Cr Grant Tillett
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About Councillor Tillett
Elected in October 2016, Councillor Grant Tillett is a long-time community activist who brings impeccable business credentials to his role as a North Ward Councillor.
Cr Tillett has been self-employed most of his life with extensive and varied business interests. He is a fourth-generation master stonemason; a farmer producing dairy, wool, cattle, fat lambs, cropping and fruit; and he also worked as a wholesale butcher, a livestock trader, and in the harness racing and construction industries.
Cr Tillett worked as the director of his own national transport company for 60 years - as a result he has a strong and ongoing interest in transport and associated transport infrastructure. He believes Ballarat’s economic prosperity hinges on the delivery of critical commercial and commuter transport links between Ballarat and Melbourne. Lobbying for the provision of appropriate road and rail networks, including new train stations in the municipality and associated parking infrastructure, is one of Cr Tillett’s key priorities.
- Community Impact Special Committee
- Contracts Approval Special Committee
- Invermay Recreation Reserve Special Committee
- Audit Advisory Committee
- Ascot Hall Committee
- Ballarat Airport/Aerodrome Advisory Committee
- Burrumbeet Soldiers Memorial Hall Committee
- Cardigan Village Community Centre Advisory Committee
- Clean Ballarat Committee
- Miners Rest Hall Advisory Committee
- Road Safety Advisory Committee
- Grampians Central West Waste and Resource Recovery Group
- CEO Performance Review Advisory Committee
- Sunraysia Highway Improvement Committee
- Western Highway Action Committee
- Municipal Emergency Management Planning Committee
- Municipal Fire Management Planning Committee
- Coghills Creek / Glendaruel Cemetery
- Learmonth Cemetery
- Portfolios: Infrastructure and Environment (Sustainability) and Finance