Chatswood West Ward Progress Association



“Working together for
Chatswood West Ward
for over 90 years.”

Chatswood West Ward 

The Chatswood West Ward Progress Association Inc (CWWPA) is a not-for-profit group of local citizens. For over 90 years, it has worked to:

  • represent the interests of residents and ratepayers
  • to preserve and improve the local amenity and environment
  • to facilitate community engagement in local government, and
  • to encourage a keen spirit of community, citizenship and mutual help among residents of Chatswood West Ward in the City of Willoughby.

Be informed – be involved – be inspired – become a member today!

Where is the West Ward?

Chatswood West Ward is one of four electoral Wards within the City of Willoughby.

Our Ward encompasses the bushland, parks, neighbourhoods and homes from the eastern bank of the Lane Cove River to the blue gum high forest on the Roseville boundary.

Heading east, it covers the suburbs of West Chatswood and Chatswood up to the intersection of Mowbray Road and the busy Pacific Highway.

Across the highway it includes the towers of Chatswood CBD with Archer Street on the north boundary and Mowbray Road on the east.

It’s an area of great diversity in terms of people, homes and businesses.

Current Issues and Campaigns

.You can find out more about the current issues engaging the CWWPA here:

West Ward News and Events

May 27 2024

2 Tessa Street Childcare Centre DA (DA-2022/394) Goes to a Full Land and Environment Court Hearing

A Conciliation Conference  was held on March 14th, 2024 by the Land and Environment court between the two parties, Mike & Shan Pty Ltd as Trustee for the...
Feb 19 2024

Resident identifies bus stop problem

New concrete steps have been built to assist bus passenger entry/exit at the bus stop on Fullers Rd adjacent to Bellevue Ave. During discussions on Willoughby Living...
Jan 31 2024

From September 2023 Council meeting: Gas supply in new-builds

At Council’s September 2023 meeting Councillor Moratelli proposed this motion: “That Council ask the CEO to provide a report to Council by its November meeting as to...
Jan 31 2024

Fullers Rd/Greville St intersection follow up

Dear TfNSW Officer Thank you for your email of 23/11/23 (01909908 - Reply from Transport for NSW (TfNSW)    [ ref:!00D280HSVA.!500RE01Zo1O:ref ]) in response...
Jan 31 2024

Fullers Rd/Bellevue Ave intersection request

Daniel Sui Traffic and Transport Team Lead Willoughby City Council Hi Daniel RE: Fullers Rd/Bellevue Ave intersection request Season’s greetings to you. I hope you have...
Jan 31 2024

NSW Govt Transport Oriented Development Program

The NSW government is introducing new planning regulations that will permit accelerated development with different planning controls close to nominated rail stations....
Jan 30 2024

Fullers Rd/Greville St intersection – suggestion for improvement

Many local residents are fed up with the few cars that accelerate down the left hand lane on Fullers Rd at the Greville St lights, and barge back into the centre lane...
Jan 30 2024

Councillor Campbell’s December report to CWWPA

Report by Councillor Craig Campbell (in conjunction with Cr Brendon Zhu and Cr Jam Xia) – Dec 2023:  Please find herewith some updates on various matters...

Next Meeting

Next CWWPA Presentation and General Meeting

When: Commencing 7:30pm Thursday 15 February 2024

Where: Dougherty Centre, 7 Victor Street, Chatswood

7:30pm – 8:15pm Presentation by Máire Sheehan, Better Planning Network, on the proposed changes to NSW planning laws related to low and mid-rise housing which are on exhibition for public comment until Friday 23 February 2024. 

The presentation will be followed by the CWWPA General Meeting from 8:15pm.

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