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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.

  • Karool Ave Cooks River Footbridge Replacement

    18 days ago

    The existing footbridge over the Cooks River spanning from Karool Ave, Earlwood to Sugar House Rd, Hurlstone Park is owned by the City of Canterbury - Bankstown. This bridge has undergone engineering inspections and lifecycle costings, and has been identified as needing replacement. Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to provide feedback by complete the accompanying survey by 5 pm on Friday 10 March 2017.

    The existing footbridge over the Cooks River spanning from Karool Ave, Earlwood to Sugar House Rd, Hurlstone Park is owned by the City of Canterbury - Bankstown. This bridge has undergone engineering inspections and lifecycle costings, and has been identified as needing replacement. Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to provide feedback by complete the accompanying survey by 5 pm on Friday 10 March 2017.

  • Exhibition of Draft Master Plan for Gough Whitlam and Waterworth Parks

    28 days ago
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    Council has prepared a Draft Master Plan for the future of Gough Whitlam and Waterworth Parks consisting of both proposed and optional works. Click here for more information.

    Council has prepared a Draft Master Plan for the future of Gough Whitlam and Waterworth Parks consisting of both proposed and optional works. Click here for more information.

  • Disability Inclusion Action Plan Community Consultation Sessions

    about 1 month ago
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    As part of the development of Canterbury Bankstown Council's Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP), we are inviting residents with disability to provide feedback and comment on the accessibility of Canterbuty Bankstown through community consultation sessions. Read more...

    As part of the development of Canterbury Bankstown Council's Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP), we are inviting residents with disability to provide feedback and comment on the accessibility of Canterbuty Bankstown through community consultation sessions. Read more...

  • Proposed Dog Off Leash Area at Virginius Reserve, Padstow

    3 months ago
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    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, 7 months ago
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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

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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.