Naming proposal: Kingsborough Way, Zetland

Naming proposal: Kingsborough Way, Zetland

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Following community consultation, the street in Zetland has been named Kingsborough Way.

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Provide your feedback on a proposal to name a new Zetland street Kingsborough Way.

The street will be built in 2018 on a site between Bourke Street, McPherson Lane and Merton Street in Zetland.

The name is inspired by the unique history of the area. This site was once home to a horse training stable, Zetland Lodge, established in 1874 by NSW Governor Sir Hercules Robinson.

Governor Robinson helped establish a local horse training industry and with it development of the suburb. Kingsborough was 1 of his champion thoroughbred horses. 

How you can give feedback

You can provide your feedback via email at sydneyyoursay@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au by 5pm on Monday 18 December 2017.

Your feedback will help us assess the level of community support for these proposed names or other popular name choices. 

If supported by Council, the City will submit the proposed name to the Geographical Names Board for consideration. It may take the board up to a year to make a final decision.

Other ways to give your feedback

We want to make sure everybody has the opportunity to provide ideas and feedback.

If you prefer to talk to us in person, please contact the City of Sydney officer listed in contacts.

If you are Deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment you can contact us through the National Relay Service. You will need to provide our phone number 02 9265 9333.

If you need an interpreter you can contact us through the Translating and Interpreting Service  on 131 450. You will need to provide our phone number 02 9265 9333.

 

 
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Key dates

Public consultation period
20 November to 18 December 2017

Contacts

Mark Driver
Parks and Recreation Planner

02 9265 9333
mdriver@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

Last updated: Monday, 14 October 2019