Nillumbik Shire Council Electoral Representation Review
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is reviewing the electoral structure of Nillumbik Shire Council and is seeking your input.
By law, every Victorian council must have its electoral structure reviewed approximately every 12 years to ensure it provides fair and equitable representation for all voters.
This review is called an electoral representation review and considers:
- whether the local council has the appropriate number of councillors
- whether the local council should be subdivided into wards or be unsubdivided and
- if subdivided, the number of wards, ward boundaries and the number of councillors per ward.
You are invited to take part in the review by making a submission to the VEC. Public input is a vital part of the review process, providing valuable local perspectives and knowledge. The VEC has prepared a submission guide to help in preparing submissions.
The VEC will also be hosting public information sessions for anyone interested in finding out more about the review.
The key dates for the review are below:
|Preliminary submissions open
|| Wednesday 13 February
|Public information sessions
7.30 pm on Monday 11 February at the Nillumbik Council Chamber, 14-34 Civic Drive Greensborough
7.30 pm on Monday 18 February at the St Andrews Community Centre Wadambuk, 35 Caledonia Street, St Andrews
|Deadline for preliminary submissions
||5.00 pm Wednesday 13 March
|Release of preliminary report
||Wednesday 10 April
|Deadline for response submissions
||5.00 pm Wednesday 8 May
||7.00 pm on Monday 13 May 7pm at the Nillumbik Council Chamber, 14-34 Civic Drive Greensborough
|Release of final report
||Wednesday 5 June
*A public hearing is scheduled for those who have requested to speak in support of their response submission. If there are no requests to speak, the hearing will not be held.
To find out more about the review process and how you can have your say, visit the Nillumbik Shire Council review page on the VEC website.