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Naming proposal

Newcastle Light Rail Stops

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1966

PURSUANT to the provisions of Section 8 of the Geographical Names Act 1966, the Geographical Names Board hereby notifies that it proposes to assign the following light rail stop names in the Newcastle LGA:

Newcastle Interchange Light Rail Stop located within the Newcastle Interchange precinct and is on the corner of Stewart Avenue and Beresford Street.

Honeysuckle Light Rail Stop located adjacent to Kuwumi Place between Steel Street and Worth Place.

Civic Light Rail Stop located on Hunter Street between Auckland Street and Merewether Street.

Crown Street Light Rail Stop located on Hunter Street near the intersection of Crown Street.

Queens Wharf Light Rail Stop located on Scott Street near the intersection with Market Street.

Newcastle Beach Light Rail Stop located on Scott Street near the intersection with Pacific Street.

The position and extent for these features is recorded and shown within the Geographical Names Register of New South Wales.

The proposal can be viewed and submissions lodged on the Geographical Names Board website at www.gnb.nsw.gov.au from 6 July to 6 August 2018. Alternatively, email submissions may be lodged with the Secretary, Geographical Names Board, at ss-gnb@finance.nsw.gov.au or written submissions mailed to 346 Panorama Ave, Bathurst, NSW 2795.

In accordance with Section 9 of the Geographical Names Act 1966, all submissions lodged may be subject to a Government Information (Public Access) application and may be viewed by a third party to assist the Board in considering this proposal.

The full submission from Transport for NSW may be viewed at: https://revitalisingnewcastle.nsw.gov.au/assets/Publications/NewcastleLightRail-NamingReport-v1.7.pdf

 

Geographical Names Board
PO Box 143
BATHURST NSW 2795
Narelle Underwood
Chair

 

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