As part of the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, Hawkesbury City Council has engaged Place Design Group to deliver the detailed design for revitalising the town centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor.
Place Design Group’s design component of the Liveability Project will bring the Masterplan vision to fruition. The design will celebrate existing heritage and enhance public places through public domain upgrades, activation initiatives and place-making, with the aim to re-energize the charm of the Hawkesbury region.
The Design Phase of the Hawkesbury City Council’s Master Plan and Public Domain Plan ‘Revitalising Our Town Centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor’ has specific aims for the town centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor:
- Richmond – to be an Activated Cultural Destination
- South Windsor – to be an Updated Contemporary Town Centre
- Windsor – to focus on River Heritage, Civic Boulevards and Vibrant People Places.
Once the detailed design is completed, it will be placed on Council’s community engagement website, Your Hawkesbury Your Say at www.yourhawkesbury-yoursay.com.au
Western Parkland City Liveability Program
Council has created this project to revitalise the town centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor through public domain upgrades, place-making and activation initiatives, stakeholder partnerships and commercial opportunities. This project is supported by the Western Parkland City Liveability Program and funded by all three levels of government via the Western Sydney City Deal. The Western Parkland City Liveability Program is a key commitment of the Western Sydney City Deal. The City Deals Liveability Program was established to enable each Council to implement a project to provide infrastructure improvements that will improve the built and natural environments and enable economic and social prosperity.