Sticking to their guns

Council officers have recommended that Council not endorse two high rise applications in the Chatswood CBD on the basis that they do not comply with Council codes.

These are at: 4 Victor Street and 410-416 Victoria Avenue Chatswood (Post Office site)  and 338-340 Victoria Avenue Chatswood (cnr. Spring St).

Bee line?

In traditional transport solutions ‘B-line’ referred to specialised bus services.

NSW Transport minister Constance has come up with the idea of ‘cross pollinating’ transport services.

A new initiative will trial the use of OPAL cars on rides hare services such as UBER.

If you use multiple modes of transport to get about (bus, train, ferry, ride share etc) you may get a discount.

Satisfaction survey

If you want to hear more from Council, value good communication and want Willoughby City Council to focus on waste and recycling, roads and traffic and planning for the future. These are just a few of the key findings in our two yearly community perception survey. Discover more about what matters to the people of Willoughby in an interactive community information seminar hosted online via Zoom at 6.30pm on 22 March.

Find out more: https://www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au/Events/Community-Information-Seminar-Community-Perception-Survey

Bicycle path

 Issues seem to have emerged in relation to proposed changes to the bicycle path at the intersection of Millwood Ave and Fullers Rd West near Lowanna Park. Evidently changes were made to a driveway that make the transition dangerous. Council has plans for rectifying the situation but no funds.