Exciting plans for Roseville’s upgrade are now on exhibition and community feedback is requested.

Roseville’s upgrade to the local centre is the latest in a series of plans for long term upgrades to major centres in Ku-ring-gai. A long-term plan to upgrade central Roseville is now on public exhibition until 12 September.

The plan has been developed with a view to upgrading central Roseville when funding becomes available. The Council recently adopted similar plans for the centres of Turramurra, Gordon and Lindfield.

Key features for Roseville’s upgrade could include:

  • improved pedestrian and cyclist safety and movement.
  • the use of laneways as alternate pedestrian routes and potential locations for shopping and dining.
  • Improvements to Roseville Memorial Park.
  • extending floral displays in the centre, building on the character of railway gardens.
  • creating spaces and places for local events and recreation.
  • outdoor dining in Hill Street, widened footpaths and street trees.
  • increasing the tree canopy in the centre.

Mayor Jeff Pettett said the Council was keen to hear the views of local residents and businesses on the proposed plan.

proposed upgrade to Roseville centre

“Roseville is known for its gardens and heritage and the plan respects that, while exploring the possibilities for the centre’s laneways, community events and outdoor dining.”

The Mayor said that comments received from the public regarding Roseville’s upgrade would be incorporated where possible into a final version of the plan.

Visit krg.engagementhub.com.au  to view the design and comment.

If you’d also like to read about the new plans for an ‘Eat Street’ in Gordon, please click here. And if you’d like to read about the upgrades proposed for St Ives, please click here. 

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