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  • 08 June 2015 3:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Thursday the 4th June 2015 during a session of the House of Representatives of the Parliament of NSW, the Member for Macquarie Fields (Mr. Anoulack Chanthivong MP) acknowledged the role the Ingleburn Chamber plays in the local community.

    Following is the full transcript taken from Hansard of the acknowledgement:


    Page: 66

    Mr ANOULACK CHANTHIVONG (Macquarie Fields) [4.31 p.m.]: Local businesses are an important part of our community. Last week I had the pleasure of meeting with President Jim Jelich, Secretary Phil Occhiuto and the executive team of the Ingleburn Chamber of Commerce. They are long-term residents of our local community and care very much about its future. These are successful, dedicated people in my local area providing not only employment but also ideas on how to make our community a better place. Their contribution is not limited just to commercial enterprise; members of the chamber are also involved in a number of local services, charities and community events. I very much look forward to working with the chamber for many years to come as their local member and take this opportunity in the New South Wales Parliament to acknowledge the role the chamber of commerce plays in making my local community a better place."

  • 09 March 2015 10:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Friday the 6th March 2015 at Wests Leagues Club, Leumeah our Chamber hosted a luncheon with the Premier of NSW, Minister for Infrastructure, Minister for Western Sydney, Member for Manly, and Leader of the New South Wales Liberal Party, the Hon. Mike Baird MP, as its guest speaker.

    The Premier spoke on "Rebuilding NSW" to an audience of 230 attendees.

    The Premiers talk was extremely well received, and feedback from the event has been all positive.

    Our Chamber acknowledges the assistance of the Member for Campbelltown, Bryan Doyle MP, and Rachel Elliott from his staff, in the events planning.

    We also acknowledge the assistance of Campbelltown City Council and Wests Leagues Club in ensuring the event ran smoothly and was a huge success.

    Finally, we acknowledge the generosity of Robert Giunta of Web Video Productions in providing a video record of the event.

  • 07 February 2015 4:53 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Campbelltown City Council has had on public exhibition a draft Ingleburn Structure Plan since the 17th November 2014.

    The two documents Council has had on public exhibition are a draft Structure Plan and a Support Document to the Structure Plan.

    On Friday the 6th February 2015 at 4.00pm, the period for lodging submissions with Council in relation the the draft Ingleburn Structure Plan came to a close.

    Ingleburn Chamber of Commerce & Industry engaged GLN Planning, town planning consultants, to prepare a submission on behalf of the Chamber.

    The Chamber's submission was lodged with Council prior to the closing period stipulated by Council.

    A copy of the submission can be viewed here: Ingleburn Chamber Submission on the draft Ingleburn Structure Plan.

  • 22 November 2014 11:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Friday the 21st November 2014 the Ingleburn Chamber of Commerce & Industry, in conjunction with the Campbelltown Chamber of Commerce, the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, and Campbelltown City Council, hosted an event at Wests Leagues Club, Leumeah, at which the Member for Willoughby, Minister for Transport, Minister for the Hunter, and Deputy Leader of the New South Wales Liberal Party, The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian, was the guest speaker.

    With 180 registrants in attendance, Minister Berejiklian spoke on "Infrastructure Beyond 2015".

    Minister Berejiklian's speech was well received, and the content and delivery of Minister Berejiklian's speech ensured the event was a huge success. 

    Our Chamber acknowledges the assistance of the Member for Campbelltown, Mr. Bryan Doyle (and Rachel Elliott from his staff), in the events planning.

  • 17 November 2014 9:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Monday the 17th November 2014 Campbelltown City Council placed its draft Ingleburn Structure Plan on Public Exhibition.

    The exhibition period is open until Friday the 6th February 2015.

    The public exhibition documents are composed of the Draft Ingleburn Structure Plan and the Draft Ingleburn Structure Plan Support Document.

    The overall aim of the Ingleburn Structure Plan is to encourage new growth and promote the revitalisation of the Ingleburn Centre.

    As part of the overall aim, Council is looking to achieve the following growth targets for the Centre:
    • 3,000 new dwellings
    • 25,000 square metres of new retail/commercial floor space

    Council has a dedicated website for the draft Plan

    Once adopted, these two documents will shape Ingleburn for at least the next twenty years.

    We urge members and interested parties to view the documents, and to provide a submission to Council by the 6th February 2015.

    Submissions to Council on the draft Plan must be made in writing, addressed to Council's General Manager and marked "Submission on Draft Ingleburn Structure Plan".

    Submissions can be lodged:
    • in person at the Campbelltown Civic Centre (cnr Queen and Broughton Streets, Campbelltown)
    • via post to Campbelltown City Council, PO Box 57, Campbelltown NSW 2560
    • via email to
  • 15 October 2014 1:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Tuesday the 14th October 2014 the draft Ingleburn Structure Plan was approved by Councillors of Campbelltown City Council.

    We anticipate that the Plan will go on public exhibition in the following weeks.

    The draft Plan and the supporting document to the Plan are available below:

    Draft Ingleburn Structure Plan.pdf

    Supporting Document Draft Ingleburn Structure Plan.pdf

    These documents have been obtained from Council's minutes of the 14th October 2014.

    We encourage members and interested parties to view the documents, and to provide a submission to Council once the Plan goes on Public Exhibition.

    Council has a dedicated webpage for the structure plan (