Cremorne Plaza & Langley Place - Public Domain Upgrades

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Cremorne Plaza and Langley Place were last upgraded in early 2000s and are now in need of “refreshing”. The public domain elements including paving, furniture, lighting, planting, and the general arrangement of the plaza are looking progressively outdated and tired. The existing multiple layers of streetscape elements in the plaza which have been combined together since the last upgrade over 20 years ago have now created an ad-hoc urban character that is visually inconsistent with the adjoining, upgraded streetscape on Military Road, and is difficult for Council to maintain.

The Cremorne Plaza and Langley Place upgrades are the last sites to be upgraded in Council's Neutral Bay and Cremorne Public Domain Upgrade Masterplan (2015).

Feedback to inform the preferred design option per locality will occur during two stages. First via preliminary feedback regarding current usage and proposed features for the new design, followed by the public exhibition of design options per locality.

We invite you to have your say on the future look and feel of these spaces.

Preliminary Engagement

Complete the surveys (below) to provide preliminary feedback on the proposed public domain upgrades in Cremorne Plaza and Langley Place, Cremorne. Surveys close 31 January 2023.

Public Exhibition

All feedback received during the preliminary engagement will be collated, analysed and used to inform the daft design options to be publicly exhibited. Submissions are invited - details TBA

Community Design Workshop

Council will host a workshop, bringing stakeholders together to refine the design options. Registration form coming soon.

More information

  • Information Stalls - at Cremorne Plaza (Friday 13 January between 10:30am - 1:30pm) and Langley Place (Tuesday 17 January between 5:30pm - 8:30pm)
  • Site walkthrough - with Council staff and designers (dates TBA)

For further information contact Council’s Engineering Project Manager, Diana Mejia on 9936 8100.

Cremorne Plaza and Langley Place were last upgraded in early 2000s and are now in need of “refreshing”. The public domain elements including paving, furniture, lighting, planting, and the general arrangement of the plaza are looking progressively outdated and tired. The existing multiple layers of streetscape elements in the plaza which have been combined together since the last upgrade over 20 years ago have now created an ad-hoc urban character that is visually inconsistent with the adjoining, upgraded streetscape on Military Road, and is difficult for Council to maintain.

The Cremorne Plaza and Langley Place upgrades are the last sites to be upgraded in Council's Neutral Bay and Cremorne Public Domain Upgrade Masterplan (2015).

Feedback to inform the preferred design option per locality will occur during two stages. First via preliminary feedback regarding current usage and proposed features for the new design, followed by the public exhibition of design options per locality.

We invite you to have your say on the future look and feel of these spaces.

Preliminary Engagement

Complete the surveys (below) to provide preliminary feedback on the proposed public domain upgrades in Cremorne Plaza and Langley Place, Cremorne. Surveys close 31 January 2023.

Public Exhibition

All feedback received during the preliminary engagement will be collated, analysed and used to inform the daft design options to be publicly exhibited. Submissions are invited - details TBA

Community Design Workshop

Council will host a workshop, bringing stakeholders together to refine the design options. Registration form coming soon.

More information

  • Information Stalls - at Cremorne Plaza (Friday 13 January between 10:30am - 1:30pm) and Langley Place (Tuesday 17 January between 5:30pm - 8:30pm)
  • Site walkthrough - with Council staff and designers (dates TBA)

For further information contact Council’s Engineering Project Manager, Diana Mejia on 9936 8100.

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