Vincent De Luca - Newsletters


Vincent De Luca
Protecting Our Lifestyle -
Stop Overdevelopment

If you have any issue you would like to discuss or I can help you in any way, then please contact me:

Vincent De Luca
P.O. Box 2021
Dee Why NSW 2099
mob: 0427 218 553

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 Vince's achievements for you

As a Warringah and Northern Beaches Councillor, Vincent has supported the community by:


Protecting residents' interests

  • Voting against the decision to remove the second free car parking sticker from residents, ensuring the proposal was overturned and parking rights returned.

  • Strongly opposing high rise development and stopped further proposals in Dee Why.

  • Ensuring Narraweena was not unfairly targeted in the Draft Warringah Housing Strategy and rezoned for medium density development.

  • Speaking on behalf of residents at Joint Regional Planning Panel meetings against massive inappropriate developments in Gladys Avenue, Frenchs Forest, Riverhill Avenue, Forestville, Mundarra Avenue, Narraweena and Lawrence Street, Harbord which were all refused.

  • Lobbying for residents against a 17.7m Mobile Phone Tower being built near houses in Cromer and another in Plateau Park, resulting in Telstra withdrawing its proposals.

  • Helping residents block the LEP re-categorisation which proposed unfair restrictions on their properties at Terrey Hills, Belrose, Oxford Falls and Duffys Forrest.

  • Voting to save environmentally sensitive land across Warringah.

Public Accountability

  • Fighting hard for transparency, accountability and ethical behaviour at Warringah Council.

  • Advocating against the ever-increasing salaries (now over $39m pa) of Council’s General Manager, Executive and managerial staff and seeking to lower rates, stop increases in child care fees and sporting levies.

  • Strongly opposing the sale of the Oaks Avenue Car park at Dee Why.

Sport and Recreation

  • Being instrumental in supporting the wishes of local businesses and residents to have the footpath extended at The Strand, Dee Why, to provide more recreation and better alfresco dining facilities.

  • Moving that Council grant $300,000 towards the Narrabeen Beach Surf Life Saving Club renovation and further extensive funds for our volunteer surf life saving clubs.

  • Ensuring mountain bikers were not banned from cycling at Manly Dam and that council continued working on the park’s environmental protection.

  • Moving for funds to be allocated to Manly Warringah Football for synthetic surfaces at Cromer Park.

  • Supporting funding for the restoration of Dee Why and Freshwater rock pools and initiating the Warringah Aquatic Centre Hall of Fame for volunteers and elite athletes.

  • Liaising extensively with residents to ensure their wishes were carried out for the shared walking and bike path along South Creek Road and through James Wheeler Reserve at Wheeler Heights.
  • Lobbying for new off-leash dog exercise areas after requests from residents in Truman Reserve and James Wheeler Reserves.

  • Ensuring the development of a foot path at Pitt Road and Ross Street to facilitate disabled and aged access.

Community advocacy

  • Following the passing of Ted Jackson BEM OAM, local War hero, former President of the DY RSL Club and President of Warringah Shire Council,  Vincent had the Dee Why Beach front reserve renamed in his honour.

  • Actively participating in local affairs by chairing the Warringah Australia Day Committee and as a member of the Beacon Hill Memorial Hall, Curl Curl Youth and Community Centre, Curl Curl Sports Centre, and John Fisher Park Community Committees.

  • Lobbying the State Government for better security on buses and for more services.

  • Advocating for better local services for the aged and young people.

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