Exhibition of The Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project

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Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor

Council at its Ordinary Meeting on 27 July 2020 resolved to place on exhibition The Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project, Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor.

The Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project, Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor will be on public exhibition from Monday 3 August 2020 to Monday 31 August 2020.

The documents relating to this project can be found to the Document Library, this includes an interactive document which can be viewed here.

Click here for the community survey.

The purpose of this project is to revitalise the town centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor through public domain upgrades, place-making and activation initiatives, stakeholder partnerships and commercial opportunities. This project is supported by the Western Parkland City Liveability Program and funded by all three levels of government via the Western Sydney City Deal.

To support this transformation and address key issues, Council needs a master plan to ensure the town centres become appealing destinations.

The project has two key components. Firstly it identifies town centre master plan strategies that provide an overarching framework to guide change and revitalisation. The second outcome is a public domain concept plan for a focus area within each centre. The public domain plan includes a vision, design features, guidelines and a maintenance plan.

A copy of the Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project, Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor can be viewed at Council’s Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor during office hours 8:30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Learn more about the future of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor by clicking through the interactive document to see what is proposed. Have your say now. Closes end 31 August 2020.


Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor

Council at its Ordinary Meeting on 27 July 2020 resolved to place on exhibition The Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project, Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor.

The Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project, Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor will be on public exhibition from Monday 3 August 2020 to Monday 31 August 2020.

The documents relating to this project can be found to the Document Library, this includes an interactive document which can be viewed here.

Click here for the community survey.

The purpose of this project is to revitalise the town centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor through public domain upgrades, place-making and activation initiatives, stakeholder partnerships and commercial opportunities. This project is supported by the Western Parkland City Liveability Program and funded by all three levels of government via the Western Sydney City Deal.

To support this transformation and address key issues, Council needs a master plan to ensure the town centres become appealing destinations.

The project has two key components. Firstly it identifies town centre master plan strategies that provide an overarching framework to guide change and revitalisation. The second outcome is a public domain concept plan for a focus area within each centre. The public domain plan includes a vision, design features, guidelines and a maintenance plan.

A copy of the Draft Master Plan and Public Domain Plan, Liveability Project, Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor can be viewed at Council’s Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor during office hours 8:30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Learn more about the future of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor by clicking through the interactive document to see what is proposed. Have your say now. Closes end 31 August 2020.