Oxford Street Stakeholders Hub
This is a space for businesses and organisations on and around Oxford Street to access local news and events, as well as reports from consultation activities. You can also send us information to share as we work together to build on opportunities and address challenges facing the street.
Fill out the form to share your contact details and a bit about your organisation - we will add in to the Contacts List in the Library and your website to our Key Links.
Thank you to those people who attended the Oxford Street stakeholders workshop on Wednesday 17 October at the Adina on Crown, with a focus on determining a shared vision and moving from ideas to action. A report from the workshop is now available.
Contact Business Precinct Coordinator Allister Brockley at email@example.com or phone 0467 770 513.
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Owners or tenants of properties located on Oxford Street may be eligible for a matched funding grant for the purposes of improving their shopfronts in order to enhance the visual presentation of the village precinct.
The matched cash contribution may cover costs including, but not limited to: removal of roller shutters; making good the structure and finishes around shutter cavity; replacement of an approved security device or alarm system; laminating or double glazing; removal of unused signs; security lighting; applications of anti-graffiti treatments; shopfront painting; fixed display shelves within the window frame and repairs to the under awning.
Applications are accepted on an ad hoc basis. All applicants must have spoken with the Business Precinct Coordinator before submission of an application to the Program. Applications can then be made in writing to the City.
This program is NOW OPEN.
For further details: www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/shopfront
Contact - Allister Brockley - Business Precicnt Coordinator - 9265 9333
by COS Oxford St Project Manager 16 Jan 2013, 12:53pm
The City of Sydney's Research, Strategy and Corporate Planning team have compiled comprehensive information on the Oxford Street retail area. The entire report is now available to view at your convienience.
Just click HERE
by COS Oxford St Project Manager 23 Jan 2013, 10:35am
Road maintenance between County Ave and Queen Street Paddington commenced last night and will continue throught to Friday May 3rd.Work will be done at night between 8pm and 5am Sundays through to Thursdays to minimise traffic impacts.
Due to the works there will be changes to street parking as traffic will use the parking lane (whole width of the road if needed). Traffic controllers will ensure cars are not parked from 10am (in the Citybound) and 7pm (in the eastbound) bus lanes on Oxford Street in certain sections each day during the work.
During this work please follow the signs, including reduced speed limits, and follow the direction of traffic controllers. Some delays are expected due to the changed conditions.
More detailed information about the project is available at www.rms.gov.au/roadprojects and follow the links to the Oxford Street page.
by COS Oxford St Project Manager 12 Apr 2013, 11:09am
Foley Street will be closed to traffic this Friday night when the City of Sydney throws a giant street party to celebrate the launch of a spectacular new mural lining the laneway's walls.
WE ARE HERE is a 15 metre high, 75 metre long mural presented by a collective of renowned Australian street artists, illustrators and photographers.
The mural depicts some of the City's most significant people and events using a colourful mixture of paint, collage, drawing, paste-ups, stencils and photography.
The launch, which will also feature food trucks, a DJ and pop-up bar, is part of Art Month's annual East Sydney and Darlinghurst precinct night.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore will officially launch the mural alongside Art Month Sydney Directors Penelope Benton and Alexandra Clapman, the mural's curator Juliet Rosser, and artists Sarah Howell, Dylan Demarchi, The Dirt, Gui Andrade and byrd.
When: Friday 22nd March 2013
Time: 6pm - 10pm (pop-up bar and DJ from 8pm)
Where: Foley Street Darlinghurst (between Palmer and Crown Streets)
by COS Oxford St Project Manager 14 Mar 2013, 2:26pm
A big thank you to the 50+ businesses who volunteered to display Christmas Decals this year on Oxford Street. The project couldn't have happened without you guys as well as the kind support from the 2010 Business Partnership and the Paddington Business Partnership. Happy Christmas.
by COS Oxford St Project Manager 14 Dec 2012, 3:05pm
On Monday 14th December, City of Sydney approved plans to paint the gay pride rainbow flag on Oxford Street. Crossings at Taylor Square and Whitlam Square will be awash with the vibrant colours in time for the 35th anniversary of Mardi Gras.
Here is an artists impressions of how the project could look:
by COS Oxford St Project Manager 14 Dec 2012, 2:36pm
Mardi Gras and Main Drag 2013
Mardi Gras is keen to engage with you on branding to get shoppers through the door as part of the Mardi Gras season. Eddie Roscoe at the City of Sydney is your contact (on 0467 770 513) on how to get your business involved lead up to the parade. For information on a range of Mardi Gras events click here.
The 2010 Business Partnership are in the throws of organising the annual 'Main Drag' - 23rd Fenruary 2013. Keep your eyes peeled for a range of happenings in and around Oxford Street which will experience increased visitiation to the area in the build up to the Main Parade. For more details visit the love2010 website by clicking here.
Paddo Pub Fest
Running from the 14th - 17th February, the Paddington Business Partnership are putting on a fantastic sequence of events that celebrate the uniqueness and excellence of some of Sydney's most well-known and historic watering holes. Venues involved include several on Oxford Street, Paddington For more details click here.
Oxford Street Traffic and Transport Workshop
As traffic and transport are key issues for you, we will be hosting a meeting in the new year to progress these important issues. We’ll be in touch with you as soon as we have locked down a meeting date and time.
You might be aware that we’ve had some success in reducing the clearway start time on Oxford Street, with the clearway to commence at 4pm, instead of 3pm from December 3rd, 2012. A notification letter from Transport for NSW is available in the Library regarding this change.
by Project Coordinator 19 Nov 2012, 4:10pm
The historic Taylor Square substation could be transformed into a café, shop or art gallery, under a City of Sydney program to reactivate the landmark building.
The City is currently drafting plans to find suitable tenants for the heritage-listed Substation No. 6 dormant since being decommissioned in 1993 located on the northern side of Taylor Square.read more
by Project Coordinator 5 Sep 2012, 2:33pm
Fill out Your Contact Details and we will add your details to our Oxford Street Contact Register. This will be updated twice a week in our online library for forum members to access.
by Project Coordinator 5 Sep 2012, 9:31am