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Apex Park Toilet Development and Community Artwork Project

The Julian Terrace and Apex Park Toilet Development forms part of the strategic delivery of the Gawler Town Centre Design Framework that Council endorsed in 2016 to provide an ongoing commitment to the vitality of the Town Centre.
Consultation Dates:
Opened 11 Sep 2019 — Closed 02 Oct 2019

Overview

As part of the Walker Place Redevelopment new public toilets are to be delivered to replace the existing toilets located along Julian/Whitelaw Terrace (opposite Walker Place) that are at the end of asset life. As there is existing community artwork attached to the Julian/Whitelaw Terrace public toilets that will be demolished, Council propose new open space that retains the artwork and increases the amenity of Julian Terrace. The demolition of existing toilets, retention of community artwork and development of new public toilets is being funded in collaboration with the State and Federal Governments as part of the Walker Place Redevelopment ‘Places for People’ and ‘Roads to Recovery’ Programs.

The Town of Gawler invites community feedback on the Apex Park Toilet Development and Retention of Community Artwork, so please feel free to view the below posters for further information and complete the feedback survey.

Note that community consultation will be undertaken from 11 September 2019 through to 2 October 2019.

Should you have any questions about these works, please don’t hesitate to contact the Walker Place Redevelopment Team via email: walkerplaceredevelopment@gawler.sa.gov.au


We would like you to complete this short SURVEY, tell us what you think?