Lindfield Village Green - a new civic space in Lindfield
Lindfield Village Green will transform the existing Council-owned car park at Tryon Road into a new public space. This exciting project will play a central role in community life for Lindfield residents, business people, commuters, shoppers and visitors.
The Village Green includes a café or restaurant and a public plaza. It is designed for social gatherings and easy movement of pedestrian and cyclists to the train station. When complete, the Village Green may host markets, outdoor cinema, live music and other performances to enliven the area.
The Village Green will also have public toilets, dual lifts and stair access to the basement car park.
Approval of the amended DA was granted in August 2018. Following the call for tenders, construction is scheduled to begin early to mid 2020.
Council at its meeting on 20 February accepted a tender submission for the construction of the Lindfield Village Green. This means that construction will commence in April 2020.
Council is currently working with the builder to finalise the commencement date. Once identified, we will be providing detailed information to the community, local building owners, residents and businesses about the program of works and arrangements up to and during the construction which will take approximately 18 months.
Please note that Tryon Road car park will be closed during construction.
Traffic Committee report relating to the Lindfield Village Green
On 17 October the Ku-ring-gai Traffic Committee considered the report ‘Lindfield Village Green – On street parking changes and traffic facilities’.
View the traffic committee report here
The Traffic committee resolved to recommend for Council approval at its meeting of 19 November:
A. That the proposed traffic facilities in Milray Street (at Kochia Lane) to accommodate heavy vehicle movements into the LVG site be approved;
B. That the proposed temporary parking layout in the streets surrounding the LVG be reviewed in consultation with TfNSW and reported back to the November Traffic Committee meeting;
C. That 7 temporary permits be issued (to the owners/users of parking spaces connected to No.s 1-21 Lindfield Avenue) for 7 “No Parking Authorised Vehicles Excepted” spaces on the southern side of Tryon Road, while access to Chapman Lane is not available;
D. That speed cushions in Milray Street, north of Kochia Lane, be approved;
E. That a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) for the closure of Kochia Lane (between Lindfield Avenue and Havilah Lane) and a Shared Zone in Chapman Lane be submitted to Transport for NSW/Roads and
Maritime Services for approval.
F. That residents and businesses within the area directly affected by changes in this report be notified of Council’s decision.
Read more in the information sheet (pdf. 2MB)
Anticipated program timeline
Construction of the project is scheduled to commence early to mid 2020. Construction of the basement car park will take approximately 12 months. The new plaza and associated facilities will open a few months later.
*Dates are subject to change. To be updated at the start of each new milestone.
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For more information about the project, please contact the Project Leader, Craig Roberts, on 9424 0000 or via email email@example.com