List of mayors, lord mayors and administrators of Sydney

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Lord Mayor of City of Sydney
Clover Moore in May 2012.jpg
Incumbent
Clover Moore

since 27 March 2004
Style The Right Honourable the Lord Mayor
Appointer Council of the City of Sydney
Term length 4 years, renewable indefinitely (Since 1995)
Inaugural holder Charles Windeyer (Mayor)
Sir Thomas Hughes
(Lord Mayor)
Formation 1842 (as Mayor)
1902 (as Lord Mayor)
Deputy Jess Miller
Website Lord Mayor of Sydney

The Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of Sydney is the head of the Council of the City of Sydney, which is the local government area covering the central business district of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The Lord Mayor has been directly elected since 1995, replacing the previous system of being internally elected annually by the Councillors, and serves a four-year term. The most recent election was held on 10 September 2016, at which the incumbent Lord Mayor, Clover Moore, was re-elected to a fourth term.[1] The Lord Mayor is assisted in their work by a Deputy Lord Mayor, who is elected on an annual basis by the elected councillors.

Office history

The office of the Mayor of Sydney along with the City of Sydney was created on 20 July 1842 pursuant to the Sydney City Incorporation Act 1842 by Governor Sir George Gipps. Prior to the first municipal election, the governor nominated magistrate Charles Windeyer to serve as interim Mayor.[2] The first council, consisting of 24 aldermen elected across six wards, was declared elected on 3 November 1842 and first met in the George Street Market Building (now the site of the Queen Victoria Building) on 9 November and elected John Hosking as the first elected Mayor of Sydney.[3]

The title of Mayor (in full: The Right Worshipful the Mayor[4]) was elevated to "Lord Mayor" in 1902 by King Edward VII, and as part of this process received the honorific The Right Honourable, a title which attaches to the title of Lord Mayor and not to the individual holding the office. In December 1915, the Parliament of New South Wales passed the Sydney Corporation (Election of Mayor) Act, 1915 which amended the 1902 act to allow for the Governor to appoint the Lord Mayor should the council be unable to elect a candidate on or before the 30 December of any year.[5] This occurred three times, in 1916, 1920 and 1934.

The office of Lord Mayor, along with the City of Sydney, was governed by the Sydney Corporation Act, 1932 until the passing of the Local Government (Areas) Act 1948, which placed Sydney under the terms of the Local Government Act 1919 which governed all other local governments in the state. This meant that the election of Lord Mayor (until 1971 in December of each year, and then in September) marked the beginning of the term, instead of the previous system where the lord mayoral term began on 1 January and expired on 31 December. When the City of Sydney Act 1988 was passed, the City of Sydney was once again governed under a separate law, but the election of Lord Mayor did not change until the Local Government Legislation Amendment Act 1995, which allowed for popular direct elections from 1995.[6]

Vestments of office

As head of the council, the Lord Mayor is entitled to wear the chains and robes of office, as befitting the ancient status of lord mayor of a large city. In 1902 the Sydney Chamber of Commerce commissioned the first link of a mayoral chain. In 1903, the Governor of New South Wales, Sir Harry Rawson presented the first Lord Mayor, Thomas Hughes, with the chain of office. It features the coat of arms of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce and the Stock Exchange and a pendant depicting the coat of arms of Sydney. Successive mayors each added a medallion, on which was embossed their term of office. By 1945, this practice had ended because of the size and weight of the chain. Today, the chain is worn with the robes of office only for rare civic ceremonies; a smaller collar being worn for most civic duties.

The original civic robe for the Mayor of Sydney in 1842 was purple, trimmed with ermine and worn with a court dress hat. The current robes worn by the Lord Mayor and Deputy Lord Mayor are black, trimmed with ermine, and worn with bicorne hat, lace jabot and white gloves. They are worn rarely and only at major civic functions.[7] Recently, it has become the custom not to wear the robes.

