Liverpool City Centre Streetscape Upgrade

Council is upgrading Macquarie Street, Railway Street and Scott Street


Council is committed to improving where we live, work and play and has secured NSW Government funding to upgrade Macquarie, Railway and Scott Streets, in Liverpool City Centre.

Upgrades to the three streets will take place in sections until 2026, so there will be work taking place in the city centre during that time. Work will mainly take place at night to minimise disruption to businesses and community. We will endeavour to avoid working on the streets when major city events are happening, but there will be disruption at times.

Share your feedback on Macquarie Street by taking our online survey.

The work will include:

  • Protecting existing trees
  • Laying bluestone kerb and gutter stone
  • Improving the pedestrian surfaces with exfoliated granite pavers
  • Upgrading pedestrian crossings
  • Pavement reconstruction
  • Upgrading existing shade canopy
  • Improving landscaping and vegetation
  • Lighting upgrade including pole and new decorative lighting
  • New street furniture including benches, bike racks, bins and a drinking fountain

The first phase of work will take place in Macquarie Street (between Scott and Moore Streets) between April and October 2024.

Take our online survey to help us see the true benefit of this important redevelopment.

See our Frequently Asked Questions

See our Master Plan

See our Macquarie Street Diagram

Funding the upgrades

The $28.4m Streetscape projects are proudly funded by the NSW Government's Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program in association with Liverpool City Council.

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