East Palmerston Avenue Retaining Wall, Bronte

This consultation has concluded.

Council has asked officers to investigate community support for treatment of the retaining wall at East Palmerston Avenue to deter graffiti.

Ideas for treatment so far include: cleaning the wall, painting a mural on the wall, planting a garden along
the wall, or a mix of treatments.

We are consulting with Bronte Public School, the Bronte Precinct Committee, and local residents.

Underground cables and limited budget create some constraints, but there are lots of possibilities.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact Leisa Simmons, Special Projects Coordinator, Waverley Council on 9386 7912.

Have a say - Sunday 8 December 3-5pm

We will have an information stall set up in the shade in the cul-de-sac at East Palmerston Ave, Bronte on Sunday 8 December between 3-5pm. Drop by our staff for a chat on and tell us what you would like to see.

Please let us know what you think by completing the survey below.

Survey closes Friday Decmeber 20th 2013.

Council has asked officers to investigate community support for treatment of the retaining wall at East Palmerston Avenue to deter graffiti.

Ideas for treatment so far include: cleaning the wall, painting a mural on the wall, planting a garden along
the wall, or a mix of treatments.

We are consulting with Bronte Public School, the Bronte Precinct Committee, and local residents.

Underground cables and limited budget create some constraints, but there are lots of possibilities.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact Leisa Simmons, Special Projects Coordinator, Waverley Council on 9386 7912.

Have a say - Sunday 8 December 3-5pm

We will have an information stall set up in the shade in the cul-de-sac at East Palmerston Ave, Bronte on Sunday 8 December between 3-5pm. Drop by our staff for a chat on and tell us what you would like to see.

Please let us know what you think by completing the survey below.

Survey closes Friday Decmeber 20th 2013.

This consultation has concluded.
  • What would you like to see at East Palmerston Ave Retaining Wall, Bronte

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    Council has asked officers to investigate community support for treatment of the retaining wall at East Palmerston Avenue to deter graffiti.

    Ideas for treatment so far include: cleaning the wall, painting a mural on the wall, planting a garden along
    the wall, or a mix of treatments.

    We are consulting with Bronte Public School, the Bronte Precinct Committee, and local residents.

    Underground cables and limited budget create some constraints, but there are lots of possibilities.

    Please let us know what you think by completing the survey below.

    Further comments or information, please do not hesitate to contact Leisa Simmons, Special Projects Coordinator, Waverley Council on 9386 7912.

    Council has asked officers to investigate community support for treatment of the retaining wall at East Palmerston Avenue to deter graffiti.

    Ideas for treatment so far include: cleaning the wall, painting a mural on the wall, planting a garden along
    the wall, or a mix of treatments.

    We are consulting with Bronte Public School, the Bronte Precinct Committee, and local residents.

    Underground cables and limited budget create some constraints, but there are lots of possibilities.

    Please let us know what you think by completing the survey below.

    Further comments or information, please do not hesitate to contact Leisa Simmons, Special Projects Coordinator, Waverley Council on 9386 7912.