What is the Draft Naming Policy?
The Draft Naming Policy sets out naming principles and provides guidelines for determining a suitable name to assist Council when we are considering a naming proposal.
Why does Council need a Draft Naming Policy?
Names are important. They aren't only a navigation and reference tool, they are part of our community's identity.
The Naming Policy will ensure Council meets our legislative obligations and are consistent in our approach to determining a name.
What is the legislative framework?
Naming is governed by three Acts:
What are the objectives of the Draft Naming Policy?
The objectives of the Draft Naming Policy are to ensure that Council:
- meets our legislative requirements
- provides consistency in approach and clarity about naming opportunities.
How can I comment on the Draft Naming Policy?
There are two ways you can comment on Council's Draft Naming Policy, online and by post.
To make a submission online, use our Submission Form to:
- type your submission directly into Your Say Woollahra
- upload a Word or PDF document.
Written submissions should be addressed to:
Woollahra Municipal Council
PO Box 61, DOUBLE BAY NSW 1360
Or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can view the Draft Naming Policy at Council's Customer Service Centre, Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4pm.
The public exhibition period is from 1 July to 28 July 2019.