Pennant Hills

PENNANT HILLS

It’s all change on the trains

Over the past few weeks we have seen several articles in the Sydney press describing the dual problems of increasing congestion on Sydney's rail...

Pennant Hills businesses living with uncertainty

PAUL TAYLOR, MEMBER OF THE PENNANT HILLS DISTRICT CIVIC TRUST Pennant Hills businesses and their employees may be the “collateral damage” of the Town Centre...

Commuters: traffic and parking at the Shire Stations

MARTIN PLUSS, VICE PRESIDENT Are commuter traffic and parking key issues for residents in the Pennant Hills District/Hornsby Shire? In the Australian on 24 February 2018...

A vision for the future

NOEL OXLEY, PRESIDENT For many years the Pennant Hills District Civic Trust has urged successive Councils to prepare a strategic vision for the development of...
Noel Oxley from the Trust (3rd from left) with Mayor Philip Ruddock, Cllr Emma Heyde and PHDCT member Normal Parris

Developing a town centre plan

NOEL OXLEY, PRESIDENT Members of the Pennant Hills District Civic Trust recently met with the mayor of Hornsby Shire, Philip Ruddock, Councillor Emma Heyde and...
Will the Town Centre Plan reflect the wishes of our community?

Let’s have the vision before the Plan

Noel Oxley When the Council invited landowners, business owners, and community progress associations in Pennant Hills and Thornleigh to participate in the Picture Pennant Hills online survey,...

THE YEAR IN REVIEW

NOEL OXLEY, PRESIDENT As we rush towards the end of 2017 it’s time to look back on our achievements for the year and share them...
Fisher Ave car park - needs to be better policed by the council

HORNSBY COUNCIL – RECLAIM OUR COMMUNITY PARKING SPACE

NOEL OXLEY, PRESIDENT The results of our Council elections are finalised and we have long-time Pennant Hills resident Philip Ruddock as the new Hornsby Mayor...

Democracy in Action- Getting the Council we need for Pennant Hills

On 9 September, we go to the polls to elect our Council representatives for the next four years. With the changes in ward boundaries...

PENNANT HILLS MASTER PLAN-SMELLING THE SERENITY!

Last month’s article I mentioned that Hornsby Council intends to “conduct an economic feasibility study to scope the scale of high rise development in...

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