What's proposed?

We currently progressing the concept and detailed design of two strategic moves identified as part of the Warilla Town Centre Plan:

- Creating a public heart

- Beautify the centres

The south end of Beverley Avenue has been identified as a place that could be repurposed as a community hub to promote community activation and engagement. When developed this area could be used as a pop-up market place.

George Street and parts of Beverley Avenue have been identified for street vitalisation work, which is proposed to include increased greenery, footpath cleaning and resurfacing, and the introduction of some street furniture.

During May and June 2020 the community were invited to share ideas and feedback, we are looking at those comments and will get back to you shortly.

What is the Warilla Town Centre Plan?

In 2015, Shellharbour City Council engaged architects McGregor Coxall to prepare a Town Centre Plan for Warilla. The plan sets out a framework to help create a vibrant, attractive, accessible and convenient town centre in Warilla.

Feedback is now closed

Feedback closed 22 June 2020.

To get a good overview of the proposal, read over the Warilla Town Centre Plan and review the concept designs.

Use this area to describe any ideas or feedback you have about this project.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.