Young Street Plaza

Council is seeking community feedback on the design of a new plaza in Young St (between Military Rd and Grosvenor Lane).

Young St Plaza consultation panel (5MB)

The project is a response to community feedback emphasising a need for more community/open space in the Neutral Bay Village.

A concept has been developed that proposes new landscaped areas for community use, space for outdoor dining, and improved pedestrian access around Neutral Bay Village.


Project Highlights

  • Closure of Young Street between Military Rd and Grosvenor Lane (driveway and loading zone access will be retained).
  • 700sq m of high quality landscaped space for community use.
  • Improved access for people walking and cycling to B-line bus stops, including new paths and secure bike parking.
  • Realignment of existing traffic signals over Military Rd to provide a direct link between May Gibbs Place and Young Street.
  • Increased pedestrian activity in front of shops and commercial premises fronting Young Street.
  • Integration with planned pedestrian path and streetscape upgrades in nearby Grosvenor Lane.
  • Reduction of 11 car parking spaces, which will be offset by an increase of 5 spaces in Grosvenor Lane.
  • High quality paving and materials.
  • New street trees, garden beds and public seating.

Have your Say

Council would like to hear your feedback on the concept design.

You can provide feedback to:


Consultation Sessions

Consultation for the project is from 31 May - 28 June 2019. You can find out more by attending the following consultation sessions at The Neutral Bay Community Centre, 190-192 Military Rd, Neutral Bay.


Drop-in information sessions

Tuesday 25 June 2019, either: 12pm - 2pm, or 5.30pm - 6.30pm


Community Workshop

Thursday 27 June 2019, 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Register with

Spaces are limited. Only one representative from each property/business/group may attend.



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Mail - General Manager, North Sydney Council, PO Box 12, NORTH SYDNEY NSW 2059

Call - 9936 8251

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Posted on 14 June 2019

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