Have your say on improving the safety, look and feel of Georgetown Local Centre
We previously asked the local community what was most important about Georgetown Local Centre, and what could be improved. We heard that people love the community and village atmosphere but would like it to be enhanced with improved public spaces.
With your input, we’ve developed a draft Public Domain Plan. We encourage you to view the Plan and have your say to help shape future upgrades to the Georgetown Local Centre.
What is being proposed?
The upgrades aim to:
- Improve accessibility, safety and convenience for pedestrians and cyclists.
- Improve driver visibility and safety.
- Make improvements to infrastructure including drainage.
- Create more space for people by building wider footpaths and a new plaza creating an attractive destination to support the shopping precinct.
- Improve the natural environment by providing more trees and landscaping.
These upgrades will benefit both businesses and residents – delivering a safer, more attractive place to visit, that attracts customers and presents an alternative to large shopping centres.
The Georgetown Local Centre upgrade is part of City of Newcastle's commitment to developing vibrant, safe and active public places. For information on what we have delivered in other centres, visit our Local Centres webpage.
Draft Georgetown Local Centre Public Domain and Traffic Plan
Click each of the icons on the map below to find out more about the proposed upgrades.
Or, view a copy of the full plan here.
Note: this plan is a draft concept and is intended for communication purposes only. The final layout is subject to change following community consultation and detailed design requirements.
Have your say
Have your say and help shape future upgrades to the Georgetown Local Centre by completing the survey below or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your feedback will be used to inform the final concept plan.
Feedback closes 5pm 8 December 2023.
Speak to us in person
You can also attend our drop-in session to talk with key project staff about the proposed upgrades. Find us at the corner of Georgetown Road and Asher Street from 8.30am – 10.30am on Saturday 25 November.