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The Smart City concept, while well established internationally, has not been a focus for the City of Sydney. Cities like Barcelona, Singapore, Copenhagen, Toronto and New York are successfully applying data driven technology

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Safety is the foundation stone for a successful and vibrant City that attracts residents, businesses, domestic visitors and international travellers. It is the basis for economic prosperity and a thriving cultural and recreational

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The Sydney Start-up scene is a powerful and important driver for Sydney's economy. We currently have the largest technology and startup ecosystem in Australia, with 64% of Australian based startups living and working in Sydney. According

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The City of Sydney is a major contributor to the Australian economy accounting for 5-10 per cent of total GDP yet many local businesses feel constrained by red tape and seemingly arbitrary rules.

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Sydney’s late night economy is an important contributor to the City, financially and culturally. The City’s nighttime economy is estimated to be worth nearly $18bn/year. It employs more than 30,000 people. But many

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Parking is an everyday issue, which impact residents, business and visitors to the City. It is the thing we hear most about when speaking with members of the local community. Over the past

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The City of Sydney Council has achieved much in the area of culture and the arts. Angela Vithoulkas is excited to continue to develop creative expression and experiences in the City for a wide range

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There is a clear sense from people that Council is removed from daily realities in the City. People feel that senior local government representatives are out of touch and that they represent a

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Homelessness is a critical issue for the City of Sydney. While there are programs in place across the City, which have received the support of local government and do good work for people

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Council estimates that congestion costs residents and businesses $3.5 billion each year, which is forecast to swell to $8 billion by 2020. The accessibility of Sydney is linked to economic capacity and growth

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