Where and when are the changes proposed?
What community consultation has previously occurred?
Are there any changes proposed to street trees?
What are we doing to address traffic concerns?
What are we doing to address pedestrian accessibility?
What are we doing for bikes?
Why are we upgrading Redman Road Plaza?
Northern Beaches Council is improving Dee Why Town Centre through the implementation of Council’s award winning Dee Why Town Centre Masterplan 2013.
As part of the revitalisation, Redman Road Plaza was identified as a key site which could provide the community with a greener, more open space, activating and bringing life to the western side of Pittwater Road.
What consultation has been done so far?
In June 2015, we exhibited preliminary design plans for Redman Road Plaza. After receiving positive feedback from the community, the designs were then adopted in August 2015.
We also held three information sessions throughout June and July 2015
Where is the water feature shown on Redman Road in the Masterplan?
Redman Road is an overland floodway during large storms and the concept shown in the Master Plan was not viable or practical. The current proposal has been designed to provide an attractive public space which provides minimum impedance to the overland flows or flooding to adjoining properties.
What trees will we be planting at Redman Road Plaza and when will they be planted?
We will be planting the following trees at Redman Road Plaza;
The trees will be planted in two planter beds along either side of the plaza.
What size will they be when planted?
The Cabbage Tree Palms will be 6m tall and the Chinese Elms will be 4m tall
Who will maintain the trees and plants?
The contractor will be responsible for the maintenance of the plants for the first 12 months, following that Councils maintenance team will be responsible for the maintenance of the trees and plants
For more information, visit the Project Page.
Will vehicle access still be available in Redman Road Plaza?
Some vehicle access will still be available to adjoining properties via a vehicle and pedestrian ‘Shared Zone’ for half the length of the proposed plaza. There will be no vehicle parking and vehicle speeds will be restricted to 10kmh within the ‘Shared Zone’.
There will be no vehicle access, other than for maintenance, to the other half of the plaza.
What are we doing to address parking issues?
How will Council pay for the redevelopment?
The upgrade to the public spaces in Dee Why Town Centre, including the new Walter Gors Park and Redman Road Plaza, will be funded from development contributions.
Council has been collecting private developer contributions under the Warringah Section 94A Development Contributions Plan 2014.
What if I have a business?
How will I be communicated with?
Our Community Liaison Officer sends regular project updates to residents and local businesses who have registered their interest in the Dee Why Town Centre improvements. To register for ongoing updates, contact Jen Moody on 9942 2755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org