Manningham City Council representation reviews
We completed a representation review of Manningham City Council on Wednesday 16 October 2019.
Our recommended structure for Manningham City Council is that it retains its current electoral structure with adjustments to the current ward boundaries (nine councillors elected from three three-councillor wards).
We provided this recommendation to the Minister for Local Government. The Minister will decide whether to accept our recommendation. Any changes will apply at the next general council election in October 2020.
Download the final report
Read our full report:
- Manningham City Council representation review final report (Word, 1.3MB)
- Manningham City Council representation review final report (PDF, 1.0MB)
Map of recommended structure
- Manningham City Council recommended structure (PDF, 190kB)
- Manningham City Council recommended structure (KMZ, 32kB)
To view KML files, you will need Geographic Information Systems software such as Google Earth.
What is a representation review?
Representation reviews look at the electoral structure of a local council. This includes:
- if the council has the right number of councillors per voter
- if the council should be one large area (unsubdivided) or made up of wards (subdvidided)
- if subdivided, how many wards, what ward boundaries and how many councillors each ward should have.
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