Creating a safe and walkable place - draft North Annandale Neighbourhood Movement Plan

Have your say on the draft North Annandale Neighbourhood Movement Plan which outlines a series of principles that will inform Council's future works to create a safe, sustainable and walkable place.

North Annandale Neighbourhood Movement Plan has been designed to provide links between key community points of interest by identifying how to improve conditions for people who walk and people who cycle. The plan includes proposed environmental and streetscape changes, upgrades to key spaces within the neighbourhood and other works

Highlights of the plan include:

  • Piper Street as central east-west green corridor;
  • Reinforcing Johnston Street's character;
  • Active movement corridors;
  • Key

Have your say on the draft North Annandale Neighbourhood Movement Plan which outlines a series of principles that will inform Council's future works to create a safe, sustainable and walkable place.

North Annandale Neighbourhood Movement Plan has been designed to provide links between key community points of interest by identifying how to improve conditions for people who walk and people who cycle. The plan includes proposed environmental and streetscape changes, upgrades to key spaces within the neighbourhood and other works

Highlights of the plan include:

  • Piper Street as central east-west green corridor;
  • Reinforcing Johnston Street's character;
  • Active movement corridors;
  • Key intersections as community spaces;
  • Creek corridors as green recreation and movement corridors;
  • Providing links to Lilyfield;
  • Complimenting Council's work in Whites Creek Valley Park.


How was the plan developed?

The former Leichhardt Council's Integrated Transport Plan (ITP) identified the need to select neighbourhoods for the preparation of neighbourhood movement plans. In accordance with the ITP, North Annandale was chosen for Council's first neighbourhood movement plan. Clouston Associates were commissioned to prepare the plan in consultation with Council officers.


View the plan documents and have your say

Download a copy of the draft North Annandale Neighbourhood Movement Plan here

Hard copies of the draft plan can be viewed at

• Council’s Administrative Centre: 7-15 Wetherill Street, Leichhardt

• Leichhardt Library: Piazza level, Italian forum, 23 Norton Street, Leichhardt


Council would like to receive your feedback on the plan

  • Online using the feedback form below
  • By mail to Strategic Transport Planner, Ken Welsh, Inner West Council, P.O. Box 45, Leichhardt NSW 2040.


Attend an information session to view the plan and give your feedback

Wednesday 22 February from 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Annandale Community Centre, 79 Johnston Street, Annandale 2038


What happens next

Feedback received from the community will be used to inform the finalisation of draft plan. A feedback report along with the final draft plan will be considered by Council in June 2017. The feeback report will be posted on this site and everyone who made a comment will be informed when the matter is going to Council


Enquiries

Please contact Council’s Strategic Transport Planner Ken Welsh on 02 9367 9241.

  • Council approves the plan to make North Annandale safer and more walkable

    about 1 year ago

    Council considered a report, including the outcomes of the community engagement, at a meeting on 12 December 2017. The plan to make North Annandale a safe, sustainable and walkable place was approved.

    This Plan has been prepared to inform future works programs, with specific detailed design
    elements/treatments being subject to further community consultation as they progress.

    Read the report

    Council considered a report, including the outcomes of the community engagement, at a meeting on 12 December 2017. The plan to make North Annandale a safe, sustainable and walkable place was approved.

    This Plan has been prepared to inform future works programs, with specific detailed design
    elements/treatments being subject to further community consultation as they progress.

    Read the report