Submissions and Consultation

Community and stakeholder input is critical to the success of the Future of Local Government Review in achieving its core objective to create a more robust and capable system of local government that is ready for the challenges and opportunities of the future. In undertaking the Review, the Local Government Board aims to provide every Tasmanian with the opportunity to have their say.

Throughout the Review we have received information from the public, organisations and the Local Government Sector on their thoughts, ideas and aspirations for the future of local government in Tasmania.

This page outlines:

  • the written submissions we continue to receive during the Review; and
  • the peak body and key networks who responded to our invitation to be consulted with during the Review.

Please note: the Review is currently in Stage 2.  As such, only written submissions from Stage 1 have been received and published at this time.

Stage 1

Consultation List

  • Aged and Community Services Tasmania
  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Council Tamania
  • Archdiocese of Hobart
  • Australian Football League Tasmania
  • Australian Institute of Architects
  • Australian Local Government Women’s Association
  • Australian Services Union
  • Basketball Tasmania
  • Bicycle Network Tasmania
  • Brand Tasmania
  • Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • CPA Australia
  • Cradle Coast Authority
  • Derwent Estuary Program
  • DRILL Performance Company
  • Epuron
  • Governance Institute of Australia
  • Housing Industry Association
  • Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia, Tasmania
  • Integrity Commission
  • Local Government Association of Tasmania
  • Local Government Professionals Tasmania
  • Mental Health Council Tasmania
  • Natural Resource Management North
  • Natural Resource Management South
  • Netball Tasmania
  • Northern Tasmania Development Corporation
  • Northern Tasmania Waste Management Group
  • Performing Lines Tasmania
  • Planning Matters Alliance Tasmania
  • Premier’s Health and Wellbeing Advisory Council
  • Public Health, University of Tasmania
  • Rant Arts
  • Regional Development Australia Tasmania
  • Road Safety Advisory Council
  • Rotary Tasmania
  • Salamanca Arts Centre
  • Second Echo Ensemble
  • Simmons Wolfhagen Lawyers
  • Southern Tasmania Councils Authority
  • Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Tasmanian Council of Social Service Inc
  • Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing & Energy Council
  • Tasmanian Small Business Council
  • TasWriters
  • The Policy Exchange, University of Tasmania
  • Unions Tasmania
  • UPC Renewables
  • Volunteering Tasmania