By popular demand, there will be an extra community drop-in session to discuss the proposed changes to Alexandria streets.
The drop-in session will be:
- 5:30pm to 7pm, Thursday May 24 at
- Alexandria Town Hall
The proposal includes several full and partial road closures, single-lane slow points, extra traffic signals and continuous footpath treatments (*).
Thursday is your last best chance to have your questions answered.
Comments on the plan close 1 June.
For more information, or to have your say, visit sydneyyoursay.
(*) continuous footpath treatment means a shared space where pedestrians have right of way over cars. Instead of being a road that pedestrians are allowed to cross, it is a footpath that cars are allowed to cross.
Our next meeting will be:
7pm, Wednesday, 11 April
Alexandria Town Hall
73 Garden St, Alexandria
The Agenda is:
- Protecting Local Streets – City of Sydney transport study
- DA for the Swanson pub DA
- Alexandria Sunday Funday report
The transport study
Material from last Thursday night’s briefing, ‘WestConnex: traffic solutions for Alexandria, Erskineville and St Peters‘, is now available online:
This page has a link to the Alexandria Traffic Management Plan survey:
The consultation period ends 1 June.
If you have questions for council, the contact person is Adam Lander (Senior Community Engagement Coordinator, reachable 02 9265 9333 or email@example.com.
Swanson Hotel DA
More information available on council website, or at planningalerts.org.au.
Ron Hoenig was standing up for Alexandria in parliament last week:
“I call on the Government to reconsider its plans for the Sydney Metro. It has been almost two years since I first urged the Government to reassess its route and stations for the Sydney Metro Southwest project. I told the House then that the location of the Waterloo station was a mistake. It represented a missed opportunity to provide for the fastest growing and most densely populated urban renewal zone in Australia: Green Square east, between Zetland and Waterloo, near Danks Street. The New South Wales Government seems dead set on making yet another error with this project. Not only is the Waterloo stop in the wrong place, but the whole alignment through my electorate is wrong. Continue reading
The agenda for this month’s meeting is:
- Council plans to ease & control traffic in local streets:
Belmont, Lawrence, and Euston Lanes
- the M4/M5 Link Environmental Impact Statement:
reasons for Concern, how to object (Don’t delay, objections are due by Monday)
Hope to see you there:
7PM, Thursday 12 October
Cliff Noble Community Centre
24 Suttor St, corner of Renwick St