7.1.3 MPS permits by permit class by LGA as at 31 March 2007

LGA TOTAL MPS permit class
Individual Organisation Temporary
Albury 1,684 1,529 126 29
Armidale Dumaresq 803 713 70 20
Ashfield 1,549 1,392 117 40
Auburn 2,173 2,029 61 83
Ballina 1,666 1,590 33 43
Balranald 66 62 4 0
Bankstown 8,198 7,855 110 233
Bathurst Regional 1,201 1,101 74 26
Baulkham Hills 4,813 4,484 163 166
Bega Valley 1,401 1,302 63 36
Bellingen 502 475 16 11
Berrigan 242 218 19 5
Blacktown 9,893 9,380 224 289
Bland 230 223 4 3
Blayney 226 218 3 5
Blue Mountains 2,929 2,716 122 91
Bogan 65 48 17 0
Bombala 74 69 3 2
Boorowa 112 104 4 4
Botany Bay 1,450 1,366 42 42
Bourke 33 26 7 0
Brewarrina 19 18 1 0
Broken Hill 965 910 24 31
Burwood 1,214 1,140 43 31
Byron 970 888 65 17
Cabonne 508 486 16 6
Camden 1,475 1,381 42 52
Campbelltown 5,375 5,133 91 151
Canada Bay 2,962 2,844 32 86
Canterbury 5,594 5,388 59 147
Carrathool 87 82 5 0
Central Darling 24 22 0 2
Cessnock 2,823 2,740 30 53
Clarence Valley 2,315 2,222 62 31
Cobar 85 83 2 0
Coffs Harbour 3,059 2,921 76 62
Conargo 54 53 1 0
Coolamon 125 116 9 0
Cooma-Monaro 346 330 11 5
Coonamble 144 135 7 2
Cootamundra 285 277 6 2
Corowa Shire 405 396 4 5
Cowra 560 531 21 8
Deniliquin 246 238 7 1
Dubbo 1,246 1,166 52 28
Dungog 428 417 9 2
Eurobodalla 2,070 1,980 56 34
Fairfield 7,756 7,484 88 184
Forbes 306 292 8 6
Gilgandra 215 201 14 0
Glen Innes Severn 375 360 9 6
Gloucester 259 247 5 7
Gosford 8,594 8,246 182 166
Goulburn Mulwaree 1,306 1,182 99 25
Greater Taree 2,642 2,541 49 52
Greater Hume Shire 299 292 2 5
Great Lakes 2,518 2,448 26 44
Griffith 677 651 13 13
Gundagai 113 110 2 1
Gunnedah 370 350 11 9
Guyra 142 140 0 2
Gwydir 192 184 5 3
Harden 178 167 8 3
Hawkesbury 2,128 1,965 99 64
Hay 86 78 4 4
Holroyd 4,004 3,780 125 99
Hornsby 4,964 4,551 257 156
Hunters Hill 660 601 40 19
Hurstville 3,149 3,028 32 89
Inverell 524 493 25 6
Jerilderie 64 63 1 0
Junee 252 243 4 5
Kempsey 1,451 1,401 26 24
Kiama 1,031 987 19 25
Kogarah 2,123 2,047 26 50
Ku-ring-gai 4,214 3,936 113 165
Kyogle 247 238 6 3
Lachlan 250 232 12 6
Lake Macquarie 10,998 10,733 92 173
Lane Cove 1,103 1,009 43 51
Leeton 432 424 4 4
Leichhardt 1,449 1,227 173 49
Lismore 1,395 1,247 128 20
Lithgow 993 946 29 18
Liverpool 5,937 5,674 60 203
Liverpool Plains 366 362 3 1
Lockhart 117 108 8 1
Maitland 3,404 3,302 51 51
Manly 1,123 1,075 14 34
Marrickville 2,049 1,864 123 62
Mid-Western Regional 780 743 25 12
Moree Plains 239 226 10 3
Mosman 930 888 6 36
Murray 201 194 7 0
Murrumbidgee 95 86 7 2
Muswellbrook 454 404 40 10
Nambucca 1,188 1,138 27 23
Narrabri 439 408 21 10
Narrandera 268 260 7 1
Narromine 190 182 2 6
Newcastle 7,747 7,313 292 142
North Sydney 1,675 1,514 72 89
Oberon 159 153 5 1
Orange 1,357 1,266 64 27
Palerang 384 363 6 15
Parkes 581 545 16 20
Parramatta 5,931 5,547 215 169
Penrith 6,144 5,807 147 190
Pittwater 2,120 2,039 21 60
Port Macquarie-Hastings 3,991 3,781 117 93
Port Stephens 3,535 3,409 44 82
Queanbeyan 1,312 1,216 31 65
Randwick 4,869 4,600 135 134
Richmond Valley 742 704 33 5
Rockdale 3,950 3,786 60 104
Ryde 4,374 4,126 141 107
Shellharbour 3,332 3,204 54 74
Shoalhaven 6,070 5,875 91 104
Singleton 775 748 18 9
Snowy River 202 160 28 14
Strathfield 993 951 16 26
Sutherland Shire 7,365 6,936 143 286
Sydney 3,781 2,932 724 125
Tamworth Regional 2,087 1,962 73 52
Temora 225 217 5 3
Tenterfield 165 154 10 1
Tumbarumba 96 90 4 2
Tumut Shire 397 360 28 9
Tweed 4,682 4,507 102 73
Upper Hunter Shire 406 383 15 8
Upper Lachlan Shire 303 296 5 2
Uralla 219 197 18 4
Urana 41 38 3 0
Wagga Wagga 1,777 1,687 57 33
Wakool 105 100 5 0
Walcha 117 112 3 2
Walgett 170 138 30 2
Warren 83 80 3 0
Warringah 5,227 4,841 220 166
Warrumbungle Shire 393 372 14 7
Waverley 2,758 2,606 74 78
Weddin 166 158 4 4
Wellington 380 360 6 14
Wentworth 73 70 3 0
Willoughby 2,434 2,216 130 88
Wingecarribee 1,885 1,810 36 39
Wollondilly 1,426 1,371 18 37
Wollongong 8,600 8,083 326 191
Woollahra 2,621 2,418 113 90
Wyong 9,828 9,562 74 192
Yass Valley 556 502 30 24
Young 536 502 12 22
Unincorporated NSW 38 36 1 1
Outside NSW 222 199 17 6

Note: Counts by LGA are estimates, which are based on counts of MPS permits by postcode and derived by applying the proportion of population in each postcode falling into a given LGA using a concordance file supplied by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.