Hurstville Central Plaza Project

The long-awaited works to construct the Hurstville Central Plaza site are taking shape, with the demolition of the Council owned building located at 296 Forest Road, Hurstville progressing well and expected to conclude in early May. The design of Hurstville Central Plaza has been finalised and Council has lodged a Development Application for the project.

The Hurstville Central Plaza will be a new and vibrant meeting place, which will promote wellbeing and celebrate the community’s diverse cultural heritage. It will also improve street-level connectivity between Hurstville Central, Hurstville Westfield, Hurstville Transport Interchange and encourage regeneration and activation from adjoining properties.

Council will soon commence an exciting competition which will give residents an opportunity to name Hurstville Central Plaza. Local people will be able to submit their choice of name along with a short summary of why it’s the best choice for the area. A shortlist of five entries will be presented to Council for final selection of the winner.

Hurstville Central Plaza Concept Plan

For more information about the project, please contact us.


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