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24 February 2018 Posted by 


Taking time to talk Terrigal
VITAL consultations about the future of Terrigal as a tourism hot spot will be held at the end of the month.

Central Coast Council will be open to ideas from the community on a series of projects in and around the Terrigal commercial precinct.

Mayor Jane Smith said as Terrigal continued to grow as a popular destination for visitors and residents alike, Council was working to enhance the amenity of the area through the delivery of major infrastructure and urban design projects.

“Council will be providing information to the community and seeking feedback on key projects including changes to traffic flow through the Terrigal CBD and the installation of smart parking sensors to improve parking in the area,” Mayor Smith said.

“Once completed, these projects will improve traffic flow and parking as well as deliver improvements to the general amenity of the area for tourists and residents alike.

“I encourage the community to come along to one of our Let’s Talk Terrigal information sessions later this month.”

The works planned for Terrigal CBD valued at $2,209,000 have been funded through the NSW State Government’s Stronger Communities Fund made available to all newly merged Councils.

The installation of smart parking sensors, including the development of a smart phone App that the community can use to find their closest available parking space, has been made possible through a grant of $114,000 from the Australian Government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program.

Council is also investigating further opportunities to improve parking in Terrigal as part of a region-wide parking strategy and will be seeking community input as this is developed.

Information sessions will be held on Monday, 26 February and Wednesday, 28 February from 6.30pm – 8.30pm at Terrigal Surf Club.

Detail about the plans and projects planned for Terrigal can be found at


Community feedback is open until March 2, 2018.



Michael Walls
P: 0407 783 413
E: Michael@accessnews.com.au

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