Shire of Beverley - Local Government Elections

Extraordinary Election 2021/22

Friday 21 January 2022

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Nominations are called for the Local Government Extraordinary Election to be held on Friday 21 January 2022 to fill one (1) 2-year term .

To be a Councillor, you would be involved in running an organisation with the responsibility of making decisions that have a major impact on our lifestyle. As a representative of your community you will find the role enjoyable, challenging and stimulating with involvement in matters as diverse as recreation, strategic planning, the environment, financial planning, town planning, youth, roads and many more.

Vacancies

DISTRICT          One vacancy                   One 2 year term

Who is eligible?

Any person who is an Australian Citizen over the age of 18 years who is an elector of the district and is not disqualified under the Local Government Act 1995 may nominate for council.

Prior to nominating, a candidate must complete Local Government Candidate Induction online through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Communities website. You require an email address to complete the induction.

https://www.dlgsc.wa.gov.au/local-government/local-governments/council-elections/induction-for-prospective-candidates

When to nominate

Nominations open on Wednesday 8 December 2021 and close at 4.00pm sharp on Wednesday 15 December 2021.

Where to nominate

At the Shire of Beverley Office, 136 Vincent Street, Beverley.

The Office is open from 8:30am – 4:00pm

Nominations must be to the Returning Officer (CEO) on a prescribed form that is available from the Shire Office.

An $80 nomination deposit is required as well as a profile of the candidate consisting of no more than 800 words. You can include a recent passport sized photo of the candidate’s head or head and shoulders if you wish.

If unable to personally attend to nominate, an authorised agent can do this on a candidate’s behalf.

For more information contact CEO Stephen Gollan, a nomination pack is available from the Shire Office.

RESULTS OF PREVIOUS ELECTION 

Local Government Act 1995

Local Government (Elections) Regulations 1997 [s.4.77]

These are the results of the local government election held on 19th October 2019. At the close of nominations, six nominations were received for six vacancies. 

 

 

District

Candidate

 

Number of Votes

Beverley

 

David WHITE

 

Elected Unopposed

Beverley

 

Alan SATTLER

 

Elected Unopposed

Beverley

 

Susan MARTIN

 

Elected Unopposed

Beverley

 

John MAXWELL

 

Elected Unopposed

Beverley

 

Don DAVIS

 

Elected Unopposed

Beverley

 

 

Tim SEED

 

 

Elected Unopposed

   

Therefore the following people are elected as councillors for the District of Beverley

Each councillor will hold office until the date set out next to his name.

 

 

Name

Expiry of term

David WHITE

18 October 2025

Alan SATTLER

18 October 2025

Susan MARTIN

18 October 2025

John MAXWELL

18 October 2025

Don DAVIS

18 October 2025

Tim SEED 21 October 2023*

*Extraordinary position filled.

There were no Electoral Gifts or Donations to register. CLICK HERE to view

Stephen P GOLLAN

Returning Officer

9 September 2021