Council Boundary Change Proposal - Rostrevor, Woodforde and Hamilton Hill Community Survey

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Project Update

On Tuesday 2 June Adelaide Hills Council Mayor Jan-Claire Wisdom and Deputy Mayor Nathan Daniell made a deputation at the Campbelltown City Council meeting and declared their request. Read more in the Media Release and watch the deputation which was live streamed here.

Survey Results

Thank you to everyone who have provided their feedback as part of the Boundary Change Proposal Survey. All responses have now been captured by the project team and the results have been analysed.

In the Document Library to the right of screen you will see two results documents: a summary, which is a two page overview of the outcomes found, and a full report that goes into more detail about comments made.

To recap, the overall results were:

  • 268 respondents
  • 65% of all respondents were against the boundary change proposal
  • 28% of respondents were in favour
  • 7% of respondents were undecided or had no preference

When the survey results were considered by the Adelaide Hills Council, the Mayor and Councillors resolved:

To recognise and accept that the majority of Rostrevor (AHC) and Woodforde community respondents in the Council Boundary Change Survey are against the boundary change proposal. As such, Council requests that Campbelltown City Council, in light of these results, consider withdrawing their proposal with the Boundaries Commission.

Mayor Wisdom wrote to the Campbelltown City Council to convey this resolution and has since been seeking an opportunity to make a deputation to that Council to present the survey results and the Adelaide Hills Council’s resolution.

Project background

CCC has put forward a Council Boundary Change Proposal (the Proposal) to the Boundaries Commission (a State Government body that assesses and investigates council boundary change proposals, and makes recommendations to the Minister) to review the boundary between CCC and Adelaide Hills Council (AHC).

CCC proposes moving the boundary eastwards so that the parts of Rostrevor and Woodforde that are currently in AHC, move to the CCC area in their entirety. See map included in the information pack (downloaded from the document library to the right of this page).

There are currently 573 properties (3.3% of total AHC properties) that are within the proposed Boundary Change Zone.

Need more information

We encourage you to take a look at the frequently asked questions to the right of this page. The question you have may be answered there.

If you’re still after more information please get in touch with our team via:

Project Update

On Tuesday 2 June Adelaide Hills Council Mayor Jan-Claire Wisdom and Deputy Mayor Nathan Daniell made a deputation at the Campbelltown City Council meeting and declared their request. Read more in the Media Release and watch the deputation which was live streamed here.

Survey Results

Thank you to everyone who have provided their feedback as part of the Boundary Change Proposal Survey. All responses have now been captured by the project team and the results have been analysed.

In the Document Library to the right of screen you will see two results documents: a summary, which is a two page overview of the outcomes found, and a full report that goes into more detail about comments made.

To recap, the overall results were:

  • 268 respondents
  • 65% of all respondents were against the boundary change proposal
  • 28% of respondents were in favour
  • 7% of respondents were undecided or had no preference

When the survey results were considered by the Adelaide Hills Council, the Mayor and Councillors resolved:

To recognise and accept that the majority of Rostrevor (AHC) and Woodforde community respondents in the Council Boundary Change Survey are against the boundary change proposal. As such, Council requests that Campbelltown City Council, in light of these results, consider withdrawing their proposal with the Boundaries Commission.

Mayor Wisdom wrote to the Campbelltown City Council to convey this resolution and has since been seeking an opportunity to make a deputation to that Council to present the survey results and the Adelaide Hills Council’s resolution.

Project background

CCC has put forward a Council Boundary Change Proposal (the Proposal) to the Boundaries Commission (a State Government body that assesses and investigates council boundary change proposals, and makes recommendations to the Minister) to review the boundary between CCC and Adelaide Hills Council (AHC).

CCC proposes moving the boundary eastwards so that the parts of Rostrevor and Woodforde that are currently in AHC, move to the CCC area in their entirety. See map included in the information pack (downloaded from the document library to the right of this page).

There are currently 573 properties (3.3% of total AHC properties) that are within the proposed Boundary Change Zone.

Need more information

We encourage you to take a look at the frequently asked questions to the right of this page. The question you have may be answered there.

If you’re still after more information please get in touch with our team via:

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please take a moment to have your say on the boundary change proposal. The survey will take less than 5 minutes.

    All feedback provided will be anonymised (no names or addresses will be associated with your comments or answers). 

    Your feedback will be collated by our community engagement team and reported to Adelaide Hills Council in early 2020. 

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