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$4.75 Million to Upgrade Hurstville Memorial Square

Member for Oatley, Mark Coure, alongside Georges River Councillors, Nancy Liu, Sam Elmir and Lou Konjarski welcomed Minister for Planning and Homes, Anthony Roberts to Hurstville where he officially announced a $4.75 million investment by the NSW Government to upgrade Hurstville Memorial Square

“Hurstville Memorial Square is the bustling heart of the Hurstville shopping precinct, and this investment will go a long way to refreshing and upgrading the area, transforming it into a modern, clean community space.” Mr Coure said.

“We know that attractive, well-designed urban hubs attract more customers and more businesses, helping to grow our local economy and town centres.”

“Accessible, green, innovative and multipurpose open space is key to the liveability of Hurstville and the future of our local economy.”

Georges River Councillor, Nancy Liu said, “The rejuvenation and revitalisation of Hurstville has been a priority of mine since being elected to council, and I am incredibly grateful that the State Government is delivering and funding this wonderful project.”

Georges River Councillor, Sam Elmir said, “This is a great result working to revitalise the Hurstville town centre which is in desperate need of more work.”

The upgrade of Memorial Square is slated to be completed by mid-2023.