Town Centre Renewal Plan
The TCRP is an ambitious plan that seeks to rejuvenate the town centre of Inverell. Adopted by Council in 2014, it is a strategy for enhancing an attractive town centre that people want to visit more frequently and stay for longer periods of time – allowing businesses greater opportunity. The Plan also sought to deal with the problems associated with existing Plane Trees.
BYRON STREET WORKS
Town Centre Renewal Plant (TCRP) works commenced in Byron Street between Campbell Street and Vivian Streets in January, 2020. The works are due to be completed in early April 2020, with details on the project and updates provided below. Updates are also provided to businesses in the works precinct via printed newsletters, emails and SMS.
Sign up to receive updates on the project – information can be found on page two (2) of the Update 1: Stage One Works document.
Further details on the project can be obtained through the Media Release: Byron Street renewal to start.
PROJECT UPDATES & FACT SHEETS
Frequently asked questions along with project updates and fact sheets can be downloaded below.
|Update 3 & 4: Change to Traffic Arrangements - 16 February 2020 & 20 February 2020||2 MB - PDF|
|Update 2: Change to Traffic Arrangements - 29 January 2020 & 2 February 2020||2 MB - PDF|
|Update 1: Stage One Works & Frequently Asked Questions||2 MB - PDF|
|Fact Sheet: Tree Plantings||306 KB - PDF|
The Destination Report – Town Centre Renewal Plan provides a full outline of the strategy adopted at the Ordinary Meeting held 25 June 2014. The complete Town Centre Renewal Plan is available below.
|Plane Tree Management|
|Tree Report – April 2012||[3 Mb]|
|Plane Tree Damage Photographs - March 2016||[4 Mb]|
|Additional Plane Tree Damage Photographs||[12 Mb]|
TCRP Sunset Committee
Council created a TCRP Sunset Committee that included community and Chamber of Commerce representatives to assist Council in the formulation of the TCRP.
Should you require any further information on Councils Town Centre Renewal Plan, including information on the Otho Street renewal project (completed in April 2018), please contact the Civil and Environmental Services Department on (02) 6728 8200.
Last modified: 27-Mar-2020