Community engagement

Community feedback has been integral to the development of the Northern Beaches Hospital road upgrade project.

Engagement with the community, businesses and other stakeholders has been ongoing since March 2014.

Environmental Impact Statements were placed on public display in 2014 and 2015, and the community were invited to provide submissions on the project. All feedback received was carefully considered and many changes to the project have occurred in response to community issues.

Engagement activities include door knocking, letterbox drops, email updates, community information sessions, meetings, work notifications, information on the Roads and Maritime website and one-on-one in person and telephone conversations with the community. The project team regularly meet with key stakeholders including Local Council, local schools, businesses, community groups and residents.

Community and Environment Forum

A Community and Environment Forum has been established to enable members of the community to discuss the project and provide feedback to the project team on key environmental and project issues.If you would like to be a member of the Forum, please contact the project team to register your interest.

Community Information Centre

The Community Information Centre is located within the project site office at the corner of Warringah Road and Wakehurst Parkway. Members of the community are encouraged to visit the centre to find information about the project and speak to members of the project team. The centre is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and visitor parking is available on site. Disabled access is provided.

Map of the Customer Information Centre, located within the project site office at the corner of Warringah Road and Wakehurst Parkway.
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