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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:

Proposed demolitions of 73 and 75 William Street

You may have had a flyer in your letter box about the proposed demolition and replacement of adjoining houses at 73 and 75 William Street. 

Click on each image below to be taken to the real estate listing, to see what is proposed to be destroyed. We understand that the owners of 73 prefer not demolish the home, and would consider not doing so if they were to be provided with on-street parking that they say would be impossible to provide if the current building is retained.

73 William St

75 William St

We have also provided links to the development applications.  Click on the images below to be taken to them. 

73 William St proposal

75 William St proposal

It is concerning to see that the only reason that there has been public notification about the proposed demolition because it is proposed that they be replaced with two storey buildings.  If they were to be replaced with single storey buildings there would be no notification, despite the destruction of houses over 100 years old, in good condition.