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Connective City 2036 (Draft)

Connective City 2036, the City’s Local Strategic Planning Statement is now on exhibition.

Canterbury-Bankstown is in the heart of greater Sydney and a City of more than 360,000 people which is projected to grow to 500,000 people in the next 20 years.

A City of this scale needs a sophisticated, considered plan to guide how it will grow and change – a plan that brings together all the critical elements that make a city and build an even greater place.

Connective City 2036 will create opportunities for the people who live and work in the City. It focuses on better quality of, and access to, transport options, protection and enhancement of environmental areas and precious waterways, and a commitment to vibrant centres and quality suburbs.

Connective City 2036 includes priorities and actions to achieve this vision for the City.

Printed copies of the plan can be viewed at the City’s nine Library and Knowledge Centres and the Bankstown and Campsie Customer Service Centres.

Have your say

You have helped to shape the future of Canterbury-Bankstown by telling us what you think of the draft plan and the priorities and actions we’ve proposed to meet our vision for the future.

Thank you to all those who came to our pop-up information sessions to discuss this initiative with us. Submissions on the draft plan are now under review with Council.

Exhibition Period

The exhibition period for the Draft Connective City 2036 was Wednesday 25 September to Friday 15 November 2019.

For more information

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions or if you would like to discuss Connective City 2036, call the Community Engagement team on 9707 9602.

INFORMATION SESSIONS

To help the community understand the Connective City 2036, we held various pop up and information sessions across the city in October and November.

You can see below when we were in your local area to discuss the plans in person and have your say, in the calendar below.


SUBMISSIONS

Connective City 2036

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