Kyogle’s town centre is going to get a $2.048m facelift, local MP Kevin Hogan has announced.
Mr Hogan, the Federal Member for Page, said the works would include landscaping improvements such as street trees and gardens, outdoor kerb side dining areas, new seating, recycling bins, and street furniture.
There would also be traffic improvements, including a 40km/h pedestrian area, intersection improvements, cycling lanes and disabled parking spaces.
The developments are set to start from the intersection at Wyangarie Street through to the intersection at Kyogle Road.
‘These upgrades will help to support existing businesses by encouraging the community to shop locally and drawing in more visitors,’ Mr Hogan said.
‘It will also provide spaces that can be utilised for a range of community events and gatherings.
Kyogle Mayor, Kylie Thomas, welcomed the funding and said it will be a ‘great development for the town’.
The consultation period for the project will be open until Friday 18th February 2022.
To lodge a submission, go to: https://www.kyogle.nsw.gov.au/council-engagement/council-business/on-public-exhibition/