Energising End Street Pilot Project - Rebuilding & Reconnecting
Proudly funded through NSW State Government Department of Planning and Environment, Streets as Shared Spaces program.
Rebuilding and reconnecting our community after the challenges of COVID is the main focus of an exciting new pilot project. The Energising End Street initiative features a series of activations to make public spaces more vibrant and active through temporary and permanent changes and improvements. The pilot includes a series of works including the installation of pop-up parklets, a cultural garden as well, as art and lighting activations on vacant shop fronts.
These changes will be tested to build a case for longer-term changes in End Street precinct. The pilot will run for 6 months from September 2022 until February 2023.
- Foster a sense of community by creating vibrant shared public spaces
- Increase economic activity, business awareness and visibility in End Street
- Provide attractive places for people to sit, relax and dine
- Increase the time people spend socialising, making new connections and interacting in a shared spaces setting
- Provide opportunities for local art and culture
- Encourage people to walk, cycle by being pedestrian friendly
Proudly funded through the NSW State Government Department of Planning and Environment, Streets as Shared Spaces program, the Energising End Street pilot project opened in September 2022 and we are now taking feedback on the concept.
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