About this document
This document is part of a series of workshop outputs that imagine a water sensitive future for the Sydenham to Bankstown Corridor in Sydney (NSW).
This document demonstrates how corridor level planning principles can be grounded in two case study precincts – Campsie and Marrickville. The purpose of this exercise was to translate planning principles into tangible outcomes; and the resulting ideas are early concepts requiring further detail and analysis.
The Sydenham to Bankstown project provides guidance, advice and resources to assist the two councils of Canterbury Bankstown and Inner West.
The outputs help to:
• Identify objectives that can be used in Council’s Local Strategic Planning Statements.
• Identify any barriers, challenges and opportunities for the precinct.
This planning and advice will also be of use to Sydney Water and the Dept. of Planning and Environment.