List of Mayors, Lord Mayors and administrators

# Officeholder Party Title Term start Term end Time in office Notes
1 Charles Windeyer n/a Mayor 12 August 1842 9 November 1842 89 days [2]
2 John Hosking 9 November 1842 1843 [8]
3 James Robert Wilshire 1843 1844
4 George Allen 1845 1845
5 Henry McDermott 1846 1846
6 Thomas Broughton 1847 1847
7 Joshua Frey Josephson 1848 1848
8 Edward Flood 1849 1849
9 George Hill 1850 1850
10 William Edward Thurlow 1851 1852
11 Daniel Egan 1853 1853
n/a Gilbert Elliot Chief Commissioner 1854 1856
Frederick Orme Darval Commissioner
John Rae
12 George Thornton Mayor 1857 1857
13 John Williams 1858 1858
14 George Smith 1859 1859
15 James Murphy 1860 1860
16 John Sutherland 1861 1861
17 James Oatley 1862 1862
18 Thomas Spence 1863 1863
19 William Speer 1864 1864
20 John Woods 1865 1865
21 John Sutton 1866 1866
22 Charles Moore 1867 1869
23 Walter Renny 1869 1870
24 Michael Chapman 1871 1872
25 James Merriman 1873 1873
26 Stephen Styles Goold 1874 1874
27 Benjamin Palmer 1875 1876
James Merriman 1877 1878
28 Charles James Roberts 1879 1879
29 Robert Fowler 1880 1880
30 John Harris 1881 1883
31 John Hardie 1884 1884
32 Thomas Playfair 1 January 1885 (1885-01-01) 31 December 1885 (1885-12-31) 364 days [9]
33 John Young 1 January 1886 31 December 1886 364 days
34 Alban Joseph Riley   Independent 1887 1887
35 John Harris   Independent 1888 1889
36 Sydney Burdekin   Independent 1890 1891
37 Sir William Patrick Manning   Independent 1891 1894
38 Samuel Edward Lees   Independent 1895 1895
39 Isaac Ellis Ives   Independent 1896 1897
40 Sir Matthew Harris   Independent 1898 1900
41 Sir James Graham   Independent 1901 31 December 1901
42 Thomas Hughes   Independent 1 January 1902 31 December 1902 364 days
Lord Mayor 1 January 1903 31 December 1903 364 days
Samuel Edward Lees   Independent 1 January 1904 31 December 1904 365 days
43 Allen Taylor   Independent 1 January 1905 31 December 1906 1 year, 364 days
Thomas Hughes   Independent 1 January 1906 31 December 1908 2 years, 365 days
Sir Allen Taylor   Independent 1 January 1909 1 May 1912 3 years, 121 days
44 George Thomas Clarke   Independent 1 May 1912 31 December 1912 244 days [10][11]
45 Sir Arthur Cocks   Independent 1913 1913
46 Richard Watkins Richards   Independent 1 January 1914 31 December 1915
47 Richard Meagher   Labor 15 January 1916 31 December 1917 [12]
48 James Joynton Smith   Independent 1 January 1918 31 December 1918
49 John English   Labor 1 January 1919 8 March 1919
Sir Richard Watkins Richards   Independent 11 March 1919 12 March 1920 [13]
50 William Patrick Fitzgerald   Labor 1920 1920
51 William Lambert   1921 1921
52 William McElhone   Independent 1922 1922
53 David Gilpin   Civic Reform 1 January 1923 31 December 1924
54 Patrick Vincent Stokes   Labor 1 January 1925 31 December 1926 1 year, 364 days [14][15]
55 John Harold Mostyn   1 January 1927 3 January 1928 1 year, 2 days [16][17][18]
n/a Edmund Patrick Fleming n/a Chief Commissioner 3 January 1928 3 October 1928 274 days [19][20][21]
John Garlick Commissioner 30 October 1928 301 days
Henry Edgar Morton 30 June 1930 2 years, 178 days
John Garlick Chief Commissioner 30 October 1928 1 year, 243 days [22][23]
Gordon Bennett Commissioner [23][24]
56 Ernest Marks   Civic Reform Lord Mayor 1 July 1930 31 December 1930 183 days [25]
57 Joseph Jackson   1 January 1931 31 December 1931 364 days [26][27]
58 Sir Samuel Walder   1 January 1932 31 December 1932 365 days [28]
59 Richard Hagon   Independent 1 January 1933 31 December 1933 364 days [29]
60 Sir Alfred Parker   Civic Reform 1 January 1934 18 October 1935 1 year, 290 days [30][31][32]
61 Arthur McElhone   Independent 22 October 1935 31 December 1935 70 days [33]
62 Archibald Howie   Civic Reform 1 January 1936 31 December 1937 1 year, 364 days [34][35]
63 Sir Norman Nock   1 January 1938 31 December 1939 1 year, 364 days [36][37]
64 Stanley Crick   1 January 1940 31 December 1942 2 years, 364 days [38][39][40]
65 Reg Bartley   1 January 1943 31 December 1944 1 year, 365 days [41][42]
66 William Harding   1 January 1945 31 December 1945 364 days [43]
Reg Bartley   1 January 1946 31 December 1948 2 years, 348 days [44][45][46]
67 Ernest Charles O'Dea   Labor 1 January 1949 9 December 1952 3 years, 361 days [47][48][49][50]
68 Pat Hills   9 December 1952 30 November 1956 3 years, 357 days [51]
69 Harry Jensen   1 December 1956 3 December 1965 9 years, 2 days [52][53]
70 John Armstrong   4 December 1965 13 November 1967 1 year, 344 days [54]
n/a Vernon Treatt n/a Chief Commissioner 14 November 1967 26 September 1969 1 year, 316 days [55]
John Shaw Deputy Chief Commissioner
William Pettingell Commissioner
71 Sir Laurence Emmet McDermott   Civic Reform Lord Mayor 7 October 1969 25 September 1972 2 years, 364 days [56]
72 David Griffin   25 September 1972 24 September 1973 364 days [57]
73 Sir Nicholas Shehadie   24 September 1973 26 September 1975 2 years, 2 days [58][59]
74 Leo Port   26 September 1975 26 August 1978 2 years, 334 days [60]
75 Nelson Meers   26 August 1978 19 September 1980 2 years, 24 days [61][62]
76 Doug Sutherland   Labor 20 September 1980 26 March 1987 6 years, 187 days [63]
n/a Sir Eric Neal n/a Administrator 26 March 1987 6 April 1987 11 days [64]
Chief Commissioner 7 April 1987 31 December 1988 1 year, 268 days [65]
Sir Nicholas Shehadie Deputy Chief Commissioner [66]
Norman Oakes Commissioner [67]
77 Jeremy Bingham   Civic Reform Lord Mayor 3 January 1989 18 September 1991 2 years, 258 days [68][69]
78 Frank Sartor   Living Sydney Independents 23 September 1991 7 April 2003 11 years, 201 days [70][71]
79 Lucy Turnbull   7 April 2003 6 February 2004 305 days [72][73][74]
n/a Tony Pooley n/a Commissioner 6 February 2004 27 March 2004 50 days [75]
Garry Payne
Lucy Turnbull
80 Clover Moore   Clover Moore Independent Team Lord Mayor 27 March 2004 Incumbent 14 years, 166 days [76]

