Prospect Pipeline Corridor - Draft Strategic Masterplan

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December 2022 update:

Council considered the Draft Strategic Masterplan for the Prospect Pipeline Corridor at the meeting on Wednesday 21 December 2022. The Draft Masterplan was adopted by Council. Details of the report can be found in the Council papers.


September 2022 update:

Consultation has closed on the Prospect Pipeline Corridor - Draft Strategic Masterplan, and submissions are now being reviewed. Thank you to everyone who submitted feedback.


August 2022 consultation:

Cumberland City Council has prepared a new Strategic Masterplan to guide the development of a continuous, publicly accessible, open space commuter and recreational corridor between Prospect Reservoir in the west and Potts Hill in the east.

The vision for the Prospect Pipeline Corridor is to enhance the established corridor in the west whilst extending connections in the east utilising a portion of the water pipeline corridor, to provide recreational linkages for pedestrians and cyclists to nearby parklands and shopping precincts.

Guided by the NSW Green Grid strategy, which aims to deliver an interconnected network of open space connections throughout metropolitan Sydney, the Prospect Pipeline Corridor traverses the suburbs of Greystanes, Guildford, Chester Hill and Regents Park.

Key objectives of our Strategic Masterplan include:

  • Connect to and heal country
  • Stitch together existing open spaces and ecosystems
  • Bring together communities
  • Support active and equitable modes of transport
  • Embed environmental resilience
  • Retain existing infrastructure uses

The area of the Prospect Pipeline Corridor Study Area can be seen below:

Prospect Pipeline study area

The project is supported by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment and involves a range of stakeholders including local councils, state agencies, community groups, sporting associations, indigenous groups, residents and visitors. These groups have informed the development of the Strategic Masterplan and will continue to contribute to the detailed planning, design and implementation of initiatives within the plan.


Information sessions

There were several drop in sessions held for the Prospect Pipeline Corridor on these dates:

  • Friday 2 September, 12pm - 2pm: Greystanes Shopping Centre
  • Wednesday 7 September, 12pm to 2pm: Guildford Library
  • Thursday 8 September, 12pm to 2pm: Regents Park Library
  • Friday 9 September, 12pm to 2pm: Auburn Botanic Gardens Picnic area

For more information, we encourage you to download a copy of the Draft Stragetic Masterplan for review from our document library.

During the community consultation period, residents were encouraged to submit their comments on the proposal. The consultation period ran from Monday 15 August until Monday 12 September 2022.

If you have any questions about this project, please contact:

Adam Ford
Landscape Architect
P: (02) 8757 9626 
E: adam.ford@cumberland.nsw.gov.au 

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