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Public Art Guide for Developers


The City of Ryde is committed to assisting local developers honour the well establish local character of the area while the urban environment changes and grows. A key part of acknowledging the past and celebrating the future together is creating vibrant public art that maintains and forges a strong sense of identify for the City.

This Guide is a working document for developers on how to provide for public art. This is important because public art has been included in various Development Control Plans (DCPs), a mechanism that requires part of the construction costs of a development to be allocated to public art.

The Public Art Planning Guide for Developers(PDF, 986KB) covers cost, planning, development and criteria.

Last updated on 29 June 2015