Yesterday, I was interviewed by Karl Stefanovic about an article that appeared in the Wentworth Courier focusing on the City of Sydney hiring private detectives to monitor the activities of staff who were reportedly leaving work when they were supposed to be on shift. To listen to the audio, click here.
A restaurant that is part of a new development on Cleveland Street, Redfern, will become the first business that must develop, implement and report annually about its customers travel patterns and movements following the passing of a Development Application (DA) containing a Green Travel Plan by the City of Sydney Council on Monday night. ‘This […]
I am pleased to announce that the notice of motion was passed down via council last night. Please see the notes below. (A) Council note: (i) development proposal site notices must be clearly displayed on each site; (ii) the method of displaying development proposal site notices usually […]
Councillor and business owner Angela Vithoulkas says it time for Clover Moore to step down after announcing her plans to run for Sydney Lord Mayor in 2016. After losing her first election for the city’s top job in 2012, Cr Vithoulkas said she was ready for a second crack at the demanding role, thanks to […]
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LORD Mayor Clover Moore’s $16 million plan to open a Taylor Square coffee shop for bicycle riders is the last straw for Angela Vithoulkas. The cafe owner and one-term city councillor is launching her own political party, Sydney Matters, designed to end Ms Moore’s 11-year stranglehold on Town Hall — and she’s looking for civic-minded […]
The light rail construction schedule has now been released. I was asked by the Daily Telegraph to comment about disruptions to business along the construction route. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/light-rail-will-cause-year-of-disruption/story-fni0cx12-1227372370192
Yesterday I appeared on Steve Price’s show on 2GB to talk about plans to introduce new bike paths. To listen, click here.
Shadow Minister for Transport Ryan Park has renewed calls for Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to release the construction schedule of the CBD and South East Light Rail. The project, which is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in the world, is set to begin around this Spring and will have a major affect on traffic […]
My comments about the impact of light rail construction in The Daily Telegraph – read more