With planning and development underway across the North Shore, residents (or visitors to) St Leonards and Crows Nest are being asked to weigh in on the new metro station.
It’s pretty hard to miss the growth spurt Sydney is undergoing, with people in Hi-Vis vests now almost as common as business suits and briefcases on the morning commute.
The new metro station under construction at Crows Nest is one of the more obvious signs of the building boom on the North Shore.
More change is coming, with the St Leonards and Crows Nest area identified as a precinct which will see significant growth over the coming two decades.
This week the Department of Planning and Environment launched an online survey on their website seeking community feedback.
The survey wants people to nominate what they love most about the area, what makes them proud, what new facilities should be built and what key infrastructure needs to be built.
It’s a chance to have your say and help define what shape the personality, heritage and culture of the area is and will be in the future.
The short series of questions is designed to help the Department of Planning and Environment better understand this neighborhood, and what’s important to you.
Have your say here.