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This page provides a full list of current, and archived projects.

This page provides a full list of current, and archived projects.

  • 10-Year Vision for Canterbury Bankstown

    25 days ago
    Multicultural people

    The City of Canterbury Bankstown will be undertaking extensive community consultation between April and June 2017 as we work to develop the City's new Community Strategic Plan.

    Council has endorsed a Community Engagement Strategy and residents, business and key stakeholders will be invited to share their 10-year vision, and priorities, for the City of Canterbury Bankstown through an exciting program of engagement activities that will be rolled out across the City.

    This is about giving residents the opportunity to help shape the place where they live, work and enjoy and we want everyone to be involved.


    The City of Canterbury Bankstown will be undertaking extensive community consultation between April and June 2017 as we work to develop the City's new Community Strategic Plan.

    Council has endorsed a Community Engagement Strategy and residents, business and key stakeholders will be invited to share their 10-year vision, and priorities, for the City of Canterbury Bankstown through an exciting program of engagement activities that will be rolled out across the City.

    This is about giving residents the opportunity to help shape the place where they live, work and enjoy and we want everyone to be involved.


  • Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre Fees and Charges

    25 days ago
    Miisc photo

    At the Ordinary Meeting of 28 February 2017, Council endorsed public exhibition of the Proposed Fees and Charges for the Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre.

    The proposed Fees and Charges, and Council Report can be viewed online on the right hand side of this page in the Document Library. Council will be accepting comments on the proposed Fess and Charges until 28 March 2017.


    At the Ordinary Meeting of 28 February 2017, Council endorsed public exhibition of the Proposed Fees and Charges for the Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre.

    The proposed Fees and Charges, and Council Report can be viewed online on the right hand side of this page in the Document Library. Council will be accepting comments on the proposed Fess and Charges until 28 March 2017.


  • Proposed Dog Off Leash Area at Virginius Reserve, Padstow

    4 months ago
    Off leash dog park virginius

    Council is committed to speaking with local residents to better understand their use of the reserve, and to provide further information about he proposed dog off leash area in a portion of Virginius Reserve. Click here to have your say...

    Council is committed to speaking with local residents to better understand their use of the reserve, and to provide further information about he proposed dog off leash area in a portion of Virginius Reserve. Click here to have your say...

  • Bankstown City Gardens - Livvi's Place Bankstown

    by Project Officer, 8 months ago
    Bankstown city gardens facility upgrade picture

    Substantial progress has been made with the construction of the Changing Places Toilet Amenity at Bankstown City Gardens. The building construction is well underway and the shape and form of the building is apparent in the landscape. The building nestles amongst the existing trees and the breezeway through the centre of the roof pitch allows sightlines through.

    The description ‘Changing Places’ refers to the Victorian movement of the same name who are advocating for better toilet amenity conditions for our disabled community. Check out their profile at: www.changingplaces.org.au

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    Substantial progress has been made with the construction of the Changing Places Toilet Amenity at Bankstown City Gardens. The building construction is well underway and the shape and form of the building is apparent in the landscape. The building nestles amongst the existing trees and the breezeway through the centre of the roof pitch allows sightlines through.

    The description ‘Changing Places’ refers to the Victorian movement of the same name who are advocating for better toilet amenity conditions for our disabled community. Check out their profile at: www.changingplaces.org.au

    Council worked closely with our own special schools, parents and carers, Disability Advisory Committee and Access Consultants, to ensure we met the design standards to meet our Community’s special needs, and enable the amenity to be on the ‘Changing Places’ register.

    The building is due to be completed in August, weather permitting.