There is currently an opportunity to express your opinion on the draft State Planning Policies. Closing date for input is Friday 7 September 2018.
The City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters Council elections will take place in October/November, but the FIRST milestone in the process is the closing of the Voter’s Roll on August 10. To be eligible to vote, voters must be properly registered by this date. Continue reading COUNCIL ELECTIONS: Are you REGISTERED to VOTE??
Information on The Parade Master Plan and an opportunity to comment on it can be found at the following link:
Norwood Residents Association Next Public Meeting:
7.30pm – 9pm Wednesday 18/7/18 Don Pyatt Hall ( Norwood Town Hall)
Jim Dunk and Carol Whitelock presented petitions seeking reinstatement of the capital funding for the Norwood Library. The combined number of signatures was 1800. NRA thanks those people for their support action.
Mayor Robert Bria submitted a recision motion to council which was presented by Councillor Sue Whitington This was passed unanimously. Continue reading Council Meeting of 3 April Restores Library Funding
At the meeting on 3 April 2018, the Mayor, Robert Bria, put forward a motion to restore development funding for Norwood Public Library, in the Council’s Long-Term Development Plan 2018-2028. The motion was approved by Council Members. Continue reading Development Funding Restored For Norwood Public Library
Norwood Residents Association has lodged a petition of 408 signatures with Norwood Payneham and St Peters Council seeking reinstatement of capital funding for the Norwood library.
Jim Dunk will be addressing the Council at the Council Meeting Tuesday 3/4/18. He has been advised the presentation will early in the meeting which commences at 7pm.
This is a public meeting and your attendance in the galley would be appreciated.
YOUR NORWOOD LIBRARY – LET’S KEEP IT FOREVER!
We request that Council reinstate capital investment funding for the Norwood Library in the Council’s Long Term Financial Plan.
We have until Wednesday, 21 March to ensure that capital investment in our Norwood Library is retained in Council’s Long-Term Financial Plan, and you can provide your views by emailing
The next project for the Norwood Residents Association will be to lobby Council to reinstate funding in its Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) for capital investment in the Norwood Library.