Creative Hoardings: Draft Policy

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Woollahra Council is proposing to support and promote arts, artists and cultural development in the local community by requiring creative works on construction site hoardings. Integrating artwork onto hoardings will improve the appearance of the streetscape during construction, and will help engage the community with public art.

We have prepared the Draft Creative Hoardings Policy (Draft Policy). The Draft Policy identifies what development must integrate creative hoardings as part of an application to erect a hoarding on public land. It also sets out how an applicant can select an appropriate creative artwork or image to be installed on the hoardings.

At its meeting of 9 March 2020, Council resolved to approve the Woollahra Creative Hoardings Policy. You can read the full Council minutes here.

Our survey is closed but you can still read our exhibition documents.

You might want to read these documents if you are interested in:

  • new residential and non-residential development
  • streetscape impacts from major construction works
  • arts and cultural development
  • community matters.

The public exhibition was open from 9 October 2019 to 15 November 2019.


PRIVACY NOTE:

Submissions, summaries of submissions, and/or names and email addresses of people making submissions may be included in publicly available reports to Council or Committee Meetings and Council's website.

Please note, in accordance with section 18(1)(b) of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW), you are advised that all submissions received by Council will be placed on the appropriate Council file and may be disclosed to Councillors, Council Officers, consultants to Council or members of the public.

Woollahra Council is proposing to support and promote arts, artists and cultural development in the local community by requiring creative works on construction site hoardings. Integrating artwork onto hoardings will improve the appearance of the streetscape during construction, and will help engage the community with public art.

We have prepared the Draft Creative Hoardings Policy (Draft Policy). The Draft Policy identifies what development must integrate creative hoardings as part of an application to erect a hoarding on public land. It also sets out how an applicant can select an appropriate creative artwork or image to be installed on the hoardings.

At its meeting of 9 March 2020, Council resolved to approve the Woollahra Creative Hoardings Policy. You can read the full Council minutes here.

Our survey is closed but you can still read our exhibition documents.

You might want to read these documents if you are interested in:

  • new residential and non-residential development
  • streetscape impacts from major construction works
  • arts and cultural development
  • community matters.

The public exhibition was open from 9 October 2019 to 15 November 2019.


PRIVACY NOTE:

Submissions, summaries of submissions, and/or names and email addresses of people making submissions may be included in publicly available reports to Council or Committee Meetings and Council's website.

Please note, in accordance with section 18(1)(b) of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW), you are advised that all submissions received by Council will be placed on the appropriate Council file and may be disclosed to Councillors, Council Officers, consultants to Council or members of the public.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We invite you to make a submission to the public exhibition. 

    Your feedback will help inform the final report and Council's decision on the proposed amendment. 

    We invite you to make a submission to the public exhibition. 

    Your feedback will help inform the final report and Council's decision on the proposed amendment. 

    Consultation has concluded
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