Collaroy Accessibility Precinct Masterplan
Collaroy Accessibility Precinct
Detailed designs are being drawn up for the Collaroy Accessibility Precinct following the adoption of the Draft Masterplan in August.
It's hoped that Stage 1 works will begin in winter, 2013 at a cost of $1.8 million.
During extensive consultation in 2011, the community said it wanted to improve pedestrian safety, the playground and facilities at the reserve. People also asked for the facilities to be accessible to all - including the disabled.
The community also stressed that the open areas, grass and trees be retained and that the low-key character of the area be maintained.
The Masterplan includes plans for a playground that would be fun for children of all abilities.
The exhibition period ran from 2-31 July, 2012 and included information sessions, displays at Council's Civic Centre and Libraries as well as paid advertisements and media releases. Read more at yoursaywarringah.
In 2012, Council also upgraded Pittwater Rd, Collaroy and renovated the Collaroy SLSC to make it more environmentally friendly and accessible.
Collaroy Stormwater Outlet
Council is designing a replacement for the ageing Stormwater Outlet.
Draft Coastal Erosion Emergency Action Plan
Warringah Council has developed the Draft Coastal Erosion Emergency Action Subplan for Beaches in Warringah to identify risks associated with coastal erosion and the actions Council can take in an emergency.
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