You Spoke, We Listened
During the exhibition of the Hornsby Park Landform DA (concluded on 13 January 2020), submissions were received that led to changes to reduce the extent of works that will be undertaken.
In particular, concerns were expressed about tree losses and potential habitat impacts, and support expressed for the preservation of the volcanic diatreme that is expressed in the eastern quarry cliff face.
As a result, changes were made resulting in further reduction to the extent of works that will be undertaken on site to create Hornsby Park.
The DA with improvements is currently being assessed. The independent planner received all submissions, including those received during the DA exhibition and those additionally received as a result of the changes and following community engagement activities undertaken during the exhibition period. The planner’s advice will be reported to the Sydney North Planning Panel before Approval to proceed with the Landform Earthworks can be gained.
See the Transformation
FILLING THE QUARRY
The project to fill the quarry from the Northconnex tunnel is now nearing completion.
THE NEW LANDFORM
The new landform allows us to begin to visualise the activities that will be suitable in each of the areas.
Fifty landscape architecture students from the University of New South Wales brought their ideas for opportunities at the Hornsby park site as a major third-year project.
We selected five of these projects to highlight the diverse possibilities that can be realised at Hornsby Park. Check out these great visions.
We answer some of the commonly asked questions about the Hornsby Park Development.
View the library of technical documents and plans about the Hornsby Park site including site photos, site analysis plans and geo-technical and environmental reports.
The Hornsby Park site is located a short distance from the Hornsby CBD, approximately 800 metres from Hornsby Railway Station.
The existing Hornsby Park on Peats Ferry Road, which is home to the Hornsby Aquatic and Leisure Centre, will become the gateway to Hornsby Park.