To support the growth and revitalisation of Gordon Local Centre as the civic and cultural heart of Ku-ring-gai that provides a mix of business, retail, entertainment, leisure and residential uses for a vibrant community.
This Public Domain Plan aims to revitalise and beautify the Gordon Local Centre and help to re-activate the centre with improved pedestrian and public space environments inviting residents to walk and stay a while.
Principles for Gordon
- Improve the overall quality of the local centre
- Provide outdoor dining opportunities
- Strengthen the tree canopy across Gordon Local Centre through infill and replacement planting
- Improve recreation options and find locations for parks to provide for future population growth.
- Improve walkability and the pedestrian experience
Works delivered to date
- Beans Farm Road
- Hanson Way
- Gordon Station Bus Interchange
- Anne Forsyth Wyatt Garden
Public domain implementation plan
Short term: 2-3 years - funds available
St Johns Avenue, Wade Lane and Henry Street Upgrades
(commencing construction 2021)
- Implementation of High Pedestrian Activity Area
- Widening of footpaths and creation of outdoor dining spaces in St Johns Avenue
- New street tree planting
- New paving
- Proposed new street furniture and lighting
- Wider footpaths in Wade Lane
Medium term: 3-5 years – funds available
- Werona Avenue streetscape upgrade
Stage 3 / Stage 4
Stage 3 and Stage 4 projects are longer term projects (8+ years) that are currently largely unfunded. The delivery will depend on the amount of development contributions council collects from new development and / or rely on funding from State Government agencies such as Transport for NSW.
Read the draft Gordon Public Domain Plan(PDF, 25MB)
More on draft Ku-ring-gai Public Domain Plan
Mark your comments by quoting reference number S12249 and include your contact details.
or post to: General Manager, Ku-ring-gai Council, Locked Bag 1006 Gordon NSW 2072.
Comments must be received by 5pm 19 April 2021.
Please note, under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009, such submissions are public and may be accessed by third parties by application to Council.