Planning underway for landmark commercial and retail building above metro station in North Sydney


North Sydney will get a new commercial and retail hub as planning begins for Sydney Metro’s Victoria Cross Station integrated station development.

The public can now have their say on the proposed building above Victoria Cross Station after an Environmental Impact Statement was lodged with the Department of Planning and Environment.

Three groups have been shortlisted for the tender to build Victoria Cross Station in North Sydney and the building above the station – the first integrated station package to be shortlisted on the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project.

To help minimise the impact to the community and maximise the benefits of Sydney Metro, work on the integrated designs can start while station construction is underway. 

The NSW Government expects to award the contract later this year. Sydney Metro received planning approval for Victoria Cross Station in January 2017, and is now seeking approval for the building above the station.

Displays and information will be available at the following drop-in community information sessions:

  • 4 June 4-7pm, Fred Hutley Hall, North Sydney Council, 200 Miller Street, North Sydney
  • 6 June 4-7pm, Fred Hutley Hall, North Sydney Council, 200 Miller Street, North Sydney
  • 26 May from 8:30am - 3pm, Kirribilli Markets

Details on how to make a submission can be found at: www.majorprojects.planning.nsw.gov.au and the Environmental Impact Statement is on exhibition from 23 May 2018 to 22 June 2018.

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