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Dee Why Town Centre Street and Public Open Space Upgrades

Following on from the Dee Why Town Centre Masterplan, we are looking to upgrade the streetscape and public open spaces in Dee Why.

In consultation with our community, we aim to create an attractive and vibrant town centre with enhanced streets and public spaces which are safe, enjoyable and foster community pride.

Following on from the Dee Why Town Centre Masterplan, we are looking to upgrade the streetscape and public open spaces in Dee Why.

In consultation with our community, we aim to create an attractive and vibrant town centre with enhanced streets and public spaces which are safe, enjoyable and foster community pride.
  • Redman Road Plaza update

    over 1 year ago

    Detailed design has now commenced.

    Due to the delay in obtaining Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) approval, works on Stage 1 (the eastern half) of the Plaza are now scheduled to commence early 2017.

    Detailed design has now commenced.

    Due to the delay in obtaining Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) approval, works on Stage 1 (the eastern half) of the Plaza are now scheduled to commence early 2017.

  • Triangle Park Naming Competition On Hold

    over 1 year ago

    The Triangle Park Naming Competition has been put on hold, pending the outcome of the proposed Council amalgamations. The naming of this Park will become the responsibility of any newly formed Council.

    Visit our Walter Gors Park page to see progress on our new green space in Dee Why.

    Visit our Traffic Changes page for an update on the proposed shared path at Howard Avenue, changes to the Bus Stop in Howard Avenue next to Walter Gors Park, and the proposed traffic changes.

    The Triangle Park Naming Competition has been put on hold, pending the outcome of the proposed Council amalgamations. The naming of this Park will become the responsibility of any newly formed Council.

    Visit our Walter Gors Park page to see progress on our new green space in Dee Why.

    Visit our Traffic Changes page for an update on the proposed shared path at Howard Avenue, changes to the Bus Stop in Howard Avenue next to Walter Gors Park, and the proposed traffic changes.

  • Streetscape Design Update

    over 1 year ago

    We are one step closer to commencing the streetscape designs following completion of the detailed traffic modelling.

    At its meeting on the 24 May 2016, Council will consider a recommendation to retain the existing two-way network, rather than the one-way scheme prescribed by the Dee Why Town Centre Master Plan.

    Following Council’s decision on 24 May 2016, preliminary design plans for Phase 1 streetscape upgrades will be completed and placed on public exhibition. The results of community feedback will be reported to Council towards the end of 2016. Subject to Council approval detailed designs will then be undertaken, and the upgrade works started in the second half of 2017.

    The streetscape upgrades will include new wider pavements, bike paths, plants, furniture, lighting and public art to highlight the vibrant community and spirit of Dee Why.

    See the map and project phasing.

    We are one step closer to commencing the streetscape designs following completion of the detailed traffic modelling.

    At its meeting on the 24 May 2016, Council will consider a recommendation to retain the existing two-way network, rather than the one-way scheme prescribed by the Dee Why Town Centre Master Plan.

    Following Council’s decision on 24 May 2016, preliminary design plans for Phase 1 streetscape upgrades will be completed and placed on public exhibition. The results of community feedback will be reported to Council towards the end of 2016. Subject to Council approval detailed designs will then be undertaken, and the upgrade works started in the second half of 2017.

    The streetscape upgrades will include new wider pavements, bike paths, plants, furniture, lighting and public art to highlight the vibrant community and spirit of Dee Why.

    See the map and project phasing.

  • Redman Road Plaza update

    over 1 year ago

    Following feedback on the design from RMS, a Road Safety Audit has been undertaken.When RMS approval of the proposal is obtained, detailed design will be undertaken.

    Due to the delay in obtaining RMS approval, commencement of works on Stage 1 (the eastern half) of the Plaza may be delayed until early 2017.

    Following feedback on the design from RMS, a Road Safety Audit has been undertaken.When RMS approval of the proposal is obtained, detailed design will be undertaken.

    Due to the delay in obtaining RMS approval, commencement of works on Stage 1 (the eastern half) of the Plaza may be delayed until early 2017.

  • Triangle Park Naming Competition Winners Announced

    over 1 year ago

    Thank you to those who entered the naming competition. We received 49 entries, and have now picked the winners of the three double movie passes. Congratulations to Jonnine, Fiona and Dalya!

    An evaluation panel will now select a shortlist of the best entries.

    You will have another chance to have your say when we ask the community to vote on your favourite shortlisted name.

    We will then seek approval from Council prior to making a formal application to the Geographical Names Board.

    Thank you to those who entered the naming competition. We received 49 entries, and have now picked the winners of the three double movie passes. Congratulations to Jonnine, Fiona and Dalya!

    An evaluation panel will now select a shortlist of the best entries.

    You will have another chance to have your say when we ask the community to vote on your favourite shortlisted name.

    We will then seek approval from Council prior to making a formal application to the Geographical Names Board.

  • Triangle Park Naming Competition

    almost 2 years ago

    We are having a 2 staged competition to change the name of Dee Why Town Square, colloquially known as Triangle Park, which will be expanded to include the recently purchased property at 30 Oaks Ave.

