Community Atlas and Profile
McCrindle Research specialise in analysing social trends, demographic shifts, generational studies, consumer insights and employment behaviour. This report describes the top ten demographic and social trends impacting Australia in the coming decade, and relates the trend to the Hornsby local government area - 2020: Looking to the future - 10 Demographic and Social Trends Impacting Australia and Hornsby LGA - 1MB
The Community Atlas is an intitiative of Council to help you discover more about our community. It shows, for example, how diverse we are and where particular groups in our community are concentrated. It is important for service providers, business investors and a resource to schools.
The Community Atlas is also an important decision making tool for Council in that it assists in evidence-based decisions and in setting priorities in the face of complex and changing demands.
The Community Profile is the initiative of the Council and the Northern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils. It provides easy access to the social and demographic information for the Shire and its suburbs on line and in a new easy-to-use format.
The Community Profile will be invaluable for the Council in the planning, delivering services and advocating for the people of Hornsby. It provides the community with an easy understanding of the social and demographic characteristics of their suburbs and how they compare with other suburbs as well as how the Shire compares with other local government areas in northern Sydney and the metropolitan region. It will also be a useful resource for the business community considering investing in the Shire.
These online tools are regularly updated. This will enable the Council and the business community to have up to date information in their decision making. It will also enable the community to monitor the changing character or their suburbs and the Shire.
We are confident that you will find the Community Atlas a valuable resource and we are keen for your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require further information, please contact the Strategy Division on (02) 9847 6999