Wider footpaths and more trees in Chippendale

Wider footpaths and more trees in Chippendale

Under review

Contributions to this consultation are closed for evaluation and review. The project team will report back on key outcomes.

We invite your feedback on our design to improve the footpaths and add more trees on Wiley and Myrtle streets and Dangar Place, Chippendale.

We propose to:

  • widen the footpath at some intersections to make it safer for people walking
  • plant 11 trees in roadway areas, away from power lines and footpaths;
  • construct a median strip on Myrtle Street.

Most trees will be planted away from parking areas. There will be a loss of 2 parking spaces to plant trees in Dangar Place.

This proposal is part of our commitment to provide a walkable city, increase tree canopy cover for shade and meet our Sustainable Sydney 2030 commitments.

How you can give feedback

You can view the proposal and give your feedback by emailing sydneyyoursay@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.

Consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 1 June 2018.

Feedback may be published in publicly available reports at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation’s name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when making your submission.

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.

Key dates

Public consultation period
5 April to 1 June 2018

Contacts

James Lawton
Project Manager

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

Last updated: Thursday, 23 August 2018