Public Exhibition: Bronte Beach Village Streetscape Upgrade Review of Environmental Factors (REF)

Consultation has concluded

Council is planning some much needed streetscape improvements to Bronte Beach Village Centre.

These works aim to significantly improve pedestrian safety and amenity and improve the activation of the commercial precinct of Bronte Beach, while creating an integrated public transport interchange with an expanded safe and accessible pedestrian link between Bronte Park and the commercial precinct. To improve pedestrian safety and amenity, the proposed upgrade works also seek to increase the width of the Bronte Road footpath by providing kerb extensions and improving the arrival experience and accessible link into the park to the north side.

The proposed works include:

  • Widen existing footpaths to increase pedestrian safety and movement

  • Raised pedestrian crossing to Bronte Road

  • Widen footpath to enhance bus interchange to cater for pedestrian circulation

  • Realignment of existing retaining wall to cater for bus swept paths and eliminate pedestrian conflict

  • New accessible path link to Bronte Park

  • Increased motorcycle parking and disabled parking spaces.

  • Extended seating plaza area with enhanced feature paving and pedestrian connectivity

  • Improved site link with new clean trunk palm tree plantings.

The design for this project has already been finalised. The design is based on feedback received from the community through the Bronte Plan of Management consultation in 2016/17. Council has since engaged Andrew Robinson Planning Services (ARPS) to undertake a Review of Environmental Factors (REF) on the project, which assesses the scope of the project against Clause 228 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 (EP&A Regulation).

Review of Environmental Factors (REF)

Before the project progresses, you have the opportunity to provide feedback on the REF report. The REF is a technical report, compiled upon review and in conjunction with the completed design.

The REF can be viewed in the document library to your right, or can be viewed in hard copy from Council’s Customer Service Centre, 55 Spring St, Bondi Junction.

Submissions should be lodged via the form below, or emailed to info@waverley.nsw.gov.au.

In accordance with the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 all submissions received will be available for public viewing upon request.

Submissions close 5pm Friday 22 February.

Visit Council's website for more information about the project.

Council is planning some much needed streetscape improvements to Bronte Beach Village Centre.

These works aim to significantly improve pedestrian safety and amenity and improve the activation of the commercial precinct of Bronte Beach, while creating an integrated public transport interchange with an expanded safe and accessible pedestrian link between Bronte Park and the commercial precinct. To improve pedestrian safety and amenity, the proposed upgrade works also seek to increase the width of the Bronte Road footpath by providing kerb extensions and improving the arrival experience and accessible link into the park to the north side.

The proposed works include:

  • Widen existing footpaths to increase pedestrian safety and movement

  • Raised pedestrian crossing to Bronte Road

  • Widen footpath to enhance bus interchange to cater for pedestrian circulation

  • Realignment of existing retaining wall to cater for bus swept paths and eliminate pedestrian conflict

  • New accessible path link to Bronte Park

  • Increased motorcycle parking and disabled parking spaces.

  • Extended seating plaza area with enhanced feature paving and pedestrian connectivity

  • Improved site link with new clean trunk palm tree plantings.

The design for this project has already been finalised. The design is based on feedback received from the community through the Bronte Plan of Management consultation in 2016/17. Council has since engaged Andrew Robinson Planning Services (ARPS) to undertake a Review of Environmental Factors (REF) on the project, which assesses the scope of the project against Clause 228 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 (EP&A Regulation).

Review of Environmental Factors (REF)

Before the project progresses, you have the opportunity to provide feedback on the REF report. The REF is a technical report, compiled upon review and in conjunction with the completed design.

The REF can be viewed in the document library to your right, or can be viewed in hard copy from Council’s Customer Service Centre, 55 Spring St, Bondi Junction.

Submissions should be lodged via the form below, or emailed to info@waverley.nsw.gov.au.

In accordance with the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 all submissions received will be available for public viewing upon request.

Submissions close 5pm Friday 22 February.

Visit Council's website for more information about the project.