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11. Who are the Government agencies responsible for heritage?

Camden Council70 Central Avenue, Oran Park 2570P: 02 4654 7777E: mail@camden.nsw.gov.au Heritage NSWDepartment of Premier and CabinetLevel 6, 10 Valentine Avenue,Parramatta, 2150P: 02 9873 8500E: heritagemailbox@environment.nsw.gov.auW: www.heritage.nsw.gov.au/ Department of the...

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Libraries

Libraries Camden Council has library service locations at Camden, Narellan and Oran Park. The libraries also provide many E-Resources for members. For more information, visit our library website.

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Accessible Toilets and Master Locksmith Access Keys (MLAK)

Accessible Toilets and Master Locksmith Access Keys (MLAK) The Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) is an innovative system that enables people with disability to gain 24/7 access to a network...

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2020

4 February 2020 Agenda | Minutes LTC01 Business Arising From The Committee's Last Report LTC02 Status Of Local Traffic Committee Recommendations And Actions LTC03 Longview Road, Gledswood Hills - Centreline...

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Councillors

Councillors Council is composed of nine Councillors across three Wards (Central, South and North Ward).Council's Ward Map indicates the location of each Ward and the suburbs within that Ward.The Mayor's...

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Contactless Communication

All vendors and suppliers at events will be required to have contactless payment options to avoid cash handling.

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2019

5 November 2019 Agenda | Minutes LTC01 - Business Arising From The Committee's Last Report LTC02 Status Of Local Traffic Committee Recommendations And Actions LTC03 William Mannix Ave, Currans Hill...

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Council depot redevelopment plans

Council depot redevelopment plans Camden Council will soon have an updated operational home, with its depot set for a $9 million redevelopment.The redevelopment to Council’s operational and waste services are...

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Duncombe Avenue Playground

Duncombe Avenue Playground Delivery of a new neighbourhood playground area in Gledswood Hills.SummaryProject Name: Duncombe Avenue PlaygroundProject Address: Cnr Duncombe Avenue and The Hermitage Way, Gledswood HillsWard: NorthProject Outcome: Construction...

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Planning Proposals

Planning Proposals Refer to the below for information on Planning Proposals: Resources to the South West Priority Growth Area South West Priority Growth Area SWPGA Oran Park Turner Road Camden...

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All-in-one recycling stations developed for Camden

All-in-one recycling stations developed for Camden Printer cartridges can now be recycled in a newly developed all-in-one recycling station available at three locations across the Camden area.The new stations, which...

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Anti-Social Behaviour Concerns

Camden Council endeavours to ensure that our public spaces are safe and enjoyable places for everyone in our local community to enjoy.If would like to report an anti-social behaviour concern,...

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How to apply for a Planning Certificate?

There are three ways you can apply for a Planning Certificate – in person, by email or by post.A Planning Certificate application can be downloaded from the following link:Certificate Application...

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State entered Voluntary Planning Agreements applying to the Camden LGA

Badgally Road Extension Camden Lakeside Camden Valley Way Catherine Fields Part Precinct Catherine Fields (Part) Precinct Cornish Group Spring Farm South Elderslie & Spring Farm Release Areas Emerald Hills Harrington...

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2014

18 November 2014 Agenda l Minutes LTC01 - Business Arising From the Committee's Last Report LTC02 - Status of Local Traffic Committee Recommendations and Actions LTC03 - South Circuit, Oran...

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Library

Camden Council libraries offer a variety of services and programs for the Camden Community. With locations at Camden, Narellan and Oran Park.There are a variety of volunteer roles across various...

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Alcohol Free Zones and Alcohol Prohibited Areas

Alcohol Free Zones and Alcohol Prohibited Areas The principal objective of an Alcohol Free Zone is to prevent disorderly behaviour caused by the consumption of alcohol in public areas to...

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