No. 1 – Mark Silcocks
Mark was elected to Council in September 2019 as a Councillor for the Double Bay Ward, which covers Darling Point, Edgecliff, Double Bay and Point Piper.
During the last 4 years he has worked tirelessly to ensure Woollahra Residents who have any issues or concerns are given a fair hearing on Council and get any problems resolved as quickly and smoothly as possible.
He has campaigned especially heavily to protect and preserve Double Bay as Sydney’s Stylish Bayside Village.
No. 2 – Torsten Blackwood
Torsten is a photojournalist who grew up in Double Bay and now lives by Cooper Park. He is passionate about environmental issues affecting Bellevue Hill ward residents and is currently on the Cooper Park Community Garden Organising Committee and is the local co-ordinator for the annual Clean Up Australia Day.
Torsten has been very active in opposing over-development
in the residential neighbourhood. He does not support unsympathetic development in the area or development
that is not in step with the culture and heritage of Bellevue
Hill and Rose Bay. Torsten is strongly opposed to the forced amalgamation of Woollahra Council and the proposed extension of the Rose Bay Marina. He plans to advocate for regular cleaning of the area, improvement in waste management
and street beautification including inclusive and transparent community consultation.
No. 3 – Karin Olah