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Have your say on Connective City 2036

Have your say on Connective City 2036 City of Canterbury Bankstown has developed a bold vision, called Connective City 2036, that will guide the evolution of Canterbury-Bankstown over the next 20 years. No Have your say on Connective City 2036 City of Canterbury Bankstown has developed a bold vision, called Connective City 2036, that will guide the evolution of Canterbury-Bankstown over the next 20 years. News Columns; News and Updates
Connective City

​City of Canterbury Bankstown has developed a bold vision, called Connective City 2036, that will guide the evolution of Canterbury-Bankstown over the next 20 years.

Mayor Khal Asfour said the draft plan, which is on public exhibition until 15 November, reflects what residents want the City to look like in the future and guides investment.

“Canterbury-Bankstown is a City in the heart of Metropolitan Sydney, a City of more than 360,000 people that’s projected to grow to 500,000, in the next 20 years,” he said.

“A City of such scale needs a consolidated vision that guides growth and change, and balances what makes a city complete.”

“Canterbury-Bankstown’s first Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS), Connective City 2036, builds on the vision which has been developed with the help of residents and captured in CBCity 2028 (Community Strategic Plan).”

“It will protect and enhance attractive, low-density suburban areas; offer more housing choice close to public transport; and encourage vibrant centres across our City. It also aims to locate 80 per cent of new housing within walking distance of transport hubs and/or existing centres, and ensure new housing in suburban areas is consistent with the existing local character.

“Another priority of this plan is to provide housing choices that suit each stage of life and provide affordable housing to low and moderate income households.” 

Other features include:

  • Providing more jobs in our centres, particularly Bankstown, Campsie, Kingsgrove and Chullora;
  • Protecting the amenity of residential areas and identifying areas that have special character;
  • Providing a land-use plan to protect, enhance and extend the City’s green spaces and waterways;
  • Improving transport connections across the City, particularly those linking to the Sydney CBD, Parramatta and Liverpool; and
  • Highlighting the importance of Canterbury-Bankstown within the Sydney metropolitan area, linking to key jobs and activity centres in the North West, Macquarie Park and the new Western Sydney Airport.
“Residents are encouraged to share their views on the draft plan, because by building strong partnerships and networks, we can shape a positive future,” Mayor Asfour said.
For more information, and to have your say, visit cb.city/connectivecity2036​​

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Type​

When

Time

Where

Pop-in and view t​he plan and speak with a Planner.

Sunday 27 October

11am-5pm

Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre

Saturday 2 November

10am-4pm

Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre

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​​​​​​​Pop-ups

Our officers will be at the following locations to discuss the Plan and remind you about how to have your say.

Friday

11 October

4-8pm

Abel Reserve, Revesby

Sunday

13 October

10am-2pm

Jim Ring Reserve, Birrong

​Wednesday

16 October

10am-2pm

Clarke Street, Earlwood

Saturday 19 October

(Pets Day Out)

10am-2pm

Vale of Ah, Milperra

Wednesday 23 October

10am-2pm

Cahors Road, Padstow

Friday 25 October

4-8pm

Anzac Park, Campsie

​Wednesday

30 October

10am-2pm

McGuigan Place, Greenacre

Friday

1 November

4-8pm

Bankstown Art Centre

Sunday

3 November

10am-2pm

Wiley Park, Wiley Park



 


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