Pulse invites a Wentworth Point community bike team to participate in the Spring Cycle fun bike ride. Visit www.springcycle.com.au to register.
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What is it about abandoned wrecks that we find so compelling? Here we present a selection of images, taken by Chris McNab, of transport vessels now without life or purpose, stricken around the world, many of which have become tourist attractions in their own right.
About the Legacy Project The Legacy Project aims to provide safe, vibrant and high quality open spaces for communities impacted by the New M4 by delivering 5.76 hectares of additional land for community use and improving existing spaces.
Thanks to those who shared their photos with us. We’ve used contributions from the following people on our new website which will go live in the next few weeks … watch this space!
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Have your say on the Parramatta Light Rail to ensure liveable streets for our City. Give your feedback on light rail stop locations and impacts on our open space and heritage.
The upcoming Wentworth Point Working Group meeting is scheduled for Monday July 31 at 6:00pm to be held at Pulse Function Centre (9 The Crescent, Wentworth Point). The working group meetings allow Council officers to discuss local issues with each of the Community Associations. Public attendees are welcome to attend and raise their own issues towards the end of the meeting in a public forum.
Council hopes to see you there.
Sad news for eagle watchers. A territory dispute between eagles has resulted in an injured eagle in hospital and the death of S19. 😥
NSW Govt has started advertising for positions at the WP school!
Position Information Wentworth Point Public School (proposed name), is a new NSW public school at Burroway Road, Wentworth Point which will cater for…
Another 70,000 homes will be built across a stretch of central Sydney in the next 20 years.
Our neighbourhood sea-eagles have a new baby!Welcome to the world SE19. HD video.
Unfortunately, we’ve only just received advice about a session planned today … but there’s another session on Saturday. Hopefully some people will be able to attend.
If you do attend and can send me some info, I can publish it in next week’s newsletter.
Construction Out of Hours
We have recently received some complaints about construction occurring out of hours. Generally, DAs have approved construction hours from 7am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 2pm on Saturday.
City of Parramatta Council has been notified of these complaints and has said that they will direct some ad hoc patrols after 5pm to WP.
If you are disturbed by construction out of these hours, please contact Council on 9806 5050. After 5pm this will go to a service. If there is a ranger on patrol, they will be directed to the site. If not, a ranger can be called out.
There are fines that apply for working outside of approved construction hours. CoP will pursue these as a matter of course.
Sydney Olympic Park might have the highest density in all of Sydney but there are now 15 suburbs where 90 per cent or more of us live in an apartment.
Find a park and make a whole day of it!
This is quite a poor article. The article is ambiguous about what is being considered / recommended. Our position is that light rail from SOP to Strathfield just repeats the “heavy” rail line and that if train routing was changed to have the SOP station a direct link to Central, this would become a heavily used station.
It has been billed a “transformative” transport project for Western Sydney, but the billion-dollar Parramatta…
HUGE crowds of more than 140,000 people are expected to descend on Sydney Olympic Park tomorrow night in what’s being dubbed ‘Sydney’s Super Saturday’ — with police and transport chiefs calling on people to use public transport to avoid traffic Armageddon.