Pennant Hills District Civic Trust Inc.

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Your VOTE Matters!

The Pennant Hills District Civic Trust (PHDCT) is not-political, we have no political party bias, nor bias to any of the independents. We actually have considerable diversity around the committee.  We try to work with our surrounding communities and our elected representatives at local, State and Federal level. However, we are unashamedly parochial, we want to encourage the best outcomes for Pennant Hills, West Pennant Hills and Thornleigh and we focus on these local issues. Review candidate response here:

Mayor PHDCT Candidate Answers (PDF)

C Ward PHDCT Candidate Answers (PDF)

B Ward PHDCT Candidate Answers (PDF)



Pennant Hills District Civic Trust Inc ‘Preserving the residential amenity of Pennant Hills and its environs’


Pennant Hills Civic Trust is also on Facebook.

Please visit, like our page and join in on the discussions

 Our Pennant Hills


Pennant Hills is a vibrant and welcoming community situated 20 km Northwest of Sydney. Surrounded by Lane Cove National Park on one side and Berowra National Park on the other side, Pennant Hills hills features a range of facilities including sports fields, the Koala park, a busy library, popular pre-schools, primary schools and high schools, a thriving shopping hub that includes several coffee hubs and great transport options including a Station.


A Plan for Growing Sydney 

In December 2014 the NSW Government released – A Plan for Growing Sydney – the third in a series of five yearly glossies starting in 2005. This plan tells us that:

Sydney’s population will grow by 1.6 million in the next 20 years to 5.9 million 

this growth will need an additional 664000 new dwellings by 2031.

Pennant Hills is clearly in the frame with the Governments plans including:




Your Voice Matters!

Why does the Trust need you
as a member? 

community concerns are best addressed through civic associations

there is strength in numbers, relevance is a membership issue

a broad based membership provides focus and inclusion

the Trust’s activities depend on membership subscriptions


Will you join us?

It’s easy –

1. Email us with your full name(s), street address and phone # , and

2. Pay the Annual Subscription for the year to June 30, 2016 is $20 per household

by direct deposit or electronic funds transfer to

Westpac BSB 032-087, Account number 15-0453

referencing your full name.

Every Year is a crunch year!  With your support we can make a difference!


President & Secretary


Why is the Trust important
to our community? 

a community voice on matters of community concern

be it your street, suburb, town centre or community facilities and services

the Trust seeks to represent the views of the local community

the value of a team approach to issues

background knowledge and procedural experience.


How do you benefit
from Trust membership?

by having the satisfaction of sharing in your community’s concerns

somewhere to raise your issues

the opportunity to participate as appropriate to your circumstances

representation when you do not have the time

representation that will be even more important with merged / larger councils