Master Plan Investigation in 2017
Learn more about the comprehensive consultation with the community undrtaken by Council in 2017.
Hill road is the only north – south access road in and out of Wentworth Point, a suburb which also has limited public transport options. Buses form the main mode of public transport, but this comes with a number of pedestrian safety concerns.
Help Council create an overall plan of prioritised and staged upgrades that can occur in the future.
Council is now seeking the community's feedback on the draft Master Plan for Hill Road as a part of the formal exhibition. Explore the draft Master Plan below and give your feedback.
In addition to the full Master Plan document, a summary is available in the Exhibition Material section of this page.
Council is now inviting formal submissions of feedback for the exhibition of the draft Hill Road Master Plan. We highly recommend that all community member review the draft Master Plan before providing feedback.
의견 제출과 관련해 도움이 필요하시면 Place Services Team 전화 1300 617 058번 또는 이메일 firstname.lastname@example.org 로 연락하십시오.
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The opportunity for feedback closes 5:00PM on Monday 12 April 2021.
Use the form below to submit your feedback online and upload any documents to support your submission (optional). ↓
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Subject: Submission on draft Hill Road Master Plan Exhibition
City of Parramatta Council
Attention: Place Services Team
Subject: Submission on draft Hill Road Master Plan Exhibition
PO Box 32, Parramatta NSW 2124
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