kangy angy






Praise all round as trees saved

Transport for NSW has announced that the section of road connecting Orchard Rd to its New Intercity Fleet rail maintenance facility site at Kangy Angy, is proposed to be re-classified…


Could Kangy Angy happen near you?

The residents of Kangy Angy saved a stand of trees on Orchard Road but Tony Caldersmith explains how a quiet semi-rural neighbourhood became the site for a major industrial facility….




Council has no power over Kangy Angy works

Central Coast Council called on the State Government to pause works and consult with residents over amended plans for the Rail Maintenance Facility at Kangy Angy, which has resulted in…



Orchard Road trees will not be removed for now

Mr Murray Harris, Transport for NSW’s Project Director of the New Intercity Fleet, told the Environmental Defender’s Office that “as a goodwill gesture” TfNSW will not remove any trees from…






Kangy Angy is a problematic choice

[Forum] I am an aesthete, and I regularly view the site of the proposed rail facility at Kangy Angy when commuting via the railway there. Following on from previous articles…


Key questions remain unanswered

Why would Transport for NSW opt to develop a site zoned E2 and E3 (rural and protected), when an alternative site zoned industrial is available? Why would Transport choose a…