Our Publications

View our organisation's key publications below, which include our Constitution, Annual Reports and several other significant documents.


LCSA Constitution 2015

LCSA Constitution

LCSA is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation operating within a constitution determined by its members.

As an incorporated association under the NSW Associations Incorporation Act 2009 (the Act), our current constitution with the changes approved by members at the 2015 Annual General Meeting, is registered with the NSW Fair Trading.

Our full constitution is available to view or download.

LCSA Constitution


LCSA Annual Reports

LCSA Annual Reports

Our Annual Report provides an overview of the organisation's work and financial statements for each year. View or download our most recent reports below:


LCSA Policy Position

LCSA Policy Position 2019 NSW State Election

In the lead up to the 2019 NSW State Election, LCSA developed a policy platform that asked for a government commitment to retain diversity in the community services sector with a range of difference organisations in scope, size and services delivery models.

This submission to government outlines new policies that would ensure the long-term sustainability of Neighbourhood Centres through a Four-Point Plan:

  1. Recognise Neighbourhood Centres as essential social infrastructure
  2. Acknowledge the significant contribution community development activities make to the economic and social wellbeing of communities
  3. Recognise the significant opportunities offered by neighbourhood centres across all human services including child protection prevention and early intervention
  4. Build statewide capability in the governance, management and provision of Neighbourhood Centres

View or download LCSA's Policy Position document.

LCSA Policy Position