Planning Our Green Corridors
In acknowledging the importance of green space to people in urban areas, the Government Architect New South Wales (GANSW) has identified a network of high-quality green spaces known as the Sydney Green Grid.
These spaces connect town centres, public transport hubs, and major residential areas and keep the region cool, encourage healthy lifestyles, support walking and cycling, provide better access to open space, enhance bushland and support ecological resilience.
The Sydney Green Grid assessment process has identified three priority corridors as part of the Metropolitan Greenspace Project that are located within the Canterbury-Bankstown Local Government Area and Strathfield Local Government Area. These corridors include:
- Cooks River Open Space corridor – Canterbury- Bankstown Local Government Area (LGA) and Strathfield LGA
- Sydenham-Bankstown Open Space corridor – Canterbury- Bankstown LGA
- Wolli Creek Open Space corridor – Canterbury- Bankstown LGA
Have your Say!
Strathfield Council is undertaking this project in partnership with City of Canterbury-Bankstown, who will be managing feedback from residents.
Your ideas and feedback are important to making sure we make the most of this opportunity. Click through below to complete the survey, add your ideas to an interactive map, sign up to attend virtual workshops and email your submissions directly to Canterbury Bankstown City Council.