Update on the Spit Junction Masterplan – June 2014

The Spit Junction Masterplan was reported to the Council Meeting on 3 June 2014. The report (EP/18) addressed concerns raised by Councillors, considered the public submissions received, and made some recommendations about the future direction of the Masterplan. At the meeting, Council did not adopt the recommendations in the report and instead resolved that: 1. .. read more

What’s happening with the Spit Junction Masterplan?

Background The Spit Junction Masterplan and subsequent review by CHROFI Architects for the Mosman Civic Centre site were publicly exhibited from 3 October to 3 December 2013. A public meeting was also held on 25 November 2013 attended by 28 people. During the public exhibition 29 submissions were received from a wide range of stakeholders. An overview .. read more

Spit Junction Masterplan to go on public exhibition in October

The completed Spit Junction Masterplan will be placed on public exhibition starting 3 October 2013 for a period of two months. During the exhibition period the Masterplan will be available on the Mosman Council website, at Council’s offices and at the Mosman Library. I would encourage you to check out the Masterplan while it is on exhibition .. read more

On September 12th, 2013, posted in: Current Projects, Spit Junction Masterplan, The People's Junction by

Update on Spit Junction Masterplan

On Tuesday 4 June 2013 Council resolved to place the final Spit Junction Masterplan on public exhibition. The exhibition will likely commence in August 2013. We will keep you updated as this progresses. You can keep up to date with the progress of the Spit Junction Masterplan by ‘liking’ the People’s Junction facebook page or .. read more

Call to action…last chance to input to development of draft plan

The project team has worked all year to refine and draft a Masterplan for Spit Junction. Community input is critical and feedback has helped shape the development of the Masterplan through: A series of workshops for local business operators and the wider community Information stalls at Mosman Markets Ongoing updates to this webpage, blogs, Facebook .. read more

Market Fever

The ‘Planners in Pink’ from the project team last Saturday spoke to over 50 people at the Mosman Markets. The planners were impressed at the level of interest shown by passers-by and community members who made the effort to come down to the Peoples Junction stall to speak to them about the Masterplan and Civic .. read more

A week of workshops

Last week was a busy one for the People’s Junction project team. Two successful workshops were held presenting the preliminary concepts on the Spit Junction Masterplan and Mosman Civic Centre sites to the community. Almost 80 community members, comprised of business owners and local residents participated and provided valuable feedback that will be considered by .. read more

RSVP – Coffee Concepts Conversation

Come down this Friday morning (7.30am – 9am) to the Seniors Centre and join the conversation on the preliminary plans for the People’s Junction with fellow business owners whilst enjoying some hot coffee and tea and local made pastries. During the event we will discuss a range of interesting topics including: • The development design .. read more

A thriving High Street at Spit Junction

High streets are characterised by significant diversity and complexity, in terms of scale, geography, function and form. No two high streets are the same. As a result, the way in which they are affected by and respond to change is diverse and varied. Mosman’s main street, particularly around Spit Junction, needs a lift. Further down .. read more

On June 8th, 2012, posted in: The People's Junction by 1 Comment

Delivering community benefits with increased development potential

There are a number of opportunity sites identified for significant new development to deliver public benefits and drive renewal. One site is in Council ownership, but the other four are privately owned. These sites could be redeveloped to make an architectural statement and give the Junction a strong visual identity along Military Road. Given the .. read more