Construction of stage 6 is now completed and the park is open to the public. Works included:
- New play equipment including nature play elements
- New irrigated garden beds and additional tree planting
- New timber fence
- Activity tower and a climbing track
- Extended lawn area
- A Park furniture and seats
Works at Windsor Siding playground commenced on the 16 June. These works include:
- Removal of existing play equipment
- Installation of new play equipment including nature play
- elements, activity tower, climbing track and swings
- New Fence
- New irrigated garden beds and additional tree planting
- The Contractor’s working hours are between 7am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 8am and 5pm Saturdays, if required.
Appropriate traffic and pedestrian management will be established by the Contractor. In order to maintain public safety, we ask residents to adhere to these requirements.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation during these works, which will ultimately provide a much improved facility for the local community.
For questions relating to the concept plan, please contact Council’s project manager, Targol Khorram on 8290 2058 or email Council’s urban design team email@example.com
Council is continuing to improve Windsor Siding Reserve, Windsor. Construction of stages 5 created a new plaza space with BBQ and seating in front of the childcare centre, improved connection from Union Street and increased open space and greenery. The sports court has a new acrylic surface with graphic overlay that suits the local context and encourages informal and formal play. Along with these facilities, Council has also installed CCTV cameras to improve the safety of the park.
The next stage of the masterplan construction, stage 6, proposes upgrades to the existing playground. Works include; more greenery, garden beds and tree planting, more seating, new playground equipment including; nature play elements, activity tower, climbing track and swings.
Please see concept plan for stage 6 works.
Construction works are proposed to commence early-2020. A site notice will be installed in the park with images of the proposed playground equipment in January 2020.
For questions relating to the concept plan, please contact Council’s urban design team 8290 2058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Council are continuing to improve Windsor Siding Reserve, Windsor.
Construction of stage 5 is now completed and the park is open to the public. Works included:
- extended lawn area
- path connections to Union Street
- new lighting
- new seating and park furniture
- native trees and garden bed planting
- new BBQ
- new boom gate
Next stages of the masterplan delivery will see improvements to the playground and a DDA compliant path to Windsor railway station.
Previously completed works include a larger central lawn area, new park lighting, new paths, a new shelter with BBQ facilities, more trees an upgraded BMX track and a new connection from Peel Street.
Along with these new facilities, Council has also installed CCTV cameras to improve the safety of the park.
The next stage of the masterplan includes an extended lawn area, final path connections to Union Street, new lighting, native trees and garden beds, seating and an upgrade to the existing BBQ.
Construction is expected to commence mid-2019.
Construction of Stage Three was completed in January 2019, with the fences coming down in February. The upgrade included:
· Extended lawn area,
· New concrete pathway to connect Peel Street to the Park
· New pedestrian lighting
· New garden beds, tree planting and park furniture
We hope you enjoy your upgraded park!
Next stage of works is programmed to be delivered in 2019/20.
Thank you for providing feedback on proposed concept plan for Windsor Siding stage 3 in June 2018.
Please see the revised concept plan HERE which incorporates comments and feedback received from the community.
What has changed:
- Increased native planting and garden beds
- Increased Australian native trees within the lawn area to encourage and support bird life
- BBQ to be retained
- Expanded garden beds and planting along the edge of the park to Peel Street to provide a barrier between park and Peel Street
- Removal of the 1m wide gravel path along Alpha place
What has not changed:
Council acknowledges that we received mixed comments about the proposed concrete path, while some residents were in favour of having gravel path the others were supportive of concrete. Considering that this path will serve as a primary entrance to Windsor Siding from Peel Street and in line with Council’s commitment to provide access for all abilities, a concrete path will be installed. This path will perform better in all weathers and the material will match with the other paths within the park.
The concept plan proposes to maintain all the existing trees.
Construction of stage 3 is proposed to commence in the coming months, Council will notify residents and park users prior to construction.
If you questions please contact Council’s urban design team by phone on 8290 2058 or send an email to email@example.com
Development of the Windsor Siding Masterplan underwent an extensive community engagement program in 2015. Since then Council has delivered many park assets for the local community. These include a larger central lawn area, new park lighting, new paths, a new shelter with BBQ facilities more trees and a BMX track. Along with these facilities, Council have also installed CCTV cameras to improve the safety of the park.
Delivering on Council’s commitment to increase public open space, Council purchased property 129 Peel Street, Windsor which along with the Will Sampson Centre has recently been demolished to provide better connections into the park and increase open space and greenery.
You may have noticed temporary landscaping of these spaces over last few weeks. Council is proposing to formalise the design in line with the attached concept plan. The concept plan(External link) proposes to maintain the existing trees and includes an extended lawn area, 2 meter pathway to connect Peel Street to the Park, extra lighting, more trees and seating similar to existing treatment.
If you have comments or questions please contact Council’s urban design team by phone on 8290 2058 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org(External link)
Drop in session:
Council will be hosting a drop in session in the Windsor Siding from 5PM until 6PM, Wednesday 27 June to discuss the concept plan in more detail.
We are creating open space for a more liveable future.
Recent works at Windsor Siding Park include:
- Demolition of Will Sampson Centre and 129 peel Street
- Removing understory planting to improve sight lines
- Upgrading CCTV surveillance
For further information, call Council’s Urban Design Department on
8290 2059 or email urban design
The City of Stonnington invites you to celebrate the new
improvements to the park with an official opening of the Windsor Siding
SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER
11AM TO 1PM