Regatta Park Kiosk one step closer

The transformation of Regatta Park at the Nepean River is one step closer with the Development Application (DA) for a new kiosk formally submitted for assessment.

The 88sqm kiosk will be a café style space delivering dine in and takeaway food and drink options, to improve the amenity at Regatta Park.

Funded and delivered by Penrith City Council, the kiosk will increase the appeal and functionality of the new area and further unlock the potential of our greatest natural asset, the Nepean River.

Penrith Mayor Karen McKeown OAM said the kiosk is an exciting addition to the Regatta Park upgrade and responds to the community’s request to celebrate, activate and enhance the Nepean River.

“Regatta Park is a much-loved and highly valued part of the Nepean River precinct, and we’ve worked closely with our community to develop a plan for this space that we can all be proud of,” Cr McKeown said.

“The kiosk will complement the upgrade of Regatta Park by providing food and drink options for the community to enjoy in this spectacular location along the Nepean River.”

“The new kiosk is just one of the many projects Council is undertaking to revitalise Penrith and enhance our position as the most liveable city in Western Sydney,” Cr McKeown added.

The kiosk will be located within the new 112m long pavilion being created as part of the larger upgrade of Regatta Park as part of the Western Sydney City Deal, Western Parkland City Liveability program. The kiosk is due to be complete in late 2022.

The kiosk will be on Public Exhibition for community feedback from 7 May to 7 June 2021. You can view the DA proposal via Council’s online DA tracker by searching DA21/0262 at penrith.city/datracker

Find out more at: www.yoursaypenrith.com.au/regatta-park

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