List of Deputy Lord Mayors

The position of Deputy Lord Mayor was made a permanent council position when the Local Government (Areas) Act 1948 placed the City of Sydney under the main body of local government legislation. Prior to 1 January 1949, "Deputy" Lord Mayors were occasionally elected to act for the council during times of absence or illness of a sitting Lord Mayor, but the position was not permanent under the Sydney Corporation Act 1932 or any previous acts. The following individuals have been elected as Deputy Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney:

# Officeholder Party Term start Term end Time in office Notes Lord Mayor
1 John James Carroll   Labor 1 January 1949 14 December 1950 1 year, 347 days [77][78] O'Dea
2 Jack Byrne   14 December 1950 15 December 1952 2 years, 1 day [79]
3 Frank Green   15 December 1952 6 January 1954 1 year, 22 days [80] Hills
4 Kevin Dwyer   6 January 1954 13 December 1954 341 days [81][82]
5 Anthony Doherty   13 December 1954 December 1955 [83]
Kevin Dwyer   December 1955 December 1956
Jack Byrne   December 1956 December 1959 Jensen
6 Francis Joseph Dixon   December 1959 December 1961
7 Henry Burland   December 1961 December 1963
8 Clifford Noble   December 1963 December 1964
Henry Burland   December 1964 December 1965
9 Joseph Bradford   December 1965 13 November 1967 Armstrong
10 Nicholas Shehadie   Civic Reform 7 October 1969 24 September 1973 3 years, 352 days [56] McDermott
Griffin
11 Barrett Lewis   24 September 1973 September 1974 [59] Shehadie
12 Leo Port   September 1974 September 1975
13 Andrew Briger   September 1975 September 1976 Port
Barrett Lewis   September 1976 September 1977
14 Nelson Meers   September 1977 September 1978
15 Jeremy Bingham   September 1978 September 1980 Meers
Joseph Bradford   Labor September 1980 September 1981 Sutherland
Bill Hartup   September 1981 September 1982
Joseph Bradford   September 1982 September 1983
Jack Calpis   September 1983 September 1984
Stanley Ashmore-Smith   September 1984 September 1985
September 1985 September 1986
September 1986 26 March 1987
Ross Bonthorne   Civic Reform 3 January 1989 18 September 1991 2 years, 258 days [68] Bingham
Henry Tsang   Labor 23 September 1991 11 September 1999 7 years, 353 days [71] Sartor
Lucy Turnbull   Living Sydney Independents 18 September 1999 7 April 2003 3 years, 201 days [73][74]
Dixie Coulton   7 April 2003 14 September 2003 305 days [72][84] Turnbull
  Sydney Independents 14 September 2003 6 February 2004
John McInerney   Clover Moore Independent Team 19 April 2004 12 September 2005 1 year, 146 days [85] Moore
Verity Firth   Labor 12 September 2005 18 September 2006 1 year, 6 days [86]
Chris Harris   Greens 18 September 2006 17 September 2007 364 days [87]
Tony Pooley   Labor 17 September 2007 13 September 2008 362 days [88]
Marcelle Hoff   Clover Moore Independent Team 29 September 2008 21 September 2009 357 days [89]
Phillip Black   21 September 2009 13 September 2010 357 days [90]
Marcelle Hoff   13 September 2010 19 September 2011 1 year, 6 days [91]
Robert Kok   19 September 2011 21 September 2012 1 year, 2 days [92]
Robyn Kemmis   21 September 2012 26 December 2015 3 years, 96 days [92][93][94]
Irene Doutney   Greens 29 February 2016 10 September 2016 194 days [95]
Kerryn Phelps   Clover Moore Independent Team 23 September 2016 27 June 2017 360 days [96][97][98]
  Independent 27 June 2017 18 September 2017
Jess Miller   Clover Moore Independent Team 18 September 2017 Incumbent 356 days [99]

