Bayside council and Sydney Airport have entered a multimillion-dollar local partnership that will fund a number of community and environmental projects over the next 10 years.
The jointly established Community and Environmental Projects Reserve Fund will focus on delivering initiatives and key projects for the benefit of both the people of Bayside and the broader community.
“Council has partnered with Sydney Airport to deliver a number of much needed programs and facilities,” said councilor Bill Saravinovski, the mayor of Bayside.
“These could include projects such as bike paths, improvements to the Cooks River water quality and construction or refurbishment of community facilities.
“As part of this partnership, together we will commit more than A$11m (US$7.9m) in the next 10 years to develop community and environmental initiatives for the benefit of the local communities. This is a big win for the people of Bayside.”
Sydney Airport CEO Geoff Culbert added, “The Fund is a fantastic opportunity to ensure ongoing investment in community and environment-focused initiatives for the people of Bayside and the broader community. We are really excited to partner with Bayside council to support projects that will enrich the local community for many years to come.”