Penrith Council has been urged to give local businesses greater consideration after a Cranebrook company was pipped at the post by a Lane Cove competitor.
Plans to redevelop the former Council Chambers at 131 Henry Street into high-rise commercial premises have been scrutinised, with Penrith Councillors questioning the concept design and costs.
Susan Day has announced she will be running again as an Independent candidate for South Ward in the Penrith Council elections this September.
Penrith City Council will work with residents in Llandilo to develop a community plan for the area based on what locals love about their neighbourhood and how Council and other services can support a thriving, resilient community.
With Council elections less than six months away, a potential fresh candidate has emerged for East Ward.
A call for Penrith Council to formally support raising the Warragamba Dam wall before the release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has ignited tensions among Councillors.
Steps to activate the eastern end of Penrith’s CBD with two soaring towers – one 41 storeys and the other 25 storeys in height – have been delayed.
Penrith voters’ chance to elect their own Mayor has been quashed after a motion to put the issue to a referendum was defeated on Monday.
Penrith Council could investigate suspending ties with China in the wake of the latest Twitter scandal.
A vision for a fresh, fun and inclusive play space will come to life in Penrith thanks to the hard work of some of the city’s youngest residents.
An estimated $2.6 billion worth of local infrastructure is needed to support the Aerotropolis, but a pressing question remains: who’s going to pay for it?