The Premier’s ‘No’ Minister


Progress Association Members at the Interchange

Local Progress Associations and Willoughby Council have been advocating to the State Government the need for additional transport interchange facilities in Chatswwod. The current interchange is at capacity.

An ideal site for additional facilities is the property at 1-5 Railway St, just on the other side of the line. However, recently the Sate Government sold the site. This was after the Premier told the Federation of Willoughby Progress Association that her government had no plans to sell the site. Unfortunately, she had been misled by Transport Minster Andrew Constance. This was real ‘Utopia’ or ‘No Minster’ proceedings

Willoughby Council is now rethinking its strategy for resolving transport issues  within the CBD.


2 thoughts on “The Premier’s ‘No’ Minister

  1. Any more recent news re:
    1/ “Willoughby Council is now rethinking its strategy for resolving transport issues within the CBD.”
    2/ Public exhibition on Chatswood CBD re-zoning strategy.

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