Metropolis of Parramatta Council’s ‘Coronary heart of Play’ masterplan – a brand new blueprint for an outside sporting and recreation community in North Parramatta that serves as the local people’s ‘shared yard’ – is now on public exhibition.
The ‘Coronary heart of Play’ masterplan proposes to attach seven parks and reserves through pedestrian and cycleway hyperlinks to create a welcoming and improved 30 hectares of open area in a quickly rising a part of the Metropolis.
The parks included within the masterplan are Doyle Floor, Dan Mahoney Reserve, Barton Park, Outdated Saleyards Reserve, PH Jeffery Reserve, Sherwin Park and Corry Court docket.
Metropolis of Parramatta Lord Mayor Bob Dwyer notes “If the previous 12 months has taught us something, it’s the worth of our open areas – significantly in excessive density and creating areas.
“By means of the ‘Coronary heart of Play’ masterplan, we’re making a shared yard for our native residents the place they’ll calm down, play, train and socialise.
“North Parramatta and the Parramatta CBD are projected to deal with a further 36,353 residents by 2036, so it’s essential that we plan for this progress. We wish to be sure everybody, now and sooner or later, can get pleasure from these open areas.”
In July 2020, Council requested the local people and key stakeholders how they use their native parks and reserves and what enhancements they wish to see. This suggestions has knowledgeable the ‘Coronary heart of Play’ draft masterplan.
Residents are inspired to have their say on the ‘Coronary heart of Play’ draft masterplan by taking a brief on-line survey, dropping into one among 4 pop-up session occasions throughout the month of Could, or attending a Q&A webinar with the designers.
Submissions shut 4pm, twenty fourth Could 2021.
For extra data on Metropolis of Parramatta Council’s ‘Coronary heart of Play’ click here.
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