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Have Your Say

Find Cumberland City Council consultations happening in your community and have your say on a range of projects, plans and policies that are currently on exhibition.

Welcome to Have Your Say

We invite you to view and provide your feedback on a range of Council projects, plans and policies that are currently on exhibition. Your feedback will help shape the delivery of Council services, facilities and programs.

To provide comment on any item that is currently open for consultation, click on 'find out more' to view the project on the Have Your Say Portal.


Have Your Say – projects currently open for consultation

Woodville Road Corridor - Proposed Planning Framework

Cumberland City Council is undertaking early consultation on land use planning for the Woodville Road corridor, and we encourage you to have your say.

Church Street, Lidcombe Exhibition - Planning Proposal

Cumberland City Council (Council) prepared this Planning Proposal in response to a request made by Urbis on behalf of Billbergia Pty Ltd (the Proponent) for land at 2-36 Church Street, Lidcombe (the site). The site is owned by the NSW Land and Housing Corporation, who seeks to redevelop the site.

Dog off-leash areas - Stage 2: proposed areas

At the Council Meeting on 4 March 2020, it was resolved to seek feedback from the community on locations for new Dog Off-Leash Areas within the Granville Ward.

Goods on Display - Amended Draft Policy and Guidelines

At the Council meeting held on 2 September 2020, Cumberland City Council resolved to exhibit the Draft Goods on Display Policy and Guidelines.

Board Street, Lidcombe - Proposed Road Section Closure

Cumberland City Council is giving notice that consideration will be given to the closing of a road under Section 38B of the Roads Act 1993.

Wyatt Park, Lidcombe - Proposed Grant of Licence

Have your say on the proposed Grant of Licence for Wyatt Park, Lidcombe.

Planning Agreements Policy Exhibition

Cumberland City Council wants you to have your say about the Planning Agreements Policy .

Get Involved in Cumberland's Youth Week 2021

Cumberland City Council is looking for volunteers to join the Youth Week 2021 Planning Team.

Stay Informed - find out about projects and works underway

Come along and have a chat with Mayor Christou at the Council’s stand.

Greystanes Sports Ground

Stay informed on the new playground installation at Greystanes Sports Ground.

Project Portal - information share and external links

The Project Portal will provide links to projects by the NSW and Australian Federal Governments, and third party projects which are currently on exhibition or open for consultation.

Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program

To improve Auburn’s liveability, the NSW Government has awarded Cumberland Council $27million to improve public spaces and begin the rejuvenation to enhance it as a place to live, shop and do business.

Merrylands CBD Infrastructure Upgrade

The Merrylands Infrastructure Upgrades consist of a series of storm water drainage infrastructure replacements, construction of new roads and other utility upgrades across Merrylands CBD.

Parks and Open Spaces

Cumberland has a number of ongoing projects in parks and open spaces. Stay up to date on the various projects listed here.

Chester Hill: Hector Street and Wolumba Street Bridges upgrade

Find out about critical structure works on the Hector Street Bridge, Chester Hill.

Granville Park Community Sports Pavilion and Field Works Commencing

Cumberland City Council is pleased to advise that work will commence on the Granville Park Community Sports Pavilion.

Share Your Stories - #ShopLocal

Cumberland City Council recently launched a key initiative to support the local businesses that are still trading to serve the community at this difficult time.

Connecting Cumberland Communities during COVID-19

If you have some ideas that we haven't thought of, please share your idea in our Community Conversations.

Do you have a question about Have Your Say?

Contact our Call Centre on 02 8757 9000 and ask to speak with an officer from the Engagement Team, or email us engagement@cumberland.nsw.gov.au

For a full list of current and past projects, visit the Have Your Say Portal