    We are seeking community involvement for the naming process of Dee Why Town Square (Triangle Park) and are looking for naming suggestions that better reflect the current values of the community and the changing identity of Dee Why Town Centre.


    Upgrades to the whole park are planned as part of the Phase 2 Dee Why Town Centre Upgrade, which is currently scheduled to commence in 2021, funding permitted.


    How to get involved?

    Enter your naming suggestions;
    Once we have collated a shortlist of selected names, the community can then vote on their preferred naming options.

    For more information contact Jeremy Smith on Jeremy.Smith@warringah.nsw.gov.au

    Entries close Sunday 13 March 2016

    We are having a 2 staged competition to change the name of Dee Why Town Square, colloquially known as Triangle Park, which will be expanded to include the recently purchased property at 30 Oaks Ave.

    We are seeking community involvement for the naming process of Dee Why Town Square (Triangle Park) and are looking for naming suggestions that better reflect the current values of the community and the changing identity of Dee Why Town Centre.


    Upgrades to the whole park are planned as part of the Phase 2 Dee Why Town Centre Upgrade, which is currently scheduled to commence in 2021, funding permitted.


    How to get involved?

    Enter your naming suggestions;
    Once we have collated a shortlist of selected names, the community can then vote on their preferred naming options.

    For more information contact Jeremy Smith on Jeremy.Smith@warringah.nsw.gov.au

    Entries close Sunday 13 March 2016
  • Streetscape Design Update

    almost 2 years ago

    The streetscape designs are still on hold pending the finalisation of further detailed traffic modelling to determine the best future traffic system for the Town Centre.

    Traffic modelling is being undertaken in conjunction with the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Following RMS approval of the proposed traffic changes, the streetscape designs will be placed on public exhibition.

    The streetscape designs will include new wider pavements, bike paths, plants, furniture, lighting and public art to highlight the vibrant community and spirit of Dee Why.

    The designs for Phase 1 of the streetscape upgrades are planned to be exhibited mid-2016. Phase 1 streetscape upgrade works are currently planned to commence in 2017.


    The streetscape designs are still on hold pending the finalisation of further detailed traffic modelling to determine the best future traffic system for the Town Centre.

    Traffic modelling is being undertaken in conjunction with the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Following RMS approval of the proposed traffic changes, the streetscape designs will be placed on public exhibition.

    The streetscape designs will include new wider pavements, bike paths, plants, furniture, lighting and public art to highlight the vibrant community and spirit of Dee Why.

    The designs for Phase 1 of the streetscape upgrades are planned to be exhibited mid-2016. Phase 1 streetscape upgrade works are currently planned to commence in 2017.


  • Redman Road Plaza Designs Progress

    almost 2 years ago


    After finalising the plans for the new Walter Gors Park, our designers Tract Consulting are now progressing with the detailed designs for Redman Road Plaza.

    Construction is planned to commence in late 2016.



    After finalising the plans for the new Walter Gors Park, our designers Tract Consulting are now progressing with the detailed designs for Redman Road Plaza.

    Construction is planned to commence in late 2016.


  • Preliminary Designs Adopted by Council

    over 2 years ago

    We now have the green light to progress the Walter Gors Park and Redman Road Plaza designs after the popular preliminary concepts were adopted at our meeting on 25 August 2015.

    Once complete, these new open spaces will provide residents and visitors the opportunity to relax and socialise as they move about the Town Centre.

    Construction on the new Walter Gors Park is scheduled to commence early next year to be completed by the end of 2016. We will then begin work on the eastern half of Redman Road Plaza with a view to completion in 2017.

    View the updated Phase 1 Construction plan

    View the updated Phase 1, 2 and 3 Planned Works

    View the Council Report

    View Council Agenda Minutes 25 August 2015, Item 13.1

    We now have the green light to progress the Walter Gors Park and Redman Road Plaza designs after the popular preliminary concepts were adopted at our meeting on 25 August 2015.

    Once complete, these new open spaces will provide residents and visitors the opportunity to relax and socialise as they move about the Town Centre.

    Construction on the new Walter Gors Park is scheduled to commence early next year to be completed by the end of 2016. We will then begin work on the eastern half of Redman Road Plaza with a view to completion in 2017.

    View the updated Phase 1 Construction plan

    View the updated Phase 1, 2 and 3 Planned Works

    View the Council Report

    View Council Agenda Minutes 25 August 2015, Item 13.1

  • Streetscape designs on hold

    over 2 years ago

    Preliminary design plans of the proposed streetscape upgrades in Pittwater Road,Oaks Avenue and Howard Avenue have been held up pending approvals from Roads and Maritime Services. It is anticipated these plans will be exhibited late 2015.

    A report will be presented to the Council meeting on 25 August 2015 proposing to bring forward construction of the eastern half of Redman Road Plaza.

    Preliminary design plans of the proposed streetscape upgrades in Pittwater Road,Oaks Avenue and Howard Avenue have been held up pending approvals from Roads and Maritime Services. It is anticipated these plans will be exhibited late 2015.

    A report will be presented to the Council meeting on 25 August 2015 proposing to bring forward construction of the eastern half of Redman Road Plaza.