HCCDC keeps the community informed about projects and initiatives through a range of communications, including working closely with the media.
Community ideas have emerged as bold and ambitious project objectives for the future transformation of Honeysuckle lands, with HCCDC today releasing the Honeysuckle Ideas community engagement Outcomes Report.
HCCDC has completed $12 million in infrastructure upgrades to the western end of Honeysuckle Drive, significantly enhancing traffic flow, beautifying the streetscape and improving safety for all users.
The $10 million Leagues Club Park including a tidal terrace, nature-inspired play equipment and quality green space in Gosford was officially opened today by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes.
HCCDC has announced plans to undertake repair works to the Wickham School of Arts building in Honeysuckle as it progresses with planning for the precinct’s final transformation.
The NSW Government’s $6 million landscaping project at the former Newcastle Railway Station has been unveiled as The Station Piazza - a quality community space that celebrates and enhances the site’s significant heritage.
Another quality public space on the waterfront will soon be a reality in the ever-evolving Honeysuckle Precinct, with the Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) today commencing construction on the next two hectares of public domain.
Large timber poles decorated with traditional Aboriginal art have now been installed at Leagues Club Field, which are the first of many cultural elements included in the park’s transformation.
HCCDC is today launching a community engagement program to seek community ideas on key outcomes for the final development lands remaining in Honeysuckle.
HCCDC has completed a major seawall project in Honeysuckle, replacing decades-old maritime infrastructure to pave the way for enviable waterfront promenades.
Infrastructure works have commenced at Mount Penang Parklands, with the NSW Government laying the foundation for a thriving business precinct.
Millions of dollars will flood into the Hunter region with the NSW Government today announcing Costco Wholesale Australia and Green Capital Group as part of the transformation of the Cockle Creek precinct in Lake Macquarie, in line with the NSW Government’s COVID Recovery Plan.
An exciting tourism offering dedicated to Hunter food, wine and exceptional experience will become a mainstay in the heart of Honeysuckle, with HCCDC awarding a 50-year lease to Hope Estate to deliver something truly distinctive at The Wharf building.
The Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation is pleased to announce that the City of Newcastle has been awarded the tender to transform the Rail Bridge Row site on Hunter Street.
Landscaping works around The Station are moving full steam ahead, with works beginning next week. Member of the Legislative Council Taylor Martin said these works will transform The Station precinct into a fantastic outdoor space for the community to enjoy.
The western end of Honeysuckle Drive will be under construction in March, as HCCDC commences works to straighten, rebuild and improve access to the precinct.