Graffiti vandalism costs New South Wales over $300 million per year. Since Graffiti Removal Day was established in 2012, volunteers have removed 141,000sqm of graffiti, saving our community about $10.40 million.
Penrith will be better prepared for future flood events after the announcement of over $358,000 dollars for two projects as part of an additional $2.34 million in funding to assist local councils understand and manage the risk posed by floods.
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith yesterday announced that the NSW Government will provide $1.5 million to help fund the historic former Police Cottage in Emu Plains as part of its COVID-19 stimulus program.
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith welcomes the announcement that preschools and day care centres across the state will be able to improve their services, with more than $11 million through the NSW Government’s Quality Learning Environments (QLE) grants
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today announced that the contract to design and build the new 750 additional car parking spaces for public transport customers at Emu Plains Station has been awarded to Stephen Edwards Constructions Pty Ltd.
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today presented Mr Terry Rae of Kingswood with a NSW Government Community Service award in recognition and appreciation of his contribution to the Penrith community.
The Quality of Life Mayoral Reference Group was first established by Blue Mountains City Council in March 2016 to provide a platform for the community to engage with Council on the proposed Western Sydney Airport.
Landcarers across NSW will continue to benefit from the thriving partnership between Local Land Services (LLS) and Landcare NSW, after the two organisations refreshed and re-signed their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith announced that a lighting upgrade will be made at Dukes Oval, Emu Plains thanks to a NSW grant $160,000 to Penrith City Council through the Crown Reserves Improvement Fund.