Kew Main Street Master Plan

Thank you for your interest in this project. The consultation has now concluded.

Kew

Council is working with the Kew community to review the Kew Masterplan. As one of the jewels in our village communities, Kew is a vibrant hub with a rich heritage that has renewed itself in the last decade following the Pacific Highway bypass.

The plan focuses specifically on the intersection hub of Nancy Bird Walton Dive, Kendall Road and Ocean Drive. Traffic management, pedestrian connectivity and urban amenity are currently poorly defined in this area.

The Masterplan was initially prepared in 2010 and saw the completion of a number of elements including a roundabout at the intersection of Nancy Bird Walton Drive / Ocean Drive / Kendall Road, wide medians with canopy trees, footpaths, kerb ramps and landscaping.

The masterplan will guide the future of the Kew CBD and includes improvements to road safety and parking, urban amenity and streetscape beautifications, and accessibility and better pedestrian connectivity to the vibrant intersection hub.

Community participation in this masterplanning process is vital and Council is keen to see strong participation by the community in developing the future vision of Kew. The next months will feature a range of engagement opportunities for the community to build on this previous work and contribute to the development of the Kew Masterplan.

The Kew Main Street Masterplan concept is available now for viewing from the document library located to the right of your screen (or below on mobile devices).

Council will be working with the community to review the current Masterplan, identify a clear vision and determine a set of goals.

To share your views about the current draft plan, use the Submission tab below or send an email or post your response to:

Email: council@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

Post: The General Manager
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
PO Box 84
Port Macquarie NSW 2444

Further details may be obtained by contacting Beau Spry, Community Participation Officer - Heritage and Culture on (02) 6581 8111 or by email at council@pmhc.nsw.gov.au.

Submissions closed Friday, 15 December 2017

Council is working with the Kew community to review the Kew Masterplan. As one of the jewels in our village communities, Kew is a vibrant hub with a rich heritage that has renewed itself in the last decade following the Pacific Highway bypass.

The plan focuses specifically on the intersection hub of Nancy Bird Walton Dive, Kendall Road and Ocean Drive. Traffic management, pedestrian connectivity and urban amenity are currently poorly defined in this area.

The Masterplan was initially prepared in 2010 and saw the completion of a number of elements including a roundabout at the intersection of Nancy Bird Walton Drive / Ocean Drive / Kendall Road, wide medians with canopy trees, footpaths, kerb ramps and landscaping.

The masterplan will guide the future of the Kew CBD and includes improvements to road safety and parking, urban amenity and streetscape beautifications, and accessibility and better pedestrian connectivity to the vibrant intersection hub.

Community participation in this masterplanning process is vital and Council is keen to see strong participation by the community in developing the future vision of Kew. The next months will feature a range of engagement opportunities for the community to build on this previous work and contribute to the development of the Kew Masterplan.

The Kew Main Street Masterplan concept is available now for viewing from the document library located to the right of your screen (or below on mobile devices).

Council will be working with the community to review the current Masterplan, identify a clear vision and determine a set of goals.

To share your views about the current draft plan, use the Submission tab below or send an email or post your response to:

Email: council@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

Post: The General Manager
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
PO Box 84
Port Macquarie NSW 2444

Further details may be obtained by contacting Beau Spry, Community Participation Officer - Heritage and Culture on (02) 6581 8111 or by email at council@pmhc.nsw.gov.au.

Submissions closed Friday, 15 December 2017

Thank you for your interest in this project. The consultation has now concluded.
  • Kew Main St upgrade commences

    about 1 year ago
    Kew main street plan 2017 18 works

    The main street in Kew will see some changes in the coming weeks as the first stage of important upgrade works commence to improve safety, and to beautify the area.
    Upgrades will focus on a number of safety and streetscape improvements including the installation of new kerbing, planting of gardens, improvements to existing pedestrian refuges and the extension of central medians.
    $100,000 from Council’s 2017/2018 Operational Plan will be invested in the works that will take place over the next 4-6 weeks.
    The local community have identified a number of future upgrades to focus on as part of the plan. These include modifications to the roundabout to enhance safety, and a reconfiguration of the car park adjacent to the Kew Corner Store.



    The main street in Kew will see some changes in the coming weeks as the first stage of important upgrade works commence to improve safety, and to beautify the area.
    Upgrades will focus on a number of safety and streetscape improvements including the installation of new kerbing, planting of gardens, improvements to existing pedestrian refuges and the extension of central medians.
    $100,000 from Council’s 2017/2018 Operational Plan will be invested in the works that will take place over the next 4-6 weeks.
    The local community have identified a number of future upgrades to focus on as part of the plan. These include modifications to the roundabout to enhance safety, and a reconfiguration of the car park adjacent to the Kew Corner Store.