Draft Turramurra Public Domain Plan

On display until 19 April 2021, 12:00 AM

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To promote Turramurra as a family focused village so that it can continue to be a well-connected and attractive place to live, work and shop, and where local families can meet and spend leisure time.

This Public Domain Plan describes the vision to revitalise the public domain areas of Turramurra Local Centre. It will also provide public domain design guidance as the Local Centre evolves through growth, improved active transport facilities and redevelopment.

Principles for Turramurra

  • Consolidate the entire local centre on both sides of Pacific Highway and the railway through physical and visual links, continuity of material selection and streetscape design.
  • Improve pedestrian movement around the centre.
  • Activate public spaces.
  • Enhance the public domain network of streets and open spaces.
  • Provide new and supplementary tree planting to local streets.
  • Improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists, and public transport users.

Works delivered to date

  • Cameron Park
  • Boyd Orchard Park
  • Turramurra Station Concourse

Public domain implementation plan

Stage 1

Short term: 2-3 years - funds available

Rohini Street upgrades

  • Widening of footpaths and creation of outdoor dining spaces
  • New street tree planting
  • New paving
  • Proposed new street furniture and lighting

Gilroy Road (southern section)

  • New paving
  • New tree planting
  • Proposed undergrounding of power lines
  • Improved pedestrian crossing points

Eastern road (southern section)

  • New paving
  • New tree planting
  • New raised pedestrian crossing
  • New street furniture

Stage 2

Medium term: 3-5 years – funds available

  • Upgrades to Pacific Highway corridor with new paving and street trees

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 Turramurra Public Domain Plan(PDF, 26MB)

More on draft Ku-ring-gai Public Domain Plan

Providing feedback

Mark your comments by quoting reference number S12249 and include your contact details.

Email your comments 

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.



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