The City is hosting the Green Square is here community event this Saturday (27 June) and you're invited.
Come along to Beaconsfield Park from 10am-2pm to learn more about what's happening in Green Square, meet City staff and get to know your neighbours.
Green Square is transforming our southern precinct into a vibrant and sustainable urban development. From its industrial past, Green Square is emerging as a place of innovative housing design, business and retail, and new and old communities proud of their area's past and future.
The City has committed $440 million over the next 10 years to deliver quality infrastructure and community facilities in Green Square. We've started our early works for the Library & Plaza, working alongside other developers in shaping the new Green Square Town Centre. Come along on Saturday and see what the streets in the new town centre will look like and speak to City staff about the new community facilities in the area, including the new Library & Plaza, as well as Gunyama Park and the Green Square Aquatic Centre.
As this community grows, transport and other state-provided infrastructure will continue to be a pressing issue. I recently met with the State Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance to once again highlight the needs of residents in this rapidly growing area.
We're also working with residents who are experiencing the impacts of construction, and coordinating with Urban Growth NSW and private developers on a comprehensive community relations program during construction periods.
I hope to see you on Saturday.
Read more details here: https://whatson.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/events/green-square-is-here