Welcome to the Lindfield Chamber of Commerce
50 Years of Business Excellence

The Lindfield Chamber of Commerce has been in existence for over 50 years and is incorporated under the Associations Incorporations Act of NSW.

The organisation exists to support and represent local businesses with the Chamber offering a range of services to local business owners and residents in the Lindfield area.

Bi-monthly meetings afford an opportunity to address local issues and co-ordinate community events hosted by the Chamber.

Meetings are open to all members and anyone interested in promoting their local business and the Lindfield area.

The Chamber produces a newsletter which is distributed to all businesses and landlords in the business centre, Councillors, local MP’s and the press.

Apply for Membership to participate in all that Lindfield Chamber of Commerce has to offer.

 

WHAT’S HAPPENING 

In 2019 we will have new and exciting events for members including all new networking events and business seminars.

If you would like to see any particular events in 2019, tell us at info@lindfieldbiz.com.au

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Download the Lindfield Chamber of Commerce Member Benefits Brochure to find out more on the benefits of becoming a member

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The next AGM of the Lindfield Chamber of Commerce will take place on

Monday 05 August from 6pm to 7pm

Agenda:

- Ku-ring-gai Council development plans including the Lindfield Hub and on Pacific Highway
- Difficulties during the development of the Lindfield Village Green
- Election of new committee members

Meeting Details:
Lindfield Chamber of Commerce
Ground Floor, Suite 2, 345 Pacific Highway, Lindfield
From 6pm to 7pm

Political comment by Peter Vickers, Secretary:
Lindfield Hub
The fiasco of the Lindfield Hub continues into its 7th year. I personally favour 14 stories of residential, as I believe this is a safeguard from the Council going broke on this project. This project shows that Council does town planning badly. It can resume a few houses in Balfour – for a park now part of the Hub – but what about the shops on the Highway? Under the current proposal these will be isolated facing the Highway, are old and not constructed for modern purposes. They also require rear lane access.

Village Green Car Park
The Village Green is also having issues. The local business owners now have to face the reality of 3 or 4 years of building activity and have been asked for permission for building cranes to be used over their properties. Are hard hats strong enough?

DAs
There are a number of businesses that have lodged change of use DAs with council and these are taking months to process. No wonder it is easier to just knock the building down and start again.