Important Projects and Strategies on Exhibition

Have your say on important projects and strategies on public exhibition during January.

Cycleway Improvements: The City continues to install and upgrade safe and connected bike paths to that take people where they need to go and our proposals for improvements to two existing popular routes are now on exhibition.

Many riders travel from the inner west to central Sydney via the ANZAC Bridge and a number of improvements are proposed to improve safety and certainty on the shared path from the ANZAC bridge into Pyrmont. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is another popular riding route and improvements to the southern exit will improve safety for pedestrians and bike riders. Submissions close Monday 17 January.

Interim Trigeneration Master Plan: Sustainable Sydney 2030 aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent by 2030. A network of 'Green Transformers' will supply low-carbon electricity and zero-carbon heating and cooling - known as trigeneration.

The interim Trigeneration Master Plan is the first of the City's Green Infrastructure Master Plans and it covers four energy dense zones - CBD North/Barangaroo, Southern CBD, Pyrmont/Broadway and Green Square. Have your say by Friday 28 January.

Draft concept plan for Fitzroy Gardens and key design directions for Lawrence Hargrave Reserve remain on public exhibition throughout January. Planning for these important parks in the heart of Kings Cross will proceed together to create a vibrant precinct of open space in Australia's most densely populated areas. Make your comments until 31 January.

City Farm: The City commissioned a Feasibility Study to research models and sites for a City Farm. The study considers three models and four sites to find how and where a City Farm can work in the City of Sydney. Submissions close Friday 25 February 2011.

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