So, what’s happening?

Right now, Pyrmont Bridge Road and the Johnstons Creek corridor are being considered for big improvements as part of the Inner West Council & NSW Government Streetscape Master Plan.

They’re planning a new shared path along Johnstons Creek and more street trees, better pedestrian safety and wider footpaths, dedicated bike lanes and parking on Pyrmont Bridge Road.

The proposal will create a better sense of community by making it easier to travel across the neighbourhood whether by car, bike or on foot. It will help make the Annandale and Camperdown area safer, more livable, and family friendly.

But right now it’s only a concept and we want Council to commit to its delivery. Tell the Inner West Council you support the Streetscape Master Plan and together, we can make it happen!

 
Artist’s impression of proposed Pyrmont Bridge Road streetscape looking towards Parramatta Road from the intersection of Mallett St / Pyrmont Bridge Road /Booth St.  Image courtesy of the  Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan .

Artist’s impression of proposed Pyrmont Bridge Road streetscape looking towards Parramatta Road from the intersection of Mallett St / Pyrmont Bridge Road /Booth St.
Image courtesy of the Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan.

 

How to help

First, tell Council before 1 July 2019;

  1. You support the Pyrmont Bridge Road and Johnstons Creek Streetscape Master Plan;

  2. That it’s worthy of funding because it’ll make our area more liveable, family friendly, safe and convenient; and

  3. That there’s strong local support for getting the projects underway ASAP.

To do that, fill out the Inner West Council feedback survey on the Streetscape project website before 1 July 2019 to support the Streetscape Master Plan. It takes 2 minutes.

Click here to download the Streetscape Plan in PDF format (Pyrmont Bridge Road plans are on pages 22 to 25 and Johnstons Creek details are on pages 28 to 35).

Second, click here to sign up to our mailing list and we’ll try to keep you up to date. We’ll use it to stay in touch but won’t sell or trade your details. Promise!

Third, print copies of our letterbox flyers (A4, A5) or A3 posters and help spread the word.

 
Artist’s impression of proposed Pyrmont Bridge Road streetscape looking towards Mallett St. Trio Apartments in the distance, James Squire heritage brewery to right.  Image courtesy of the  Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan .

Artist’s impression of proposed Pyrmont Bridge Road streetscape looking towards Mallett St. Trio Apartments in the distance, James Squire heritage brewery to right.
Image courtesy of the Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan.

 

About Us

We Heart Camperdown was started by a group of community-minded Inner Westies coming together thanks to a shared love for our area.

We live and spend a whole bunch of time in Annandale, Camperdown and the broader area. Some of us live on Pyrmont Bridge Road, others just love Grumpy’s and Wayward, or working off the donuts and beer at Nomad.

Disappointed by the icky parts of our area, we were surprised to hear there are plans to do something about it and we are excited to help make it happen.

We're not politically motivated, just passionate about our area and sharing knowledge to help make Annandale and Camperdown safer, more vibrant, liveable and family friendly.

You can contact us via the form below or email us at weheartcamperdown@gmail.com :)

 
Artist’s impression of proposed Shared Path along Johnstons Creek, at Badu Park.  Image courtesy of the  Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan .

Artist’s impression of proposed Shared Path along Johnstons Creek, at Badu Park.
Image courtesy of the Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan.

 

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Artist’s impression of proposed Pyrmont Bridge Road alignment. See Master Plan for high resolution version. Image courtesy of the  Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan .

Artist’s impression of proposed Pyrmont Bridge Road alignment. See Master Plan for high resolution version. Image courtesy of the Inner West Council Streetscape Master Plan.