We Put Community First

Come 9 September, 2017, this year’s Hornsby Council Election, vote Greens.

We’re excited to announce that the Greens will be running an accomplished and diverse set of candidates at the upcoming Hornsby Shire Council elections, with lead candidates Emma Heyde, Joseph Nicita and David Sentinella.

We’ll be offering an enterprising new vision for the area, with the courage to say yes to affordable housing, yes to reining in the developers, yes to clean energy and yes to better community services. We recognise there is palpable frustration in the community over rocketing housing prices and out-of-control development so we’ve committed to a policy of responsible development that enhances our neighbourhoods, not destroys them.

Meet our candidates.

For too long developers have called the shots in the Shire. We are committing to serious consultation with residents as we believe their needs must be heard before major changes are made to this community. Families in this district want better community childcare, stronger protection of our green spaces and more solar rooftop initiatives – not a council that is in the pockets of developers. It is also clear Hornsby Council has abandoned its clean energy targets. New leadership is needed to move towards an independent energy future for Hornsby. Emma Heyde

Greens candidate


Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens actively campaigns on renewable energy, housing affordability, public transport, public education and preserving green spaces, while Greens NSW has altogether over 50 separate policies.

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