Hurstville Central Plaza Project
About the project
Georges River Council will commence works to create a new urban plaza and activity hub in the heart of Hurstville.
The Hurstville Central Plaza will be a new vibrant meeting place which will promote positive wellbeing and celebrate the community’s diverse cultural heritage. It will also improve street-level connectivity between Hurstville Central (train station), Hurstville Westfield, and the Hurstville Transport Interchange and also encourage regeneration and activation from adjoining properties.
This major project, which will occur across four (4) stages, will start with the demolition of a Council-owned building located at 296 Forest Road, Hurstville (stage one). The demolition of this building is scheduled to commence in late October 2016, and will occur over a twenty-week period. During this time there will be a shut down period of two weeks during the Christmas and New Year holidays.
Council has been and will continue working with the community and local businesses to ensure the demolition of the building results in minimal disruption. A brochure and community letter has been distributed to inform everyone of the planned works and inform them of the various stages of the project.
To view the distributed brochure, click here.
Hurstville Central Plaza Concept Plan
For more information about the project please contact Council on 9330 6400 or via email email@example.com