North Granville Community Facilities Master Plan
North Granville Community Facilities Masterplan
The North Granville Community Facilities Master Plan is a strategic document that provides a long term vision to support North Granville resident's wellbeing and liveability. The Master Plan identifies future community and recreational facilities including improvements to F.S. Garside Park and the Alfred Street Cycleway.
Stage 1 - North Granville Community Facilities Masterplan
City of Parramatta is working with the NSW Government to revitalise public spaces as part of the Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP).
As part of our commitment to the PRUAIP, Council has developed a Master Plan. The Master Plan identifies improvements to community and recreational facilities to support the future population of North Granville. The Master Plan area is bounded by Parramatta Road (south), Alfred Street (west), Gray Street (north), Onslow Street and Duck Creek (east).
Stage 1 of the Master Plan was adopted by City of Parramatta at council meeting 16 December 2019 and includes improvements to F.S. Garside Park and Alfred Street.These improvements are being funded under the NSW Government’s Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP).
Figure 1: Adopted Stage 1 - North Granville Community Facilities Master Plan
Stage 1 implementation of the Masterplan includes:
- Provision of play spaces and facilities for different ages and abilities.
- Southern half of Onslow Street converted to open space.
- Improving access and functionality to the playing field
- Provision of a range of outdoor gathering spaces including picnic shelters, tables and seating.
- Reduction in concrete play surfaces and planting of mature trees to reduce urban heat and provide nature-based play.
- New parking arrangement for Gray Street and northern section of Onslow Street.
- Creating a separated cycle way along Alfred St to connect to the regional cycle way beneath the M4 viaduct.
Please note that the timeline on this page is indicative only until completion of the detailed concept design.
Improvements to F.S Garside Park
Council has completed site investigations across June 2020 to understand remediation, engineering and structural constraints. This information coupled with community feedback collected in March 2020 will inform the development of a draft concept design for F.S Garside Park. A second round of community consultation is also planned for September 2020 to ensure that the draft park design meets community requirements and expectations.
Alfred Street Cycleway
Council recently sought feedback relating to the draft Alfred Street Cycleway concept plan. Community consultation concluded 20 July 2020. The community feedback will be collated and reviewed to inform the final design. The consultation results will be published along with the final design in the next few weeks.
For more information regarding the North Granville Community Facilities Masterplan please contact the Place Services team on 1300 617 058.or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP)
To improve Granville’s liveability, the NSW Government has awarded City of Parramatta $13 million to improve public spaces in Granville and rejuvenate it as a place to live, shop and do business. This grant is part of a wider program to revitalise public spaces along the Parramatta Road corridor.
The Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP) provides funding to Local Councils to develop open spaces and plazas, cycle paths, playing fields and streetscape improvements along the Parramatta Road Corridor.
Currently two key social infrastructure projects planned for Granville are:
- North Granville Community Facilities Masterplan
- Revitalising the streetscape and public domain at Good and Bridge Street
To learn more about the program, please visit Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP).
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