Mr (Greg) Gregory Michael PIPER, MP

Mr (Greg) Gregory Michael PIPER,  MP
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Lake Macquarie
Independent



Contact Details

A Mr Greg Piper, MP
92 Victory Parade
TORONTO NSW 2283
P (02) 4959 3200
F (02) 4950 4076
E lakemacquarie@parliament.nsw.gov.au
W www.gregpiper1.com

Parliamentary Activity

Current Positions

PositionStartNotes
Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly24 Mar 2007 
Member for Lake Macquarie24 Mar 2007 
Member, Public Accounts Committee21 Mar 2013 
Member, State and Regional Development Committee21 Mar 2013 
Member, Standing Orders and Procedure Committee21 Mar 2013 
Member, Select Committee on the Motor Vehicle Repair Industry19 Nov 2013 

Prior Positions

PositionStartEndPeriodNotes
Member, Legislative Assembly Committee on Transport and Infrastructure22 Jun 201120 Jun 20131yr 11mths 30days 
Member, Standing Committee on Natural Resource Management (Climate Change)24 Sep 20084 Mar 20112yrs 5mths 9days 
Member, Standing Committee on Broadband in Rural and Regional Communities28 Jun 200727 Nov 20081yr 5mths 

Parliamentary Record

Mr Piper's speeches in Hansard

Mr Piper's questions published in the Question & Answer Paper

About the Lake Macquarie Electorate

Provincial. Residential suburban around Lake Foreshore, rural along base of Watagan Mountains, State Forests. Located within Hunter Statistical Agricultural Subdivision.

Principal towns: Alison, Arcadia Vale, Awaba, Balcolyn, Balmoral, Blackalls Park, Bolton Point, Bonnells Bay, Boolaroo, Booragul, Brightwaters, Buttaba, Cardiff, Carey Bay, Cedar Brush Creek, Central Mangrove, Coal Point, Cockle Creek, Cooranbong, Dooralong, Dora Creek, Durren Durren, Eraring, Fassifern, Fennell Bay, Fishing Point, Freemans Waterhole, Jilliby, Kangy Angy, Kiar, Kilaben Bay, Killingworth, Kulnura, Lakelands, Lemon Tree, Little Jilliby, Macquarie Hills, Mandalong, Mardi, Marmong Point, Martinsville, Mirrabooka, Morisset, Morisset Park, Myuna Bay, Ourimbah, Palm Grove, Palmdale, Rathmines, Ravensdale, Ryhope, Silverwater, Speers Point, Sunshine, Teralba, Toronto, Wakefield, Wangi Wangi, Warners Bay, Windermere Park, Woodrising, Wyee, Wyee Point, Wyong Creek, Yarramalong, Yarrawonga Park.

Area: 1,062 sq km.

Population: 65,509. Enrolment: 49,742.

For more detailed information see - http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/state_government_elections/electoral_districts/all_districts_/lake_macquarie

Biography

Community Activity - Chairman, Lake Macquarie Coastal and Estuary Management Committee, 1993 to Current. Chairman, Lake Macquarie Improvement Project, 1999 to 2009. Director, Hunter Waste Planning and Management Board, 1996 to 2002. Chairman and Director, Hunter Integrated Resources, 2002 to 2009.

Local Government Activity - Lake Macquarie City Council Activites Mayor, 2004 to Current. Councillor 1991 to Current.




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