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Longueville Road upgrades

Free pavers – own a piece of Longueville Rd!

This is your chance to pick up some free pavers and own a piece of Longueville Rd, Lane Cove. We’re replacing the pavers on Longueville Rd as part of a streetscape upgrade and we’re offering the old pavers free to Lane Cove Council residents and businesses – either pick up or free delivery. 

They’re in good condition and would be perfect for an outdoor entertaining area or any other projects around your home or business. They’re 230mm x 110mm x 40mm in earthy tones.

Email us ( service@lanecove.nsw.gov.au ) with the subject heading “pavers – Longueville Rd”, including the below details 
• Your Name
• Phone Number
• Email
• Home/business address in Lane Cove
• Required square meters
• Whether you want to pick up from Blackman Park or your delivery address



October 1

We're upgrading the streetscape in Longueville Road, starting this month (October). It will include new flexible outdoor dining options, parklets and seating. The new paving will match that in the Plaza. Some sections of parking on the eastern side will seamlessly change from parking to outdoor dining to public seating/park areas and back again. It will improve the streetscape for pedestrians and businesses and provide a fresh new look. 

Our contractor will complete the work in stages so that only smaller segments of paving are replaced at any one time. The first area to be repaved is Birdwood Avenue between Birdwood Lane and Longueville Road. We'll maintain access to businesses during the works and make sure that the community is aware that the area remains 'open for business'. 

In summary: 

  • Shared Spaces - Longueville Road.jpgWorks will commence on Birdwood Avenue and once this section is completed, it will progress to the Lane Cove Library to take advantage of the reduction of foot traffic during September school holidays

  • In October, works will begin near Central Avenue before being staged along Longueville Road

  • Businesses can nominate timeframes that are most convenient, otherwise they will receive notification of the works approaching their business about 7 days before the works begin.

  • In areas where there are underground services (water, electric etc) the works may take more time – businesses in those areas will be notified

  • Signage will provide regular updates and will help promote the area as open for business

We'll update this webpage as the project progresses. If you have any questions, contact (02) 9911 3555 to speak with our Open Space & Urban Service Team.

Part of this project is funded by the ‘Streets as Shared Spaces’ project, an initiative of the NSW Government.