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Please Help By Taking 1 Min To Have Your Say:

The Draft Neutral Bay Town Centre Planning Study
is on Exhibition.

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North Sydney Council has released their draft strategy outlining the future of Neutral Bay!
In the study, Council have listened to many of the community and retailer concerns but there is more to do!

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Council's current draft plan for a Plaza on the Grosvenor Lane Car Park delivers very limited on-grade parking, making access inconvenient to the small businesses you love such as Blue & White Dry Cleaners, Cosmos Florist, Inform Pharmacy, Priceline, Chaos Cafe & Mr. Gordons.

Accessible on-grade parking spaces are crucial for your favourite retailers to survive.

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Have your say by 5pm Tuesday 2 April 

It is crucial that Council are aware of your concerns. We encourage you to make a submission to North Sydney Council as part of the formal exhibition period until 5pm Tuesday 2nd April and share your views. ​

Now is the time to have your say and demand a better way for Neutral Bay Village.

Click here use North Sydney Council's online

submission form.

At Part 6 of the form, enter your feedback on the draft including your views on ensuring there is ground level parking available.

You can screenshot one of our above alternate options and attach this to your submission.

All submissions must include reference: Draft Neutral Bay Town Planning Study


Our long-standing businesses are concerned about the lack to on-grade parking for their customers.

Neutral Bay Village is made up of the shop owners, tenants and staff of the area, many retailers who have been established for over 30 years including Blue & White Dry Cleaners, Priceline Pharmacy, Dymocks, Mr Gordons, Merrigal Gifts, Olympus Sports, Cosmo's Florist Bakers Delight, Chaos Cafe and Shoulder to Shank Organic Meats.


We want to preserve the Neutral Bay Village feel and maintain easy access to a wide variety of shops and services. Council has listened to many of our concerns but there is more to do.  This does not mean we must stop progress, we are all for it. We must however keep the fabric and history of Neutral Bay village with convenience and a wide array of convenient retailers who proudly serve their community.

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