Proposed partial road closure - Brown Street, Lewisham

Consultation has concluded

Marrickville Council and NSW Trade & Investment (Crown Lands) are currently considering closing a section of Brown Street, Lewisham to provide a pedestrian link to a future park on Hudson Street. The section of Brown Street which is proposed to close is south of William Street.

Marrickville Council consulted with residents about this proposed road closure in September 2014 and has re-opened the community consultation to allow for any further comment. Written submissions already received by Council will be considered so it's not necessary to make a new one unless there is additional information.

Have your say using the submission form below. Comments close on Thursday 7 May 2015.

What happens next?

At the end of the submission period Marrickville and NSW Trade & Investment (Crown Lands) will consider all comments before making a decision. Everyone who provides an email as part of the submissions process will be contacted when a decision has been made.

If you have any further enquiries please contact Ryan Hawken, Coordinator Asset Planning on (02) 9335 2246.

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Under Section 35 of the Roads Act 1993, notice is given that the Minister for Natural Resources, Lands and Water will consider the closing of the section of road in connection with a road closing application proposed by Council. Council (acting on behalf of the Minister) will receive submissions regarding the proposal. All submissions received will be referred to the Minister’s delegate for a decision regarding the proposed road closing.

Upon closure of the road the land will be vested in Council as operational land to be consolidated to the surrounding landowner.

Information contained in such submissions may, at the discretion of Marrickville Council and NSW Trade & Investment (Crown Lands), be referred to the person(s) who initiated the proposal for appropriate consideration.

Marrickville Council and NSW Trade & Investment (Crown Lands) are currently considering closing a section of Brown Street, Lewisham to provide a pedestrian link to a future park on Hudson Street. The section of Brown Street which is proposed to close is south of William Street.

Marrickville Council consulted with residents about this proposed road closure in September 2014 and has re-opened the community consultation to allow for any further comment. Written submissions already received by Council will be considered so it's not necessary to make a new one unless there is additional information.

Have your say using the submission form below. Comments close on Thursday 7 May 2015.

What happens next?

At the end of the submission period Marrickville and NSW Trade & Investment (Crown Lands) will consider all comments before making a decision. Everyone who provides an email as part of the submissions process will be contacted when a decision has been made.

If you have any further enquiries please contact Ryan Hawken, Coordinator Asset Planning on (02) 9335 2246.

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Under Section 35 of the Roads Act 1993, notice is given that the Minister for Natural Resources, Lands and Water will consider the closing of the section of road in connection with a road closing application proposed by Council. Council (acting on behalf of the Minister) will receive submissions regarding the proposal. All submissions received will be referred to the Minister’s delegate for a decision regarding the proposed road closing.

Upon closure of the road the land will be vested in Council as operational land to be consolidated to the surrounding landowner.

Information contained in such submissions may, at the discretion of Marrickville Council and NSW Trade & Investment (Crown Lands), be referred to the person(s) who initiated the proposal for appropriate consideration.

Submission form Trim14/5600

Consultation has concluded