Sienna Gardens open space upgrade

Consultation has concluded

Council would like to thank the community for their time and input during the consultation process. As a result, detailed designs are finalised, a tender process has been undertaken, and a contractor is appointed. The final plans are available in the document’s library on the right-hand side of this page.

The works program for the project will enable the facilities to be ready for community use in August 2019.

Should there be any change to this program as a result of unavoidable circumstances (eg prolonged or extreme bad weather, equipment delivery delays) updates will be posted. In more detail:

Timeframes

18 February - Scheduled contract commencement

May – Park equipment installation complete

July – Landscaping and tree planting (parks and street trees) complete.

If you would like to make a comment on this project, please email siva.sivakumar@penrith.city

What are we doing?

Sienna Gardens is a new and exciting residential community in Penrith City. Funding from Claremont Meadows Section 94 Development Contributions Plan has allowed Council to construct two new play and recreation facilities, within Sienna Gardens. The project includes the development of a street tree masterplan.

The overall project has three components and the current scope of works proposed are as follows:

Caddens Road Park (south eastern corner) - a half basketball/netball court, bike racks, climbing frame, pod swing, flying fox, seating/benches, bin, one bubbler, two picnic shelters and shade structures.

South Western Neighbourhood Park – Bike racks, bin, seating/benches, one bubbler, shade structures, one picnic shelter, multi-play equipment.

Street tree planting in the below streets:

  • Buttercup Street
  • Caddens Road
  • Cherrywood Street
  • Evergreen Street
  • Pandorea Street
  • Raintree Street
  • Redgum Street
  • Silkwood Avenue
  • Watercress Street and
  • White Cedar Avenue.

Why are we providing these facilities?

Council is committed to providing residents with quality active recreation spaces that offer a place to unwind, a place to meet and a place to take part in community life. These new play and recreation facilities encourage us to be active, and an active city is a healthy city.

Follow this project page to stay up to date with our progress...


Council would like to thank the community for their time and input during the consultation process. As a result, detailed designs are finalised, a tender process has been undertaken, and a contractor is appointed. The final plans are available in the document’s library on the right-hand side of this page.

The works program for the project will enable the facilities to be ready for community use in August 2019.

Should there be any change to this program as a result of unavoidable circumstances (eg prolonged or extreme bad weather, equipment delivery delays) updates will be posted. In more detail:

Timeframes

18 February - Scheduled contract commencement

May – Park equipment installation complete

July – Landscaping and tree planting (parks and street trees) complete.

If you would like to make a comment on this project, please email siva.sivakumar@penrith.city

What are we doing?

Sienna Gardens is a new and exciting residential community in Penrith City. Funding from Claremont Meadows Section 94 Development Contributions Plan has allowed Council to construct two new play and recreation facilities, within Sienna Gardens. The project includes the development of a street tree masterplan.

The overall project has three components and the current scope of works proposed are as follows:

Caddens Road Park (south eastern corner) - a half basketball/netball court, bike racks, climbing frame, pod swing, flying fox, seating/benches, bin, one bubbler, two picnic shelters and shade structures.

South Western Neighbourhood Park – Bike racks, bin, seating/benches, one bubbler, shade structures, one picnic shelter, multi-play equipment.

Street tree planting in the below streets:

  • Buttercup Street
  • Caddens Road
  • Cherrywood Street
  • Evergreen Street
  • Pandorea Street
  • Raintree Street
  • Redgum Street
  • Silkwood Avenue
  • Watercress Street and
  • White Cedar Avenue.

Why are we providing these facilities?

Council is committed to providing residents with quality active recreation spaces that offer a place to unwind, a place to meet and a place to take part in community life. These new play and recreation facilities encourage us to be active, and an active city is a healthy city.

Follow this project page to stay up to date with our progress...