Streetscape improvement Master Plan - Annandale, Camperdown, Leichhardt and Petersham areas

This engagement is closed. Thank you to everyone who contributed. 

Overview

The NSW State Government is funding local streetscape improvement projects linked to the Parramatta Road Corridor Urban Transformation Program. These local projects will be planned and delivered by Council.

The projects aim to build on the existing strengths of the neighbourhoods and reflect their sense of place and character.

Inner West Council is preparing a master plan for streets and laneways identified for these improvements and would like to hear your views.

Leichhardt and Petersham streets:

  • Balmain Road, Catherine Street, Crystal Street, Norton Street, Renwick Street and Rofe Street, with a pocket park proposed for Petersham Street.

Annandale and Camperdown street:

  • Pyrmont Bridge Road


What does this mean?

The aim is to create a more pleasant environment for pedestrians and improve the existing streetscape
character in these areas. Street improvements include items to make the streets easier to use, more attractive, shadier and more pleasant for all users.

This could include:

  • Street tree planting
  • Garden bed planting
  • Bench seating, bins and bike racks
  • Improved lighting
  • Wider footpaths
  • Footpath surface upgrades
  • Improved cycle path delineation
  • Integrated public art work and
  • Interpretation of cultural stories and local history


Find out more

View the map of the project areas

Come to a community information and engagement drop-in session:

1. Footprints Ecofestival

Sunday, 26 August 11:00am-1:00pm, Whites Creek Valley Park, Corner of Piper and Smith Streets, Annandale.

2. Norton Street Plaza

Saturday, 8 September 10:00am-12noon, Norton Street, Leichhardt

3. Look out for our staff doing a Walk and Talk surveys during August/September in the project are locations identified on the map.


Have your say


What happens next?

Following community engagement, Council will prepare a draft master plan which will be publicly exhibited in late 2018 for further community comment.

Overview

The NSW State Government is funding local streetscape improvement projects linked to the Parramatta Road Corridor Urban Transformation Program. These local projects will be planned and delivered by Council.

The projects aim to build on the existing strengths of the neighbourhoods and reflect their sense of place and character.

Inner West Council is preparing a master plan for streets and laneways identified for these improvements and would like to hear your views.

Leichhardt and Petersham streets:

  • Balmain Road, Catherine Street, Crystal Street, Norton Street, Renwick Street and Rofe Street, with a pocket park proposed for Petersham Street.

Annandale and Camperdown street:

  • Pyrmont Bridge Road


What does this mean?

The aim is to create a more pleasant environment for pedestrians and improve the existing streetscape
character in these areas. Street improvements include items to make the streets easier to use, more attractive, shadier and more pleasant for all users.

This could include:

  • Street tree planting
  • Garden bed planting
  • Bench seating, bins and bike racks
  • Improved lighting
  • Wider footpaths
  • Footpath surface upgrades
  • Improved cycle path delineation
  • Integrated public art work and
  • Interpretation of cultural stories and local history


Find out more

View the map of the project areas

Come to a community information and engagement drop-in session:

1. Footprints Ecofestival

Sunday, 26 August 11:00am-1:00pm, Whites Creek Valley Park, Corner of Piper and Smith Streets, Annandale.

2. Norton Street Plaza

Saturday, 8 September 10:00am-12noon, Norton Street, Leichhardt

3. Look out for our staff doing a Walk and Talk surveys during August/September in the project are locations identified on the map.


Have your say


What happens next?

Following community engagement, Council will prepare a draft master plan which will be publicly exhibited in late 2018 for further community comment.

Survey form number 18/6390

This engagement is closed. Thank you to everyone who contributed.