Council is about to begin a $5 million park activation project at Cockayne Reserve in Castle Hill.
The project will include the Design and Construction of two new pedestrian bridges, construction of 2km of connecting concrete shared pathways, two local playgrounds, seating areas and other associated landscaping elements.
Excitingly, the two pedestrian bridges are to be constructed using Fibre Reinforced Polymer for structural members, which utilises recycled materials and is a more environmentally friendly solution.
Cockayne Reserve is where Cattai Creek begins and is an important activation area for the Showground Precinct in Castle Hill.
I am looking forward to seeing construction begin on site in the next few weeks and the project completed later this year.