Media Statement: Gannons Park Revitalisation Project
Consistent with the Gannons Park Landscape Masterplan 2012 , the Gannons Park Revitalisation Project will see the construction of a three metre wide pedestrian and cycle path which will connect the upper and lower sections of the Park.
The area will continue to include a dedicated off-leash area for dogs, separated from the shared cycle/walking path by a vegetated swale.
The former Hurstville City Council undertook extensive community consultation on the Gannons Park Landscape Masterplan to improve and better utilise the parkland. The draft plan was publicly exhibited in late 2011 and was followed by a community meeting and feedback session in February 2012.
Council formally adopted the Gannons Park Landscape Masterplan at its meeting on 4 April 2012 and has been implementing the provisions of the masterplan in a staged manner since that time.