Proposed Road Renaming – JAMES GRIEVE Avenue, KELLYVILLE

Submissions Close 09 February 2016

PUBLIC NOTICE

PROPOSED ROAD RENAMING – JAMES GRIEVE AVENUE, KELLYVILLE

The Hills Shire Council proposes to rename the public road named GRIEVE AVENUE to JAMES GRIEVE AVENUE. The proposal seeks to alleviate the concerns of residents with the word ‘grieve’ phonetically not being appropriate and maintain the original intent of recognising past local residents who have made a contribution to The Hills Shire.

The section of road commences from the intersection with Fairway Drive and ends at the intersection with the future road of Rosetta Crescent.

The name GRIEVE is derived from a Kellyville farm labourer and former resident who is identified on the World War I Honour Roll of 1914-1918 as being Private James Turnbull Grieve. Private Grieve of the Australian Imperial Force, 18th Battalion, A Company and Service Number 228, was killed in action at Gallipoli on 27 August 1915. He is commemorated at the Gallipoli Lone Pine Memorial, Panel Number 61.

A plan is available for viewing on this page.

Feedback is sought from members of the community within 15 working days of the date of this notice (closing date 9 February 2016). Contact Council’s Land, Spatial & Planning Information Section on (02) 9843 0555 or email: council@thehills.nsw.gov.au