In June 2021, City of Ryde asked you about the current and future use of three open space corridors, known as 'Green Links'. 

In response to the Greater Sydney Commission's North District Plan, City of Ryde's Local Strategic Planning Statement and based on your feedback, we have created a Green Links draft Masterplan for the County, Shrimptons Creek and Terrys Creek corridors. 

Flagship Communications is collecting community feedback on behalf of the City of Ryde to inform the draft Green Links Masterplan. We would like to hear your feedback on the Green Links draft Masterplan.

The survey will take approximately 7 mins to complete and will be available until Sunday 13 February 2022.

What is a Green Link?
A 'Green Link' is a linear open space corridor, typically used for recreation and/or active transport (e.g. walking, running, riding) and may sometimes include connectivity with other forms of green transport (e.g. public transport). As the term implies, it is typically a ‘green’ or vegetated corridor.

To read more about each of the three corridors and the draft Green Links Masterplan, please click here.

Please note: information and/or feedback provided to Council in correspondence (including responses to forms and surveys) may be made publicly available, in accordance with the Government Information Public Access Act (GIPA Act) 2009.