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The City of Ryde is seeking your input to create a Masterplan for three open space corridors, known as ‘Green Links’. The Green Links Masterplan will include:
This Masterplan is being prepared in response to the Greater Sydney Commission’s Our Greater Sydney 2056 – North District Plan, City of Ryde’s Planning Ryde Local Strategic Planning Statement and with support from NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Metropolitan Greenspace Program.
Council is seeking to increase the availability of open space in the City of Ryde to better meet the growing community needs. Opening and extending these corridors will significantly improve green transport connections between Macquarie Park to Eastwood and Macquarie Park to West Ryde and onwards to Meadowbank. It is likely to also include park, environmental and biodiversity improvements.
This map is provided for information purposes only. You can Have Your Say on the Green Links Masterplan by completing the online survey here.
The three proposed corridors are included in this map.
HOW TO USE THE INTERACTIVE MAP
Disclaimer: The information provided in this interactive map is a general reference source only. The positioning of all items in the interactive map are approximate only. For further information, please visit the project page here