Bombala Therry St Development

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Bombala Therry St Development Concept Design

Snowy Monaro Regional Council would like to invite to community feedback on the Therry St Development concept design.

11 images are provided in the survey below, please take the time to look at each element of the design and provided comments at the end of the survey.

The area has been design to create a functional 'green corridor' along the river foreshore to complement the natural environment with a key link to the Bombala CBD.

This development will provide a unique space with the perfect balance of functional needs (long vehicle parking, car parking) with the platypus place to relax and enjoy the area.

The integration of the platypus viewing platform into this design is underway, and will be finalised in the coming weeks.

Please submit your feedback by 4.30pm Thursday 3 May 2018.

Bombala Therry St Development Concept Design

Snowy Monaro Regional Council would like to invite to community feedback on the Therry St Development concept design.

11 images are provided in the survey below, please take the time to look at each element of the design and provided comments at the end of the survey.

The area has been design to create a functional 'green corridor' along the river foreshore to complement the natural environment with a key link to the Bombala CBD.

This development will provide a unique space with the perfect balance of functional needs (long vehicle parking, car parking) with the platypus place to relax and enjoy the area.

The integration of the platypus viewing platform into this design is underway, and will be finalised in the coming weeks.

Please submit your feedback by 4.30pm Thursday 3 May 2018.

  • Therry St Development Concept Designs

    The images below are the concept design for the Therry St Development in Bombala.

    Please review each drawing and provide comments and feedback at the end of the survey.

    The images below are the concept design for the Therry St Development in Bombala.

    Please review each drawing and provide comments and feedback at the end of the survey.

    Consultation has concluded