holtermann street car park

World-class designs have been revealed for how a concrete car park in the commercial core of Crows Nest will be converted into a green oasis, with plans now on exhibition for public feedback.

Have your say on the future of the Holtermann Street Car Park! Member for North Shore Felicity Wilson said the NSW Government would deliver the new park on Holtermann Street in partnership with North Sydney Council as part of the St Leonards Crows Nest 2036 Plan.

Holtermann Street Car Park
Felicity Wilson (left) with North Sydney Council’s Jilly Gibson at the Holtermann Street Car Park

“We’re aiming to give the community what it asked for – a greener St Leonards and Crows
Nest that’s a thriving employment hub with better transport and pedestrian connections for
residents, workers, and visitors,” Ms Wilson said.

“The new park will be an exemplar for how other places across Sydney can transform a
tired car park into a green public space, while protecting and enhancing the unique
character of our local area. The new innovative space would sit alongside the new Metro Station and provide a place for people to sit, as well as good connections through to Crows Nest Community Centre and Ernest Place.”


North Sydney Council General Manager Ken Gouldthorp said by moving the concrete car
park underground, it creates the opportunity for an urban park in the heart of the Crows
Nest village.

“The designs address important issues of access to the Crows Nest Community Centre and
pedestrian connectivity, while providing three unique spaces that could be used quite
differently by the community,” Mr Gouldthorp said.

“The options will remain on public exhibition over the entire holiday period, so we can hear
from as many people as possible.”

holtermann street car park

The NSW Government has funded the design and planning process being undertaken by
Council, which is required to develop a sound business case in order for the project to be
funded and become reality.

The designs will be on exhibition until 28 February 2022.
To view the designs and have your say, visit: https://yoursay.northsydney.nsw.gov.au.

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