Your Feedback Needed: Maroubra Junction $1-Million Urban Renewal Project

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Did you know that an under-utilised strip at the Maroubra Junction will be transformed into an urban park and area for community use? Have your say on this million-dollar project before it proceeds to the next phase.

Public consultations are now open on the design for the Maroubra Junction urban renewal project, located along a block on Maroubra Road and Anzac Parade. The space at the heart of this urban junction will be turned into a vibrant park with new trees and enhanced garden beds.

The area will also include upgraded, high-quality paving for walking and biking, as well as new seating and lighting for people who may want to hang out. The green space has been designed with no impact on the adjacent car park. 

Area for Revitalisation
The current area marked for revitalisation
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Location map Maroubra Junction Urban Renewal Project
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However, Council is still looking for additional inputs for the project. Some of the suggestions include adding a chess or table tennis section. 

Council will open the online feedback until Monday, 17 January 2022. Construction is expected to start by the first half of 2022.

Funding of $1 million has been allocated for this project courtesy of the Your Hight Street grant from the NSW Government. Launched in 2020, the program sees the importance of turning streets into community spaces that will also support economic recovery.