Implementation Advisory Group (IAG)

Who are the members of the IAG?

Former Mayors and Councillors have stepped back into action, with representatives from across the Inner West agreeing to help shape decisions of the new Inner West Council.

An Implementation Advisory Group (IAG) has been established to help shape decisions of the new Inner West Council with former Mayors and Councillors agreeing to represent the inner west.

What is the role of the IAG?

The role of the Implementation Advisory Group (IAG) is to provide advice to the Administrator on implementing the new council including:

  • Input into preparation of the Inner West Council Implementation Plan;
  • Assisting to monitor delivery of the Implementation Plan;
  • Input to development of any policies, strategies and positions of the new council;
  • Coordination of advice on key projects and issues impacting the Inner West Council area; and
  • Roll out of the Stronger Communities Fund.

Where can I find out more about the IAG meetings?

Meeting dates, agenda and minutes can be found on Council's website

Local Representation Advisory Committee (LRAC)

Who are the members of the LRAC?

Former Mayors and Councillors have stepped back into action, with representatives from across the inner west agreeing to help shape decisions of the new Inner West Council.

Three Local Representation Advisory Committees (LRAC) have been established to help shape decisions of the new Inner West Council with former Mayors and Councillors agreeing to represent the inner west. The Three Local Representation Advisory Committees are Ashfield, Leichhardt and Marrickville which align with the three former Council boundaries.

What is the role of the LRACs?

The role of the Local Representation Advisory Committee(s) is to provide advice to the Administrator on local views and issues including:

  • Providing input to Council’s Operational Plan;
  • Advising on the communication and engagement plan for the community;
  • Providing input to the new Council’s Statement of Vision and Priorities;
  • Assisting to engage communities and partners in planning for the new Council;
  • Advising on key agenda items to be considered at Council meetings relevant to the Committee’s area of operations;
  • Representing community views on key projects and issues relevant to the Committee’s area of operations;
  • Working with communities to facilitate grant applications under the Stronger Communities Fund. 

Where can I find out more about the LRAC meetings?

Meeting dates, agendas and minutes can be found on Council's website.