Castlecrag Local Centre - Draft Planning Strategy

A Vision for Castlecrag: The Castlecrag local centre is a thriving historic shopping village in an attractive landscaped setting and offers a range of outdoor spaces for dining and gathering along Edinburgh Rd. New development has enhanced the existing scale and pleasant public domain and has reinforced the character of the Conservation Area and strengthened the Walter Burley Griffin legacy.

PLEASE NOTE: REGISTRATIONS HAVE CLOSED to attend the Castlecrag Design Roundtable on Thursday 28 March 6.30-8.00pm being held at Willoughby Council Chambers, Level 6, 31 Victor St, Chatswood.

If you would like to register your interest [should sufficient numbers be received] for an additional Roundtable event to be held, please complete the form below and we will keep you informed.

Or

CALL INTO A DROP-IN SESSION focusing on Castlecrag Local Centre

When: Saturday 23 March, 10.00am -12.00noon

Where: Quadrangle Shopping Village, 100 Edinburg Rd, Castlecrag

For information about other Local Centre or Housing Roundtable events or drop-ins please click HERE.

Or

COMPLETE THE SURVEY BELOW From 5 February to extended closing date of Tuesday 30 April 2019.

Please take some time to review the Draft Local Centres Strategy 2036 to understand what changes are being proposed. In particular, Section 2.2 from page 18 to page 24 which focuses specifically on the Castlecrag Local Centre. You can also download a higher resolution [15MB].

You can choose to:

OPTION 1: Provide an overall response about your Local Centre section of the Draft Local Centre Strategy (1-2 mins). Simply answer the question about reviewing the strategy, then skip through to the final page to provide an overall response and complete the demographic questions to submit.

OPTION 2: Scan through and respond to any of the optional questions about various elements proposed for your Local Centre section of the Draft Local Centre Strategy (1-5 mins). This option will provide us with a more detailed understanding of community sentiment towards specific elements of the Strategy.

Note:

  • The demographic questions are required survey responses.
  • Agreement to the republication of a version of your submission is required in order to use your submission on Council's websites and in Council reports. Personal information will not be used.

Other Planning Strategies for Willoughby City

It’s important to consider the Draft Housing Strategy which explains the 20 year plan to guide future housing in Willoughby: the strategy identifies Local Centres as one of three focus areas for proposed zoning changes. You can complete a survey and find out about consultation events for the Draft Housing Strategy HERE]

You can also participate in any or all of the Draft Local Centre and Housing Strategy surveys, find out more about the drop-ins and register to attend any of the roundtable discussions from the Next Steps in Planning Strategies primary engagement page.

A Vision for Castlecrag: The Castlecrag local centre is a thriving historic shopping village in an attractive landscaped setting and offers a range of outdoor spaces for dining and gathering along Edinburgh Rd. New development has enhanced the existing scale and pleasant public domain and has reinforced the character of the Conservation Area and strengthened the Walter Burley Griffin legacy.

PLEASE NOTE: REGISTRATIONS HAVE CLOSED to attend the Castlecrag Design Roundtable on Thursday 28 March 6.30-8.00pm being held at Willoughby Council Chambers, Level 6, 31 Victor St, Chatswood.

If you would like to register your interest [should sufficient numbers be received] for an additional Roundtable event to be held, please complete the form below and we will keep you informed.

Or

CALL INTO A DROP-IN SESSION focusing on Castlecrag Local Centre

When: Saturday 23 March, 10.00am -12.00noon

Where: Quadrangle Shopping Village, 100 Edinburg Rd, Castlecrag

For information about other Local Centre or Housing Roundtable events or drop-ins please click HERE.

Or

COMPLETE THE SURVEY BELOW From 5 February to extended closing date of Tuesday 30 April 2019.

Please take some time to review the Draft Local Centres Strategy 2036 to understand what changes are being proposed. In particular, Section 2.2 from page 18 to page 24 which focuses specifically on the Castlecrag Local Centre. You can also download a higher resolution [15MB].

You can choose to:

OPTION 1: Provide an overall response about your Local Centre section of the Draft Local Centre Strategy (1-2 mins). Simply answer the question about reviewing the strategy, then skip through to the final page to provide an overall response and complete the demographic questions to submit.

OPTION 2: Scan through and respond to any of the optional questions about various elements proposed for your Local Centre section of the Draft Local Centre Strategy (1-5 mins). This option will provide us with a more detailed understanding of community sentiment towards specific elements of the Strategy.

Note:

  • The demographic questions are required survey responses.
  • Agreement to the republication of a version of your submission is required in order to use your submission on Council's websites and in Council reports. Personal information will not be used.

Other Planning Strategies for Willoughby City

It’s important to consider the Draft Housing Strategy which explains the 20 year plan to guide future housing in Willoughby: the strategy identifies Local Centres as one of three focus areas for proposed zoning changes. You can complete a survey and find out about consultation events for the Draft Housing Strategy HERE]

You can also participate in any or all of the Draft Local Centre and Housing Strategy surveys, find out more about the drop-ins and register to attend any of the roundtable discussions from the Next Steps in Planning Strategies primary engagement page.

Survey - Castlecrag Local Centre

Please take a few minutes to tell us what you think about the Castlecrag Section of the Draft Local Centre Strategy. Please note all submissions are public documents and may be made available or reproduced in Council reports. 

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Have you reviewed the Castlecrag Section from page 18 to page 24 of the Draft Local Centres Strategy? [download 3.7MB version HERE or a higher 15MB resolution HERE] * required

Community Sentiment from previous Local Centre consultation has been used to draft the following Vision for Castlecrag

A Vision for Castlecrag: The Castlecrag local centre is a thriving historic shopping village in an attractive landscaped setting and offers a range of outdoor spaces for dining and gathering along Edinburgh Rd. New development has enhanced the existing scale and pleasant public domain and has reinforced the character of the Conservation Area and strengthened the Walter Burley Griffin legacy.

Do you support the proposed Vision for Castlecrag? * required

You can share your general feedback about the Castlecrag Section of Draft Local Centre Strategy, by skipping to question 4 (Q4). This will take 1-2minutes.

Our Planning Team would also appreciate your thoughts about key elements of this section of the draft Local Centres Strategy in Questions 1-3, this survey will take 2-5 minutes.

Please note:

• The demographic questions in question 5 are required survey responses. • Agreement to the republication of a version of your submission is required in order to use your submission on Council's websites and in Council reports. Personal details will not be included.

Q1. Do you support the following key direction suggestions outlined on page 21 of the draft Local Centres Strategy (Castlecrag Section)?

OPTIONAL SECTION; To skip this section, save and continue at the bottom of this screen.

1.1 Consider the redevelopment of the Quadrangle
1.2 Retain existing mature tree canopy
1.3 Investigate potential to redevelop residential properties on Chandler Lane
1.4 Improve pedestrian and cycling conditions
1.5 Consider the redevelopment potential of the Griffin Centre and the office block at 3 The Postern
1.6 Consider future development of adjacent residential properties on Edinburgh Rd
Please hold on while your response is being submitted