Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council

Bushfire Recovery Local Businesses/Contractors

Calling all local businesses and contractors

Due to the recent bushfires, the NSW Government would like to hear from any local businesses in regions affected by bushfire,  that are able to provide goods and services to their community. The NSW Government is establishing a supplier list that covers all kinds of goods or services.

Registration will be easy with just a few simple questions on a portal. Everyone is welcome to apply.

The purpose of this portal is to connect buyers with regional suppliers and vice versa. It assists buyers to give first preference to an appropriate local supplier based in the same region. Any information gathered that is not commercial-in-confidence will be publicly available on the Procure Point website so everyone can access it.

Register now on:

Public Works Advisory:

Contractors wishing to register your interest in cleanup work contact or register with:  

Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council


Singleton Council is advising all builders, carpenters and designers to be mindful of new requirements under the Building Code of Australia 2019 that affect building applications in Singleton.

The new provisions, which apply to all residential buildings submitted for approval after 1 May 2019, include a range of requirements to mitigate the effects of condensation.

The new requirements have implications to the design and construction of residential buildings, as well as applications for construction and complying development certificates.

To prepare builders and designers, Council has prepared a document to outline the new requirements as well as the relevant parts of Volume 2 of BCA 2019 and extracts from Australian Standards (AS4200.1 and AS4200.2).

For more information and to view the document, visit

Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council


If you’re from a community organisation, sports club, run a business or venue or are just passionate about Singleton, you can hold your own event for inclusion on the Back to Singleton 2020 Event Program. It may be on the weekend of 13-15 March 2020, or at another time during the year. Or it may be an event you already hold. This is an invitation for you to join us in showcasing the vibrancy of our community and the pride we have in our history and our towns and villages.

The full Back to Singleton 2020 Events Program will be launched in December 2019.


*Please note to fill in this form and submit it digitally, you need to download the form onto your computer’s desktop prior to filling it in. The form cannot be filled in on your internet browser. Once you click submit on the form, this will automatically attach the form to an e-mail.

Is your team performing at their best?

When teams are not operating at their best, businesses can be investing valuable time and money in ineffective processes and practices. Sincerus Business Group can work with you and your team to implement quick, simple practices to improve business performance by helping your business functions and your people work together more productively.

Contact Tabatha at Sincerus Business Group today for a quick, obligation free discussion about your business and the challenges and opportunities you are facing.  M | 0417-821677

Seeking improvements in your business performance?

If you are looking for support to improve the productivity and performance of your business,  contact Tabatha Kattau, Managing Director at Sincerus Business Group.  Read Tabatha’s Bio to learn about how your business may benefit from an “obligation-free” discussion.  Call Tabatha on 0417-821677 and start to get your business back on track today.

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Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council

Calling for Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame nominations

November 2019 will mark the 10th anniversary of the Wambo Coal Singleton Hall of Fame, celebrating great Singleton locals from all walks of life and there is still time to nominate!!!!

We all know great local people or organisations, and know the stories of what they’ve done – now it’s time to nominate them and share their stories with us all.

Who will the Hall of Fame recognise in 2019? That’s where YOU have a key role to play — by nominating great people to be considered.

It only takes one nomination for an individual or organisation to be considered, but a nomination must be submitted for someone to be in the running.

So visit and nominate someone today.

Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council


Singleton Council seeking expressions of interest from businesses or individuals that are looking for the opportunity to enter into a short-term licencing agreement for a period of twelve (12) months in relation to the Kiosk located at Riverside Park, John Street Singleton.

EOI close at 2:30pm on Monday 9 September 2019 and submissions must be fully received by this time.

For full EOI details and documentation, click on the image.

Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council


In Australia, over 1 billion coffee cups are disposed of each year that cannot be recycled due to the plastic lining that keeps them waterproof. If we lined up all the coffee cups used each year in Australia they would stretch round the world…twice! That’s a lot of coffee cups.

Carry your own reusable coffee mug and you could receive a discount from cafes for using it.

Is your business doing something to reduce single-use plastic items during Plastic Free July? Let us know on the Localised Noticeboard!

Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council


John Street will be closed between Hunter Street and Annes Lane from 7am for 4-5 hours this Sunday 14 July, with the Singleton Centre upgrading air conditioning within the complex.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused during these times. Diversions will be in place.

Senior Economic Planner - Singleton Council


An innovative program to get Singleton Council staff actively involved in safety in the workplace has been recognised as industry-leading at the Local Government Professionals Australia, NSW Conference Excellence Awards in Sydney last night.

Safety Survivor ran during #SafeWorkMonth in October last year, and encouraged all staff to channel their adventurous side to take a range of “safety challenges” in keeping with a Survivor theme.

Teams were awarded points with the two leading teams facing off in a Safety Survivor Grand Finale with challenges including identifying hazards and dressing up in proper PPE.

The concept was dreamed up by Council’s Integrated Risk Management team, with some help from other business units across the organisation and of course, Council’s very own “Wilson”.

To read more, click here.