Monthly Archives: May 2021
- The Willoughby Local Planning Panel has passed the DA for the former Artarmon Bowling Club without any of the key changes requested by the community through the APA submission. The APA has lodged a complaint with the Willoughby City Council CEO detailing what it sees as serious flaws in the design and consultation process. (for further details see our post below)
- Pacific Highway Share Path Draft Detailed Design Plans
- Chatswood to St Leonards Bicycle Route Improvement Draft Detailed Design Plans
- School Children Safety Raised Pedestrian (Wombat) Crossing Program
- For more info go to: https://www.haveyoursaywilloughby.com.au/
- APA Public Information Meeting on WCC Current and Planned Works for Artarmon Public Domain – Wed 16 June at 7.45pm-9pm: Artarmon Community Hall, 139 Artarmon Road, Artarmon.
- Zucchero Caffe Bar (Hampden Road) re-opening Friday nights, starting 21 May
- Did you know – you can contact the Willoughby City Council to get any local safety hazards repaired – such as footpaths.
- Artarmon Reserve carparks upgrade plans are available (for more details see our post below)
- Beaches Link motorway – The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has written to Transport for NSW stating further assessments are required. (for more details see our post below)
- Artarmon Local Centre Public Domain works are in progress (for more details see our post below)
Update May 12, 2021.- Carpark upgrade plans. These works are part of the Artarmon Reserve Master Plan. The council plan for the Artarmon Reserve lower parking area can be viewed HERE. (The central planted area will be slightly reconfigured). The council plan for the Artarmon Reserve upper parking area can be viewed HERE. (The BBQ area will move to the front of the car park). The council plan for the entry road to Artarmon Reserve can be viewed HERE.
July 27, 2020. Recent rain and high use by the community has highlighted several areas where water is ponding. Additional drainage work in these areas will be undertaken over the next 6 weeks with an anticipated completion date of 14 August, weather permitting.