Councillor Terry Tyzack and Councillor David Lagan represent the City of Stirling's Inglewood Ward.

Inglewood Ward includes the suburbs of Dianella*, Inglewood and Yokine*. For further information pertaining to the Councillors contact details and to find out which Committees and Working Groups the Councillors are members of read below.

* denotes suburbs that are located in multiple wards.

Councillor Terry Tyzack


Contact Details

23 Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine WA 6060
Telephone: (08) 9444 5381
Mobile: 0419 045 980


City of Stirling Councillor since: 1991

Also elected to Council: 1974-1977; 1978-1982; 1983-1989

Term Expires: October 2017

Councillor Terry Tyzack is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, an Honorary Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia, a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow and a Life Member of the Western Australian Local Government Association.

Councillor Tyzack has served a total of 38 years as a City of Stirling Councillor, two terms as Mayor and has represented local government on important regional and state committees including the Western Australian Planning Commission.

Councillor Tyzack has maintained a strong commitment to the wider community throughout his adult life. In addition to his service to local government, he has served as Chair of the Governing Council of West Coast College of TAFE and Deputy Chair of Mercy Private Hospital Board.

Councillor Tyzack believes that sound financial planning is the key to a strong local government and consistently advocates for responsible spending and decision-making with emphasis on projects and initiatives that demonstrate sustainability and deliver broad community benefits.

Council Committees

Councillor Tyzack is a member of the following Committees:
  • Planning and Development Committee
  • Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review Committee
  • Audit Committee
  • Strategic Property Committee

Other Committee/Working Groups memberships

Councillor Tyzack is also a member of the following:
  • Tamala Park Regional Council (alternate member)

 

Councillor David Lagan

Councillor David Lagan  

 

Contact Details

63 Wood Street, Inglewood WA 6052
Telephone: (08) 9371 1206
Mobile: 0408 068 597
Fax: (08) 9345 8822

Email: David.Lagan@stirling.wa.gov.au

 

City of Stirling Councillor since: 2011

Term Expires: October 2019

Councillor David Lagan has a background in teaching, teacher training and events management with direct relation to sport and physical education in the primary years.

He is a multi-awarded specialist in this area having managed programs in a variety of areas within the WA Education system. Councillor Lagan has been awarded two Premier’s awards through the ACHPER Awards system for school and district office-based Physical and Health Education programs in WA schools.

Having worked in the Australian Sports Commission in federally funded AASC programs he is aware of the complexities of policy input and outcomes at all levels of government and is keen for sport and activity for all ages to remain a high focus for the City.

 Councillor Lagan grew up in a family heavily involved in the WA wine industry and understands the need for both progressive ideas leading to new and innovative business models and the need for financial prudence. With two young children Councillor Lagan is mindful of the need for well-funded resources for families within the City and well maintained services for all ratepayers. Councillor Lagan’s aim is for him to remain available to ratepayers and part of the ongoing visions for a stronger and continually developing City.

Council Committees

Councillor Lagan is a member of the following Committees:
  • Community and Resources Committee
  • Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review Committee
  • Audit Committee - Deputy Presiding Member
  • Strategic Property Committee

Other Committee/Working Groups memberships

 Councillor Lagan is a member of the following:

  • Western Australian Local Government Association - North Metropolitan Zone Committee
  • North West Districts Planning Committee