The highest honour for excellence in NSW planning has been conferred on Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah councils, with SHOROC awarded the ‘President’s Award’ by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) at its annual gala ceremony last night.
Record transport and health funding for the SHOROC region was a hot topic of discussion at the meeting of NSW Members of Parliament and Mayors from Sydney’s Northern Beaches and North Shore.
“Today is a fantastic day for the northern beaches and north shore,” said SHOROC President and Pittwater Mayor Cr Jacqueline Townsend, welcoming the NSW Government’s $633 million Northern Beaches Transport Action Plan.
SHOROC and its partner councils – Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah – have been recognised as a leader of regional partnerships as councillors have come together again to plan for the future of the region. SHOROC won a Highly Commended Award at the Local Government Managers Australia NSW 2013 Management Excellence Awards in the Category […]
The future of public transport services across the SHOROC region including Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Mosman looks positive under a NSW Government bus strategy released yesterday. “This plan is a good first step, promising to provide faster and more reliable services by effectively introducing stage 1 of the much-talked-about Bus Rapid Transit system starting next year…
It’s been a big year and much has been achieved for the Northern Beaches and Mosman, highlights the SHOROC 2012-13 Annual Report released today ahead of the SHOROC AGM.
Bicycle information for NSW provides cyclists with a great range of tools and information, including the new tool Cycleway Finder, the Northern Beaches to North Sydney bike-friendly cycle route and 10 reasons to ride…
Progress update on planned new Bus Rapid Transit system and road upgrades
Partnering with the NSW Govt on regional projects & strategies
With less than 100 days to the federal election, SHOROC Mayors and General Managers met with federal members, Tony Abbott and Bronwyn Bishop to discuss major issues for the Northern Beaches.