Completed projects

Raglan Street

Manly Council has upgraded Raglan Street from Belgrave Street (Pittwater Road) to North Steyne to create a spacious, pedestrian and bike friendly boulevard.

The project includes:

  • footpath widening;
  • upgrading the pedestrian refugee at the intersection of Raglan Street and North Steyne so people can cross more safely
  • new bike lanes in both directions and bike racks;
  • new kerbs, drainage and paving;
  • landscaping including public seating, street lighting and trees;
  • new street signs.

The upgrade will create a place that is pedestrian and bike friendly, and safe for the whole community to use.

Work on the upgrade began in April 2015 and was completed in December 2015. The design plans for this project are available here: pdf format Raglan Street upgrade design plans (5.59 MB)

Raglan Street

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Manly Plaza, Short Street

The Mayor of Manly, Jean Hay AM officially opened Manly Plaza, formerly known as Short Street Plaza, on Saturday 17 May 2014.

Since then, the newly renovated plaza has become home to community events such as the the Manly Fresh Produce Markets, twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays, and kids’ activities during school holidays.

The revitalisation of Short Street included new seating, paving, lighting, signs and bike racks. A large lawn provides a place for families to relax and enjoy the entertainment that now takes place in the Plaza.

The official opening with Mayor Hay

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The new lawn area in Manly Plaza

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Manly Fresh Produce Markets in Manly Plaza are on every Wednesday and Saturday

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