22 January | news

Revitalisation Plan Brings New Life to Georgetown

The vibrant and close-knit community of Georgetown is about to undergo an exciting transformation. The proposed revitalisation by Newcastle City Council aims to enhance the existing charm of Georgetown while creating a safer place for residents and visitors. 

One of the key features of the proposed plan is the transformation of the Asher Street intersection into a public plaza. The project will infuse an abundance of seating and greenery amongst the area providing a space for residents to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Another significant aspect of the project is the reinforcement of the existing 40km/h zone, ensuring safer roads for pedestrians and drivers alike. New pedestrian refuges will also be installed along the busy Georgetown Road, making it easier for residents to navigate the area on foot. 

The introduction of a new public plaza is planned for the intersection of Moate Street and Georgetown Road. This plaza will not only add to the appeal of the area but also support the local shopping precinct, creating a welcoming and attractive destination while providing a safe cycling route between Asher Street and Parkview Street. This means that CREST Georgetown residents will have easy access to the shops and amenities in the area, further enhancing their convenience and modern lifestyle. 

Residents of CREST Georgetown will enjoy improved public spaces, safer roads, and a more attractive shopping precinct. Life in Georgetown is about to become even more enjoyable and convenient.

For more information on CREST Georgetown, click here.
To read more on the revitalisation, click here.

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