CARPARK celebrated victory WE WON! CARPARK SAVED! Common sense prevails at last! State Government rejects  Ku ring gai Counci’s application to reclassify its portion of the carpark site. This means it cannot sell it off and it remains a community asset. The other portion is now owned by Transport for NSW. Read more

STAY VIGILANT!

The State Government has rejected Ku ring gai Council’s push to reclassify its portion of the carpark site. Their application has been rejected. But as a community we need to stay vigilant to ensure the land remains a community asset into the future.  

828TajMahalWEBWE BELIEVE COUNCIL CAN’T AFFORD ITS NEW TAJ MAHAL ADMIN BUILDING & THAT COMMUNITY ASSETS SHOULD NOT BE SOLD TO PAY FOR IT!

WHY NOT SELL THE ENTIRE SITE TO TfNSW & CREATE A TRUE WIN-WIN FOR THE COMMUNITY?!

CULWORTH AVENUE CAR PARK TO STAY State Member, Alister Henskens SC, has welcomed the decision made by the Department of Planning and Environment to reject Ku-ring-gai Council’s proposal to reclassify and sell the Culworth Avenue car park at Killara currently owned by the Council. The Department was of the opinion that the provision of a dedicated parking facility would better serve the nee...

Carpark Saved! A victory for common sense

Media Release 29 November 2016 Commonsense prevails over bureaucratic self-aggrandisement CARPARK has warmly welcomed the news that the Department of Planning and Environment has rejected Ku-ring-gai Council’s application to have the remaining portion of the Killara Station carpark reclassified as operational land. The move would have opened the way for Council to sell off the two-thirds...