The Braidwood Community Association (BCA) was formed in 2018 and is an incorporated organisation.  It holds monthly public meetings and has an elected committee which also meets monthly.

What’s New

Submission on Special Rates Variation
The BCA’s submission on the Special Rates Variation (SRV) scenarios / options and the results of its survey of the community can be found here.

BCA Survey on priorities for the NSW Election
The BCA conducted a survey of the Braidwood and District’s priorities for the NSW State Election. The results of the survey can be found here and the questionnaire here.

Each candidate will be invited to pledge their support to pursue the top rated issues and projects during the next term of government, should they be elected at the March 2023 election.  Their responses will be publicised, allowing individual voters make up their own minds who they want to vote for.

Next Open meeting
Our next Open meeting will be on Tuesday 18 April 2023 from 5.30pm at the Braidwood Servicemens Club. Lorena Blacklock and Tanya Hogg, the QPRC Planners in charge of the Braidwood Structure Plan, are the guest speakers.

Letters on rural roads on Federal and State local members
With the deteriorating state of rural roads the BCA Committee decided to write to both the federal and state local members to urge them to seek significant further funding for rural roads. These letters and the replies can be found here:
Letter to the Hon Kristy McBain, MP on rural roads (30 October 2022)
Reply by the Hon Kristy McBain, MP on rural roads (23 January 2023)
Letter to Nichole Overall, MP on rural roads (30 October 2022)
Reply by Nichole Overall, MP on rural roads (2 February 2023)

BCA Affordable Housing Proposal
On 23 February 2023, the BCA has made a submission on QPRC’s consultation on its affordable housing strategy. This submission can be found here.

Th BCA has been working on the critical issue of affordable housing in Braidwood for some time having set up an Affordable Housing Sub-Committee in March 2021. In September 2022 it made a substantial submission to QPRC proposing a range of actions which would help address this pressing issue. This submission can be found here.

Are you a member of the BCA?
Click here for BCA membership form. Email completed form to or post to PO Box 199, Braidwood NSW 2622 or leave at Bendigo Bank.