Exciting new spaces to live, play and work for Granville


The secret is out. Granville is the place to be. Due to its great transport links and its close vicinity to the Parramatta CBD, more and more people will be calling Granville home.

To improve Granville’s liveability, the NSW Government has awarded City of Parramatta $13 million to improve public spaces in Granville and rejuvenate it as a place to live, shop and do business. This grant is part of a wider program to revitalise public spaces along the Parramatta Road corridor.

The Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP) provides funding to Local Councils to develop open spaces and plazas, cycle paths, playing fields and streetscape improvements along the Parramatta Road Corridor.

Currently two key social infrastructure projects planned for Granville are:

·         North Granville Community Facilities Masterplan

·         Revitalising the streetscape and public domain at Good and Bridge Street

For further information about the PRUAIP program visit the Department of Planning and Environment.


North Granville image courtesy of the Greater Sydney Commission. 

Last updated: 9 May 2019

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