SURRY HILLS SHOPPING VILLAGE PROPOSAL

We invite you to view an animation of the proposed redevelopment for illustrative purposes in the screen above.

As the planning process for the revitalisation of the Surry Hills Shopping Village continues, information and updates will be available on this website to keep the local community informed and provide an opportunity to leave feedback.

The Planning Proposal has progressed and the development application for the Surry Hills Shopping Village was lodged with City of Sydney Council. The application was placed on exhibition for comment until Monday 5 November 2018 as part of the assessment process which is still underway.

Local architects SJB and Architect Prineas have collaborated with Redfern landscape architectural firm, Aspect Studios, to design a neighbourhood hub that considers the local character and creates new welcoming spaces to shop, live, work and socialise.

 


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Key Features
  • A public realm designed for patrons, workers, visitors, residents and the community to share
  • A vibrant retail and dining precinct, activating key street frontages
  • A new public parklet, to be dedicated to Council
  • The protection of the heritage building on the corner of Cleveland and Baptist Street
  • Strong urban design principles, particularly at the Cleveland and Marriott Street corner
  • A widened footpath enhancing Marriott Street
  • A laneway providing pedestrian and cycling connectivity from Marriott Street through to Baptist Street
  • A market-style retail laneway that connects the existing laneway networks providing a vibrant and pedestrian-friendly alternative to Cleveland street
  • A diverse range of unique apartment types and a whimsical architectural language
  • Greening of roof gardens and a well-considered landscaping strategy.