Randwick Council Candidates Announced
I’ve lived in Randwick for over 15 years and my two daughters were born and raised here. I want Randwick to be a place where every resident can thrive. We live in a beautiful space but it feels more and more stressed. We need to feel more connected to how our communities are run and Arts Party voices on the council could only help make it a better council.
Kim Reddin has lived in the Randwick LGA for over 30 years. He has addressed and lobbied the council against sun-blocking developments, lack of parking provisions and exploitations of the Affordable Housing SEPP for luxury studio apartments (which do not benefit those in dire need of affordable accommodation.)
Having lived in the Coogee-Randwick area all my life, I find that our region has limited communal culture tied to the arts. I want our area to be happy, connected and rich in cultural life. I’m running for council this year because I think that the arts party can achieve this, and I believe it important to have a young queer voice around to help make big decisions for our locale.