The Committee for Sydney today congratulates the Greater Sydney Commission on the re-appointment of key Commissioners and the announcement of new Commissioners.
Eamon Waterford, Director of Policy said:
“It’s great to see the continuation of key Commissioners, who will provide continuity in leading the implementation of the strategic planning embedded in the Metropolis of Three Cities report.”
“The Committee recognises and pays tribute to the excellent work undertaken by Heather Nesbitt in driving the Social agenda. Heather has been a passionate and tireless advocate for rebalancing our city. We look forward to working with Helen O’Loughlin, particularly on solving the affordable housing challenges facing our city.”
“The Committee is also excited to welcome Elizabeth Dibbs and Peter Poulet as District Commissioners – both have experience delivering for our Central and Western Cities and will be well equipped to deliver the infrastructure planning our growing city needs.”
Notes for Editors:
- The Committee for Sydney is an independent think tank and champion for the whole of Sydney, providing thought leadership beyond the electoral cycle. The Committee aims to enhance the economic, social, cultural and environmental conditions that make Sydney a competitive, resilient and liveable global city. The Committee has a diverse membership with over 150 member organisations: including the major corporate sectors driving Sydney’s economy; strategically minded local authorities; key NSW Government departments and agencies; not- for-profit organisations; and leading arts and sporting institutions. Members help develop and deliver priorities, provide expertise and ensure a representative geographical spread across the greater Sydney region.