Ku-ring-gai residents and business owners are being invited by the Council to give their view on public facilities and spaces in the Lindfield Village Hub project.
Located on the western side of Lindfield centre, the Lindfield Village Hub will deliver a mix of parkland and community buildings including a library and community centre, coupled with new housing, dining and retail outlets.
Prior to the Council seeking expressions of interest in October this year from the development community to build the Hub, the focus is on community views on the community facilities included in the project.
An online survey is asking the public what they would like to see in a new library, community centre and other public spaces.
Click here to complete the survey which is open until Monday 15 October
According to Mayor Jennifer Anderson, Council will also be discussing other aspects of the project with the community during the remainder of this year.
“We’ll be holding events such as workshops to discuss different ideas and issues. These will involve residents and business owners in the Lindfield area,” the Mayor said.
“You can talk to us online, at face-to-face workshops and on site in a way that suits you. We’re interested in your views on how you want to live, work and play in the Village Hub,” she said.
Residents can click here to learn more about the Lindfield Village Hub project and complete the survey
Media contact: Sally Williams Ku-ring-gai Council Ph: 9424 0982