Council is upgrading St Johns Avenue Gordon between the Pacific Highway and Gordon Station, Heritage Square Park at the corner of St John’s Avenue and footpaths in Henry Street, between St Johns Avenue and the railway underpass.
This area is an important gateway to Gordon centre and a key pedestrian area.
With the upgrade to the Gordon Station precinct in recent years and an increase in eateries along St Johns Avenue, improvements to the streetscapes are now needed.
Using community feedback from consultation earlier in 2019 Council has developed draft concept plans for the streetscape.
These plans are now being publicly exhibited to ensure they meet the needs and expectations of our local community.
Learn more about the project here
View the concept plans
* Interactive version: Click on the ''square Full Screen" icon located at the middle of the screen to view the interactive report in full screen.
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St Johns Ave Upgrade Concept Plans (pdf. 9MB)
View in person
The concept plans can be viewed at Council's Customer Service Centre, Level 4, 818 Pacific Highway, Gordon.
How to have your say
1) Submit your feedback on the concept plans
Make a written submission quoting reference number S12494.
Online: Click on the green button on the left of the screen to complete an online feedback form.
By email: email@example.com
By mail: General Manager, Ku-ring-gai Council, Locked Bag 1006 Gordon NSW 2072
Submissions close 13 September 2019.
All submissions are public documents and will be considered in a final report to Council.
2) Take part in discussion boards and complete survey
Visit our consultation website to learn more about this project, take part in our discussion form or complete an online survey.
View the consultation website here
3) Community drop-in sessions
Come and join us to see how we could create an "Eat Street" in Gordon!
A pop-up park will be created in St Johns Avenue, Gordon (east of the Pacific Highway) with information about the proposed Concept Design. There will be live music, outdoor dining in the "parklet" and vouchers for discounted dining in any of the participating cafes and restaurants for the first 30 people to complete the feedback survey on each day of the event.
- Friday 23 August between 10am and 2pm.
- Saturday 24 August between 10am and 2pm.
Learn more about the event here
Contact Maria Rigoli, Public Domain Co-ordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 9424 0000.