Councillor Greg Sayers

Your independent candidate
who is working hard for all
residents and ratepayers

"Say It To Sayers"

What Greg Stands For

Greg Sayers is an Auckland Councillor and an experienced businessman. He is an independent candidate who has been re-elected as the Rodney Councillor on the Auckland Council.

He convincingly unseated the sitting incumbent the year he stood for election by an unprecedented margin of the votes. Furthermore, due to the respect he had built up as a community team-player, along with his proven record of achieving results for Rodney, he was unopposed in his re-election in 2019 and won what was described as a “landslide” in the last 2022 elections.

Sayers is very strongly cemented in as a proactive and hardworking Councillor for Rodney.

Greg believes a central city focus, and the failure to deal with important local issues, are key issues he is expected to fight for and correct.

He is working from a platform of stopping Council’s wastage and overspending, getting Council back to core business and having local rates spent locally.

With a proven background of private sector financial and governance experience, now combined with political experience, he has the balance of skills people are wanting to see in their Councillor.

He holds business degree, as well as a Bachelor in science (Chemistry). 

Greg is approachable, a good listener and he cares.


Read More About Greg Sayers Meet Greg Sayers




July 1, 2024

How new Auckland Transport parking charges will affect Rodney residents & ratepayers

1 July. How will the new parking fee charges in central Auckland affect people driving from Rodney? Auckland Transport recently announced car drivers will be stung […]
July 1, 2024

Watercare project in Warkworth is worrying local businesses

15 June. (Photo courtesy of Mahurangi Matters). This month I invited Mayor Wayne Brown to visit Warkworth to view first-hand the roading and water infrastructure challenges […]
May 26, 2024

Big Wins For Rodney Ratepayers

26 May 2024. Mayor Wayne Brown’s long awaited 10 Year Budget, which sets the future direction for Auckland was passed on 16 May – and it […]
May 20, 2024

Auckland Council chief executive Phil Wilson to cut 14 senior ranking jobs

3 May. Nz Herald, by reporter Bernard Orsman. Fourteen jobs are being cut among the senior ranks at Auckland Council in response to calls from Mayor […]
May 7, 2024

Post Floods: Kumeu River Cleanup

7 May 2024. Auckland Council has been working to clear debris out of the Kumeu River that could block water flowing during any potential future flood […]
April 15, 2024

Waste-to-energy plant: Auckland’s landfill alternative?

15 April. Mahurangi Matters. Kaipara Mayor Craig Jepson believes a waste-to-energy plant in Kaipara would be “an excellent candidate” for the coalition government’s fast-tracking initiative, and […]