Help us shape Corrimal's future

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Consultation has concluded

Mural by artists Tim Phibs 'Phibs'; Mitchell Guerin 'Bafcat' & Alejandro Martinez 'Peques'

The Corrimal Town Centre Plan 2015-2025 was endorsed by Council at their meeting of 30 November 2015. A copy of the Council Report and Minutes and the final Corrimal Town Centre Plan and Implementation Plan can be downloaded from the document library to the right.

To access the Engagement Report (which provides a detailed account of all feedback we collected during the exhibition of the draft Plan) and the draft Corrimal Town Centre Plan, please click on the small 'more' tab in the document library.

Thanks to everyone who got involved during the consultation period and provided feedback on the draft Plan.

If you have any questions regarding the Plan please contact the Land Use Planning team on 4227 7111.

The Corrimal Town Centre Plan 2015-2025 was endorsed by Council at their meeting of 30 November 2015. A copy of the Council Report and Minutes and the final Corrimal Town Centre Plan and Implementation Plan can be downloaded from the document library to the right.

To access the Engagement Report (which provides a detailed account of all feedback we collected during the exhibition of the draft Plan) and the draft Corrimal Town Centre Plan, please click on the small 'more' tab in the document library.

Thanks to everyone who got involved during the consultation period and provided feedback on the draft Plan.

If you have any questions regarding the Plan please contact the Land Use Planning team on 4227 7111.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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  • Memorial Park Town Square

    over 5 years ago
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    This discussion has concluded. Thanks to those who posted comments - they all count as submissions toward the draft Plan.


    The Town Square is redesigned to be a safe, fun and inviting meeting place that integrates the park entry, bus stop, playground and steam train.

    What would you like to see in a Town Square? Do you know of any great examples of attractive public meeting places?

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  • Main Street - Princes Highway

    over 5 years ago
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    This discussion has concluded. Thanks for all your great comments.


    The main street is designed to enhance pedestrian comfort and movement and provides an array of shops and services with high quality shopfronts

    How can we improve Corrimal's art, culture and heritage offerings? What opportunities could we offer for people to learn about, experience or participate in these things?

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  • Town Centre Connections

    over 5 years ago
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    This discussion has concluded. Thanks to all who posted, you have given us a lot to think about!


    Pedestrian links connecting key destinations are designed or enhanced to encourage walking and make wayfinding easier.

    How do you feel as a pedestrian walking around Corrimal, are there ways this experience could be improved? What improvements to traffic and transport can we make in Corrimal Town Centre?
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  • Memorial Park Recreation

    over 5 years ago
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    This discussion has concluded. Thank you to all participants, keep visiting this webpage for updates.

    A wide variety of uses and activities in Memorial Park are encouraged and facilitated, creating a buzz about the park.

    Hopscotch? Wall gardens? Movable seating? It's going to take time to complete all the big infrastructure projects in Corrimal, so what inexpensive, temporary projects could we install in Memorial Park in the meantime, to make it more friendly and enjoyable?





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  • Supporting Smart Growth

    over 5 years ago
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    This discussion has concluded. Thanks for the discussion, we will consider all comments in the refinement of the draft Plan.


    High quality redevelopment is encouraged, attracting investment and residents to the Centre. 

    How can we encourage businesses to want to relocate to, stay or grow in Corrimal? Do you think the Corrimal Town Centre can support a higher residential population? How can we encourage great quality design, and environmentally sustainable development?


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