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Alex is committed to government transparency and accountability; protecting the natural and urban environments, open space and Sydney’s unique heritage; retaining inner city social and affordable housing; the humane treatment of animals; improving transport options; and fairness and equality for the LGBTI communities.
 

Sydney

From the 2015 elections the state seat of Sydney will cover the CBD, Darlinghurst, Paddington, Haymarket, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay, Potts Point, Woolloomooloo, Millers Point, The Rocks, Dawes Point, Walsh Bay, Pyrmont and parts of Surry Hills, Edgecliff and Woollahra.

CBD, Darlinghurst, Paddington, Haymarket, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay, Potts Point, Woolloomooloo, Millers Point, The Rocks, Dawes Point, Walsh Bay, Pyrmont and parts of Surry Hills, Edgecliff and Woollahra - See more at: http://www.alexgreenwich.com/alex_sydney#sthash.8sB2e5Xf.dpuf

It was created in 2007 replacing the state seat of Bligh, which was created in 1962.

The 2011 census figures show over 107,000 people live in the state seat of Sydney, which has a median age of 32. With over three quarters of households apartments or flats, 60% rented, 42.4% lone person and over 40% not owning a car, the Sydney electorate is markedly different to the rest of the country.

Alex Greenwich has represented Sydney in the NSW Parliament since November 2012 following a record landslide win at a by-election, sparked by the NSW Government’s antidemocratic laws that forced Independent Clover Moore, who held the seat for 24 years, to resign after she was reelected as Lord Mayor. Alex and Clover continue to work together on issues that affect their constituents. 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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