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Hunters Hill Trust Journal, December 2020

The Hunters Hill Trust Journal Volume 59, No 2, December 2020 is available here. As it is such an important new proposal, we have devoted this month’s Journal to providing information for members and the local community about the Draft Community Infrastructure Plan 2020 proposed by Council, which contains their ‘blueprint’ for our municipality for the next 10 years. […]
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HHT SUBMISSION TO DRAFT COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN 2020

A big thank you to everyone who took part in our survey.  We were delighted with the response and level of engagement and our Submission to Council, including a Position Statement of key messages drawn from your feedback is here.   If you haven’t yet done a submission on the major changes proposed for our municipality, we would encourage […]
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DRAFT COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

We would like to bring your attention to Hunters Hill Council’s Draft Community Infrastructure Plan now on public exhibition and here is the link: https://www.huntershill.nsw.gov.au/participate/cip/ The Plan has a 10-year horizon, with short term actions and longer term projects built around “three key community hubs – The Village Green, Heritage and Cultural Facilities Hub and Lifestyle […]
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Hunters Hill Trust Journal, June 2020

The Hunters Hill Trust Journal Volume 58, No 1, June 2020 is available here. This edition includes: From the President’s Desk – Alister Sharp Boronia Park Plan of Management Revised Plan of Management for Riverglade Reserve Council Matters Oversight of Development Applications Final Plan of Management for Boronia Park The 1919 Influenza Epidemic in Sydney DA Updates […]
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Loss of Heritage Sandstone kerbs

The Trust were shocked to discover the removal of a large section of heritage sandstone kerbing in Gladesville Road, alongside St Josephs College.  Astonishingly, this work has resulted in the replacement of the sandstone kerb stones with concrete and it is not known what has happened to the large blocks of hand hewn sandstone which have […]
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Dismantling The Powerhouse Museum

2 July 2020 What a win for the community!  Finally some commonsense.  The Berejiklian government has done a backflip and the unique Powerhouse Museum, home to some 400,000 artefacts, will not be bulldozed and will remain in Ultimo!   As many of us have argued, the obvious and most cost effective option is for a new venue at Parramatta which is an opportunity […]
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Boronia Park Plan of Management

The Trust remains committed to protecting, conserving and enhancing our heritage-listed Boronia Park.  Green space is so precious, especially in light of our current situation where parks have become a lifeline.   The final consultant’s report on the Draft Plan of Management will be reviewed by Council on Monday 27 April and we will report back on the […]
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Hunters Hill Trust Journal, December 2019

The Hunters Hill Trust Journal Volume 57, No 2, December 2019 is available here. This edition includes: From the President’s Desk – Alister Sharp The updated ‘Green Book’ New Plans of Management An update on the Plan of Management DA Updates 1 & 3 Ryde Road The Lost & Found Department – 39 Alexandria St The […]
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“The Heritage of Hunters Hill” is here!

Following on from the launch at the Hunters Hill Trust Christmas party “The Heritage of Hunters Hill” book is now available. It has been printed in full colour and features almost 500 homes.  Price $55 each Available from the following local outlets: Hunters Hill Post Office, 32 Alexandra Street Hunters Hill Museum, 22 Alexandra Street The […]
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St Peter Chanel Church – Development Update

A Win for Heritage in the Land and Environment Court! Following the formal onsite meeting of the Land and Environment Court (LEC) on 28 May, the Hunters Hill Trust is pleased to report that the LEC has refused the DA but encourages members to maintain a watching brief in case the decision is appealed. Council’s […]
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