Following community engagement for Stage One of the draft Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS), which saw over 500 community members contributing valuable thoughts and ideas, we now have details about the next stage of the LSPS consultation. Thanks to everyone who has contributed their time and energy so far.

In early April the new Hurstville Plaza was officially opened, in conjunction with the Eat/Art Night Markets. The new public square provides an engaging place to work, rest and play and has been designed with smart features including two 8-seat ‘smart stations’ with USB ports.

Council’s vision for Hurstville is to create a city which promotes a sustainable and safe community that connects people and places, and celebrates diversity. As the trees which have been planted in the square grow, it will become an increasingly attractive location to stop and spend some time.