Toorak Village is getting a facelift
We want your help to upgrade the Toorak Road pedestrian areas, between Grange Road and Wallace Avenue (see map below), with new footpaths, street furniture, decorative lighting and landscaping.
To help us develop a draft concept, we first want to understand what is important to the people who know the area best – what you think of the area now, what you think should change and what should be retained?
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Have your say on Toorak Village draft streetscape design
Earlier this year we asked the community to share with us what makes Toorak Village special to them, and what we can do to improve the pedestrian areas and make it even better.
What we heard is that people love the area’s heritage architecture, sculptures and friendly atmosphere, but would like to see lots more shade trees and greenery, plus more seating, better lighting and more space for outdoor dining.
The feedback we received helped us develop a draft concept plan that introduces improvements with materials and a colour palette to complement the existing heritage qualities - including new paved footpaths, attractive street furniture, upgraded lighting and plenty of shade trees and landscaping.
Before we finalise the design we would like to hear what you think. Did we get it right? Is there something we missed?
How to have your say
View the Draft Concept Design and provide your feedback in the survey below by 11pm Sunday 19June 2022.
We also invite the community to attend an in person drop in session on Thursday 16 June 1-4pm in Toorak Village (find us under the Stonnington banners), to share your thoughts and ideas directly with the engagement team.
At the close of consultation, all feedback will be considered and used to inform the final design. The final design will then be presented to Council for adoption later this year.