I need your support to continue for the area.

Rates Freeze

This council has spent millions on buying a pub, subsidising hotels and fixing infrastructure blowouts using ratepayers money. Now is the time to help RATEPAYERS.

New Bus Routes in Tarneit

Lack of new bus routes and poor bus frequency in Tarneit has been a major issue for years. With patronage at Tarneit Train Station increasing

Local Parks and Roads

Residents have witnessed and often complained about delays to local parks, roads and traffic intersections. In some instances, we have waited months and years to

I need your support to continue for the area.

Rates Freeze

This council has spent millions on buying a pub, subsidising hotels and fixing infrastructure blowouts using ratepayers money. Now is the time to help RATEPAYERS.

New Bus Routes in Tarneit

Lack of new bus routes and poor bus frequency in Tarneit has been a major issue for years. With patronage at Tarneit Train Station increasing

Local Parks and Roads

Residents have witnessed and often complained about delays to local parks, roads and traffic intersections. In some instances, we have waited months and years to

Collaborative advocacy resulting in commitments and improvements.

Additional 500 Carparks at Tarneit Station

Additional 500 Carparks at Tarneit Station

Increased Frequency For Bus Route 167

Increased Frequency For Bus Route 167

Hoppers Crossing Level Crossing Removal In 2022

Hoppers Crossing Level Crossing Removal In 2022

New Bus Routes Announced - Route 152 & Route 182

New Bus Routes Announced - Route 152 & Route 182

Collaborative advocacy resulting in commitments and improvements.

New Bus Routes Announced - Route 152 & Route 182

New Bus Routes Announced - Route 152 & Route 182

Additional 500 Carparks at Tarneit Station

Additional 500 Carparks at Tarneit Station

Hoppers Crossing Level Crossing Removal In 2022

Hoppers Crossing Level Crossing Removal In 2022

Increased Frequency For Bus Route 167

Increased Frequency For Bus Route 167

The next 4 years of council will be any other previous terms.

Rebuilding after COVID-19 is critical. It needs a focus on long-term planning that helps residents, communities and local businesses come back stronger, resilient and successful. At the same time, ensuring to prioritise resident's need without neglecting the most vulnerable.

Manufacturing Hubs Generating Local Employment

#MakeInWyndham
Building resilient communities take years and decades but post COVID-19 we need to focus on significantly expanding the industrial footprint in Wyndham, resulting in multiple avenues of employment generation. High reliance on single-ticket items (such as East Werribee Employment Precinct or Wyndham Stadium) for job creation needs to change. Read More

Maximise The Value Of Rates For Residents

Unmaintained parks and pathways, delayed roadworks and traffic intersections, and millions wasted on project debacles have been common in the past several years. I will firmly support initiatives to increase accountability and transparency from the council. The council functions have moved beyond the 3R’s (Rates, Roads and Rubbish) but that doesn’t mean the very basics get ignored. Read More

Focus on Health and Wellbeing of Families

Easy and quick access to open spaces improves the health and wellbeing of residents. There is an undersupply of sport and recreational facilities, and not a single venue for indoor sports. I will fight for ‘shovel ready’ capital projects that will provide equal opportunities for the entire community to use and enjoy our parks, sport and recreation facilities. Read More

Supporting Our Seniors For Active Participation

Improving the overall health and wellbeing of our seniors and ageing population is essential. I will advocate for the Active Ageing Program to be available across multiple sites in Wyndham, as the inability to travel distances becomes challenging for residents aged 65 and over. Read More

Upskilling and Supporting The Youth

Recent times have made online mediums easily accessible and cost-effective. Courses and workshops covering life skills, mental health, social responsibility and other vital topics can be delivered online to a broader audience at the same time. Read More

Public Issues Register

There is a growing disconnect between the council’s awareness of the issues that ratepayers face. Reporting an issue and subsequent follow ups become time-consuming due to relevant information often not publicly available. I commit to working towards implementing an online public issues register that will ensure that residents can report, search and track the common problems raised by them. Read More

Inclusive Community Consultation

Engaging the community in articulating their concerns and collaborating to find solutions often becomes a missed opportunity. There’s a wealth of knowledge that we possess but are not always able to tap in. I will work with residents and the council to aggressively promote community consultations and evaluate post-decision outcomes. Read More

The next 4 years of council will be any other previous terms.

Rebuilding after COVID-19 is critical. It needs a focus on long-term planning that helps residents, communities and local businesses come back stronger, resilient and successful. At the same time, ensuring to prioritise resident's need without neglecting the most vulnerable.

Manufacturing Hubs Generating Local Employment

#MakeInWyndham
Building resilient communities take years and decades but post COVID-19 we need to focus on significantly expanding the industrial footprint in Wyndham, resulting in multiple avenues of employment generation.

High reliance on single-ticket items (such as East Werribee Employment Precinct or Wyndham Stadium) for job creation needs to change. Read More

Maximise The Value Of Rates For Residents

Unmaintained parks and pathways, delayed roadworks and traffic intersections, and millions wasted on project debacles have been common in the past several years.

The council functions have moved beyond the 3R’s (Rates, Roads and Rubbish) but that doesn’t mean the very basics get ignored. Read More

Focus on Health and Wellbeing of Families

Easy and quick access to open spaces improves the health and wellbeing of residents. There is an undersupply of sport and recreational facilities, and not a single venue for indoor sports. Read More

Supporting Our Seniors For Active Participation

Improving the overall health and wellbeing of our seniors and ageing population is essential.

I will advocate for the Active Ageing Program to be available across multiple sites in Wyndham, as the inability to travel distances becomes challenging for residents aged 65 and over. See More

Upskilling and Supporting The Youth

Recent times have made online mediums easily accessible and cost-effective. Courses and workshops covering life skills, mental health, social responsibility and other vital topics can be delivered online to a broader audience at the same time. Read More

Public Issues Register

There is a growing disconnect between the council’s awareness of the issues that ratepayers face. Reporting an issue and subsequent follow ups become time-consuming due to relevant information often not publicly available.

I commit to working towards implementing an online public issues register that will ensure that residents can report, search and track the common problems raised by them. Read More

Inclusive Community Consultation

Engaging the community in articulating their concerns and collaborating to find solutions often becomes a missed opportunity. There’s a wealth of knowledge that we possess but are not always able to tap in. Read More

The that I bring to the council

Continuous Advocacy

Advocacy for me is persistently highlighting an issue until it’s resolved. Unlike other candidates, I promise to continue advocacy for resolution of pressing issues on an ongoing basis regardless of the election season.

Transparency & Availability

Being open and transparent on policies, issues, and their progress is of utmost importance. If elected as a Councillor, I will be working in the best interest of the ratepayers and make sure I am available ‘as and when’ needed.

Genuine Intention

I moved to Melbourne when I was only 18 and had been living in Melbourne’s west for nearly 20 years. I believe that it is now time for me to serve the community that has given me much love and success all along the years.

The that I bring to the council

Continuous Advocacy

Advocacy for me is persistently highlighting an issue until it’s resolved. Unlike other candidates, I promise to continue advocacy for resolution of pressing issues on an ongoing basis regardless of the election season.

Transparency & Availability

Being open and transparent on policies, issues, and their progress is of utmost importance. If elected as a Councillor, I will be working in the best interest of the ratepayers and make sure I am available ‘as and when’ needed.

Genuine Intention

I moved to Melbourne when I was only 18 and had been living in Melbourne’s west for nearly 20 years. I believe that it is now time for me to serve the community that has given me much love and success all along the years.