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Shaping the future of Hurlstone Park

Shaping the future of Hurlstone Park We’re working on a range of improvements in your area,
including new community spaces and amenities, and initiatives
to protect Hurlstone Park’s heritage and natural features. Yes Shaping the future of Hurlstone Park We’re working on a range of improvements in your area, News Columns; News and Updates
Hurlstone Park Ewen Park Upgrades

​​​We’ve completed several projects in your area and we’re working on even more to make it easier and more pleasant to gather in Hurlstone Park and connect with the Cooks River.​ 

Hurlstone Park Community SpaceHurlstone Park community space        

During the feedback period in March 2020 you told us what to prioritise in Hurlstone Memorial Reserve. We’ve incorporated your feedback and revised the designs.

• View the response to community feedback: cb.city/haveyoursay
• Expected opening: mid-2022

Hurlstone Park village upgrades

During the feedback period in March 2020 you told us the existing Crinan Street entrance to the Floss Street car park is highly valued, as are pedestrian experience and landscaping improvements. We’ve changed the designs to incorporate your feedback.

• View the response to community feedback: cb.city/ha​veyoursay
• Further consultation with local businesses on designs: mid-2020
• Expected completion of Stage 1: 2021

Hurlstone Park Ewen Park UpgradesLang Road bridge, Ewen Park

The new bridge across the Cooks River at Ewen Park will improve the way pedestrians and cyclists share the space and help connect the Cooks River and surrounding areas.

• A temporary cycle detour from Lang Road to Younger Avenue will be active in late 2020
• Expected opening: early 2021​​

Hurlstone Park Ewen Park Educational Space

​Ewen Park outdoor education space​          

A new covered outdoor space with seating and landscaping will complement the Lang Road bridge project, creating an area for local groups to gather and enjoy the Cooks River.

• Have your say on the design: late 2020
• Expected opening: late 2021​


Recent completed projects 

​Foord Avenue, Hurlstone Park rain garden:
Construction is complete on this bio-retention system and new pathways, with the plants establishing over the next year.

Hurlstone Park heritage initiatives:
Council has adopted the revised heritage conservation area initiatives at its June 2020 meeting.

Sydney Metro temporary compound, Canterbury:
Thank you to all who lodged a submission. Council has resolved to proceed to enter into a compulsory lease with Sydney Metro for use of 15 Close Street, Canterbury as a temporary compound site.​

For more information, and to be notified about opportunities to have your say on these and upcoming projects, visit cb.city/haveyoursay

Updated July 2020


 31/07/2020 4:51 PM