one is slightly updated, and has been taken from the September agenda to Council.

George Street plan, from July presentation to NRA
George Street plan, from September NPSP Council agenda

Annual General Meeting

Our next meeting will incorporate our AGM preceded by a talk by council staff on spending/budgets. All are welcome. Members are reminded that their annual fees are now due. Please pay via bank transfer (see ) or cash/eftpos at the AGM.
If you are not a member please consider joining on the night.

Venue: Don Pyatt Hall, George St
Date: Wednesday, 27th July at 7:30pm

Candidates for the federal election

To help you choose how to vote, we have gathered the following information from the Australian Electoral Commission’s website, as well as candidate and party website. Click on the links to find out more.

Alexander ALLWOODRetired/unemployedPauline Hanson’s One Nation
Sonja BARAMFamily therapistAustralian Labor Party
Inty ELHAMChiropractor/ businesswomanDrew Pavlou Democratic Alliance
Angela FULCOWall and floor tilerAustralian Progressives
Stephen GRANTBusiness CEO/ founderUnited Australia Party
Katie McCUSKEROffice managerAustralian Greens
Thomas McMAHONStorepersonLiberal Democratic Party
Kathy SCARBOROUGHWaste analysis and educationAustralian Federation Party
Chris SCHMIDTCarerTNL [formerly The New Liberals]
David SHERLOCKPersonal trainerAnimal Justice Party
James STEVENSMPLiberal Party of Australia 

Meet the Candidates for Sturt

Wednesday 4 May at 7:30pm
Don Pyatt Hall, George Street, Norwood
Forget all those leaflets in your letterbox, come to this free public forum to meet the candidates in person!

Don’t miss this rare chance to hear from the candidates who want to represent you in the federal seat of Sturt. You’ll also be given a chance to ask questions about the issues you care about.

Participating in the event will be Sonja Baram from the Labor party, Inty Elham from the Democratic Alliance, Stephen Grant from United Australia, Katie McCusker from the Greens and  James Stevens MP from the Liberal party.

Audience members will be invited to ask questions from the floor following a short presentation from each candidate.

The forum is hosted by the volunteers of your local residents’ associations. They not only advocate for your community but hold many social and cultural events as well! New members are always welcome:Kensington Residents’ Association:
Kent Town Residents’ Association:
Norwood Residents’ Association:
St Peters Residents’ Association:
Here are some useful details for the forum: The event is free but registrations are required due to limited seating.
Free refreshments will be provided at the end of the forum.
The Don Pyatt Hall is located behind the Norwood Town Hall, via the entrance of the Norwood Concert Hall on George Street.
Free parking is available in the nearby Webb Street car park.
The map and other info for the Sturt electorate can be found here:
Be quick to register as capacity is limited. Go to: