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There are 27 Divisions (formerly called Branches) of the MBA throughout NSW.The Country Divisions are:• Blue Mountains (Katoomba)• Central Coast (Gosford)• Central Western (Orange)• Hunter Districts (Maitland)• Illawarra (Wollongong)• Manning Great Lakes (Forester)• Mid-North Coast (Coffs Harbour)• Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (Griffith)• Murray (Albury)• North Coast (Lismore)• North and North West (Tamworth)• Orana (Dubbo)• Oxley Districts (Port Macquarie)• Riverina (Wagga Wagga)• Shoalhaven (Nowra)• Tweed (Murwillumbah) The Metropolitan Divisions are:• Canterbury Bankstown (Bankstown)• Central Cumberland (Castle Hill)• Eastern Suburbs (Kingsford)• Hume (Campbelltown)• Manly-Warringah (Dee Why)• Northern Suburbs (Cammeray)• Parramatta and Districts (Parramatta)• St George (Hurstville)• Sutherland District (Miranda)• Sydney (MBA Head Office)• Western Suburbs (Burwood)The membership of the MBA of NSW is divided into the following categories:• Builder Members• Members• Additional Representatives(of Builder Members and Members)• Life Members• Past Service Members• Honorary Members• Student Affiliation MembersMembers are allocated to the most geographically convenient Division. In addition to Divisional membership, MBA members are allocated to the Sector which most appropriately reflects, and represents their business interests.There are four (4) Sectors:• General Contracting• Housing• Specialist Contracting• Suppliers and ManufacturersElections are conducted each year to determine who will represent the membership at the various levels of the MBA management structure.Regional CommitteesRegional Committees are elected by the combined membership of a number of Divisions which have been geographically grouped. The primary objective of each Regional Committee is to consider the issues which are peculiar to the region and which can be resolved or promoted by the region. There are nine (9) Regional Committees.Sector CommitteesRepresentation on these Committees is determined by election conducted amongst all members allocated to that Sector. Sector Committees are empowered to deal with issues relating specifically to that Sector. Council of ManagementThe Council of Management is the supreme policy-making body of the Association. Membership of the Council is drawn from the Regional and Sector Committees. Two (2) representatives from each of the Committees sit on Council.Executive CommitteeThe Association’s Executive Committee is made up of the President, Deputy President, four (4) Vice Presidents and the Executive Director. All office bearers with the exception of the Executive Director, are elected annually by and from the Council of Management. The Executive Director is elected every four (4) years.Councillors elected as office bearers are replaced on the general Council by those from the respective region and sector who are “next in line” as determined by the election results.The Executive Committee is responsible for the formulation of policy recommendations for the Council of Management and plays a vital role in allowing rapid response to issues or situations which arise between the regular monthly Council meetings.