Dulwich Hill Station Precinct - planning the streetscape

Council is starting work on a master plan for the Dulwich Hill Station precinct. The master plan is a high-level design for the streetscape of the precinct. Council will use the master plan to guide all future upgrade work to the streets, lanes and public land.


Where is the precinct?

The precinct is all the public land around the Dulwich Hill Railway and Light Rail Station and includes the streets, lanes, car parking areas and footpaths. The main streets include Wardell Road, Dudley Street, Ewart Street and Bedford Crescent.

See a map of the precinct


Have your say

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Council is starting work on a master plan for the Dulwich Hill Station precinct. The master plan is a high-level design for the streetscape of the precinct. Council will use the master plan to guide all future upgrade work to the streets, lanes and public land.


Where is the precinct?

The precinct is all the public land around the Dulwich Hill Railway and Light Rail Station and includes the streets, lanes, car parking areas and footpaths. The main streets include Wardell Road, Dudley Street, Ewart Street and Bedford Crescent.

See a map of the precinct


Have your say

Council would like to hear from you to understand how you use Dulwich Hill Station precinct and how you’d like the streets to look in ten years’ time to ensure the plan meets your needs in the future.

Take the survey below until 17 July 2017.


Attend a drop-in information and 'have your say' session:

  • Tuesday 4 July 2017 6pm – 8pm Seaview Street Hall, 12/14 Seaview Street, Dulwich Hill.
  • Thursday 13 July 2017 6pm – 8pm Seaview Street Hall, 12/14 Seaview Street, Dulwich Hill.


What happens next?

Council will develop a master plan and detailed strategies for improving the precinct using the information gathered, site analysis, and existing council strategies. This includes access requirements, legislative requirements, history, context, drainage, traffic movements, bus stops, road easements, footpath condition, zoning, pedestrian and bicycle connections and existing trees.

The master plan will then go on public exhibition for four weeks and the community will be invited to comment on the plans and supporting documents. This feedback will be incorporated into the final plan, all changes will be tracked, and the final documents will then be considered by Council for adoption. The process is expected to be completed by the start of 2018.

Queries?
Please contact David Petrie, Coordinator Public Domain Planning
P: +61 2 9392 5317 | E: david.petrie@innerwest.nsw.gov.au