No. 1 – Luise Elsing

Since Luise was first elected to Council in 2012 she has been passionate about protecting the individual rights of residents, the enjoyment of public places and the preservation of  the heritage and character of our local neighbourhoods.  She is particularly concerned about traffic and parking and delivering solutions which enhance residents’ experience and quality of life. As an independent Councillor Luise is best positioned to ensure that Woollahra Council advocates of behalf of its residents in relation to State Government development targets and controls. This is particularly relevant in relation to proposed overdevelopment in Double Bay and Edgecliff.

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No. 2 – Darcy Price

Darcy Price is running for Woollahra Council to advocate for the interests of our local residents. Having grown up in Woollahra and attended Cranbrook, as well as previously nominated to run for Woollahra Council in 2012, Darcy is passionate about the local area and promoting the interests of residents, the environment and young families. Darcy is particularly interested in ensuring that our local schools and traffic/parking infrastructure are not impacted by any overdevelopment, as well preserving environmental sustainability and the heritage of our area.

No. 3 – Claire Wivell Plater

Claire Wivell Plater has lived in the Woollahra municipality for 30 years, primarily in Woollahra, and also in Paddington and Watsons Bay. Claire has been actively involved in community affairs since 2005, when she joined the Board of Holdsworth Community. As chair of the Holdsworth Board for 9 years, Claire assisted Holdsworth to achieve significant growth, evolve to its highly successful person centred service model and with the creation of its community café, Gaden. From her role with Holdsworth and as a small business owner herself, Claire is passionate about the vital role that thriving communities play in increasing individual well-being and economic development. A lawyer by background, Claire was with Phillips Fox for 17 years before founding boutique financial services regulatory law firm, The Fold Legal in 2002. She currently employs 15 staff in Sydney and Brisbane