Identified as a Major Centre by the NSW Government, Burwood is set to grow significantly in the next 25 years, taking advantage of the area’s strong local economy and excellent transport infrastructure. Council is committed not only to maximising the area’s growth, but to ensuring that Burwood remains an exciting and vibrant place to live, work and visit. We have already completed an extensive program of public works, including improvements to Burwood Park, the Avenue of Nations and surrounding streetscapes. Work is underway on a new civic and cultural quarter, including a new library
and multifunction hall.
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Burwood Council is about to embark on a major consultation and planning program across the local community as it starts to develop its Community Strategic Plan. Mayor John Sidoti said the Community Strategic Plan, Burwood 2030, will provide the blueprint for Council activities over the next 20 years...
Wed, 20 January 2010
Burwood Town Centre Future Directions.
Tue, 09 December 2008
Accent on Burwood: Now and Future. 2008 Edition.
Tue, 01 January 2008
Burwood Council's draft 20-year vision was welcomed by local business people attending a Burwood Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting on August 27. In the highest number of attendance at a breakfast meeting, gathered members listened attentively as Burwood Council's General Manager, Mr Romano, outlined the key elements in the draft strategic masterplan for Burwood CBD.
Thu, 28 August 2003
Burwood Council approved the development of draft Local Environmental Plans (LEP) for a new Civic precinct and upgrades to Burwood Railway Station at an extraordinary Council meeting held last night.
Fri, 15 August 2003