List of Town Clerks, General Managers, and Chief Executive Officers

The first Town Clerk of Sydney was appointed on 3 September 1842 on a provisional basis by the Governor, pending the election of aldermen. When the council was dismissed in December 1853 and replaced by a board of three commissioners, the post of town clerk was left vacant.[100] The Local Government Act, 1993 removed the requirement that the administrative head of a council be a "Town or Shire Clerk" and specified that the head was to be known as the General Manager. The Sydney City Council had previously recognised the changing nature of role in appointing their first General Manager in December 1992. In May 2005, the title of General Manager was changed to Chief Executive Officer (CEO).[101]

# Officeholder Title Term start Term end Time in office Notes
1 Richard O'Connor Provisional Town Clerk 3 September 1842 16 November 1842 74 days
2 Charles Henry Chambers Town Clerk 16 November 1842 27 July 1843 253 days
3 John Rae 27 July 1843 December 1853
4 Charles Henry Woolcott Town Clerk 1857 1887 [102]
5 Henry J. Daniels 1887 31 January 1898
6 John R. Palmer 19 July 1898 4 October 1899 1 year, 77 days
7 Robert Anderson 24 October 1899 25 January 1901 1 year, 93 days
John R. Palmer Acting Town Clerk 19 February 1901 31 December 1901 315 days
8 Thomas Huggins Nesbitt Town Clerk 1 January 1902 30 June 1924 22 years, 181 days [103][104]
9 William Glazebrook Layton 1 July 1924 31 May 1931 [105]
10 Roy Hendy 1 June 1931 28 February 1956 [106]
11 Edward William Adams 1 March 1956 July 1962 [107]
12 Jack Hercules Luscombe July 1962 30 March 1974 [108][109]
13 Leon Parmeter Carter 1 April 1974 August 1992
14 Graham Joss Acting Town Clerk 17 August 1992 4 December 1992 109 days
15 Katie Lahey General Manager 14 December 1992 25 August 1995 2 years, 254 days [110][111]
16 Greg Maddock 1 February 1996 January 2001
17 Murray Douglas February 2001 June 2001
18 John Kass Acting General Manager July 2001 October 2001
19 Robert Domm General Manager November 2001 September 2004 [75]
20 Petar Vladeta Acting General Manager October 2004 March 2005
21 Peter Seamer General Manager March 2005 May 2005 [112]
Chief Executive Officer May 2005 April 2006
22 Monica Barone 7 August 2006 incumbent 12 years, 33 days [113]

Lord Mayoral electoral record

In 1995 the Local Government Legislation Amendment Act 1995 amended the City of Sydney Act 1988, to allow for popular direct elections of the Lord Mayor from September 1995. Here are the available results of each Lord Mayoral election since 1995:

Lord Mayoral election 2016[114]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Clover Moore Independent Team Clover Moore 48,068 57.83
Liberal Christine Forster 15,753 18.95
Labor Linda Scott 8,673 10.43
Sydney Matters Angela Vithoulkas 6,432 7.74
Greens Lindsay Johnston 4,200 5.05
Total formal votes 83,126
Informal votes 1,361 1.61
Turnout 84,487
CMI hold Swing
Lord Mayoral election 2012[115]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Clover Moore Independent Team Clover Moore 34,903 51.07
Liberal Edward Mandla 11,031 16.14
Labor Linda Scott 7,124 10.42
Living Sydney Angela Vithoulkas 6,722 9.84 +9.84
Greens Irene Doutney 4,462 6.53
Sex Party Zahra Stardust 2,241 3.28 +3.28
Independent Dixie Coulton 1,303 1.91
Denis Doherty 557 0.82 +0.82
Total formal votes 68,343
Informal votes 1,816
Turnout 70,159
CMI hold Swing
Lord Mayoral election 2008[116]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Clover Moore Independent Team Clover Moore 34,085 56
Labor Meredith Burgmann 9,066 15
Liberal Shayne Mallard 8,469 14
Greens Chris Harris 8,094 13
Independent Ormond McDermott 653 1
Total formal votes 60,367
Informal votes 1,824
Turnout 62,191
CMI hold Swing

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