Military Road Corridor Planning Study - Stage 1

Exhibition is now closed

The Military Road Corridor Planning Study - Stage 1, is being prepared to plan for future development, community facilities and public domain improvements in Neutral Bay Town Centre.

Council seeks to ensure that any future development is carefully managed and complemented by public benefits that improve the safety, amenity, services and overall appeal of the area.

Two discussion papers that form part of a broader planning study were exhibited from 8 August - 9 September 2019:

  • Objectives & Ideas Paper - discusses what could happen in the centre based on various growth options.
  • Analysis Paper - presents the policy context, background research and an impact assessment ofthe growth options

The discussion papers and a summary brochure are available in the document library.

NEXT STEPS

A preferred outcome will be developed in the draft Future Direction Paper, the third and final document of the draft Planning Study. The Future Direction Paper will be reported to Council to consider endorsement for public exhibition. At the end of the exhibition period a report will be prepared for Council’s consideration accounting for submissions made and any resulting amendments to the Planning Study.

For further information, contact Tomas van der Meer of Council’s Strategic Planning Department on 9936 8100.

Exhibition is now closed

The Military Road Corridor Planning Study - Stage 1, is being prepared to plan for future development, community facilities and public domain improvements in Neutral Bay Town Centre.

Council seeks to ensure that any future development is carefully managed and complemented by public benefits that improve the safety, amenity, services and overall appeal of the area.

Two discussion papers that form part of a broader planning study were exhibited from 8 August - 9 September 2019:

  • Objectives & Ideas Paper - discusses what could happen in the centre based on various growth options.
  • Analysis Paper - presents the policy context, background research and an impact assessment ofthe growth options

The discussion papers and a summary brochure are available in the document library.

NEXT STEPS

A preferred outcome will be developed in the draft Future Direction Paper, the third and final document of the draft Planning Study. The Future Direction Paper will be reported to Council to consider endorsement for public exhibition. At the end of the exhibition period a report will be prepared for Council’s consideration accounting for submissions made and any resulting amendments to the Planning Study.

For further information, contact Tomas van der Meer of Council’s Strategic Planning Department on 9936 8100.

  • Exhibition of Objectives & Ideas Paper and Analysis Paper - completed September 2019

    9 days ago

    Two discussion papers that form part of a broader planning study were exhibited from 8 August - 9 September 2019:

    • Objectives & Ideas Paper - discusses what could happen in the centre based on various growth options.
    • Analysis Paper - presents the policy context, background research and an impact assessment ofthe growth options

    Feedback was sought via the following:

    • Survey - online or hard copy.
    • Drop in sessions were held on 17 August (Northside Produce Market) and 24 August (Neutral Bay Town Centre)

    Two discussion papers that form part of a broader planning study were exhibited from 8 August - 9 September 2019:

    • Objectives & Ideas Paper - discusses what could happen in the centre based on various growth options.
    • Analysis Paper - presents the policy context, background research and an impact assessment ofthe growth options

    Feedback was sought via the following:

    • Survey - online or hard copy.
    • Drop in sessions were held on 17 August (Northside Produce Market) and 24 August (Neutral Bay Town Centre)
  • Prelimary Community Consultation - completed August 2018

    3 months ago

    The first round of community engagement was completed in August 2018. The outcomes of this engagement process gave Council a better understanding of the local values, opportunities, constraints and aspirations for Neutral Bay and Cremorne. It has also helped inform the desired future character and outcomes for the locality. To find out more refer to Engagement Outcomes Summary in the Document Library.

    Feedback was sought via the following:

    • Survey - online or hard copy. Participants had a chance to win one of the five $50 shopping vouchers or one of five eco bags (Terms and Conditions in Document Library)
    • Favourite...

    The first round of community engagement was completed in August 2018. The outcomes of this engagement process gave Council a better understanding of the local values, opportunities, constraints and aspirations for Neutral Bay and Cremorne. It has also helped inform the desired future character and outcomes for the locality. To find out more refer to Engagement Outcomes Summary in the Document Library.

    Feedback was sought via the following:

    • Survey - online or hard copy. Participants had a chance to win one of the five $50 shopping vouchers or one of five eco bags (Terms and Conditions in Document Library)
    • Favourite place - an online map (see map tab) allowed participants to highlight their favourite spot in the Neutral Bay Town Centre
    • Drop in sessions were held on 9, 10 and 11 August 2018 in the Neutral Bay Town Centre.