Coffs Harbour City Council has prepared
concept drawings for:
construction of a road extension from Duke Street to Harbour Drive; and
establishment of open space embellishments on the green spaces along both sides
of the road extension.
inclusion of an historical interpretation of the Coffs Harbour area and its
The road extension is a
project that has been endorsed and recommended to Council by the Coffs Harbour
CBD Masterplan Committee and is the first step of creating a ring road around
the CBD area over the next decade. The
works will be largely funded by a special rate levy paid by business owners
operating in the CBD area.
On 25 February Council
endorsed the Concept Drawings for public exhibition and comment for a period of
28 days from Wednesday March 2, 2016 to Wednesday March 30, 2016.
Council is seeking feedback in relation to the concepts designs of the Duke Street Extension Project. The document below details:
siting and extent of the roadway;
interface of the new road extension with the existing Duke Street and Harbour
layout of various open space embellishments including gardens, seats, and
interpretive historical stories, and other elements.
to make a submission
Hardcopy submissions should be
addressed to: General Manager, Coffs Harbour City Council, Locked Bag 155, Coffs Harbour 2450, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the online form below.
Feedback will be received until 4.30pm
Wednesday 30 March 2016
Further information can
be obtained from the website, by email or direct to Council’s Strategic Asset
Management Group on 6648 4402.
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processes. The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA)
requires Council to provide public access to information held unless there are
overriding public interest considerations against disclosure. Any
submissions received will be made publicly available unless the writer can
demonstrate that the release of part or all of the information would not be in
the public interest. However, Council is obliged to release any
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