The revised plans for the new Thirroul Plaza, required after directions from Council on points of concern, have been placed on the WCC website. These will be on display via the link below to "View-an-application" (On the site, go to"DA-2020/363" Thirroul and access the "Additional Information" files for the latest updates).


The Council has stated the following:

“The information will be publicly available until the 30 September and submissions should be provided within that period. In terms of when the cut off of when we would no longer be able to be accept further comments/communications, that would be once Council's assessment is finalised and the report to the Southern Regional Planning Panel published. The timing of this is likely to be at least another couple of months. Any person who has lodged a submission or any comment with Council regarding the development throughout the assessment will be notified of the meeting.”

The DA still describes two levels of basement parking, one level of supermarket, shops and three levels of residential (82 apartments)  

Access to underground parking will be via King Steet.  There will probably be additional traffic lights at King Street, although there is discussion ongoing regarding the optimum traffic solution. .  

Below are some photos and links to plans and other documents.  More detail is available on the WCC website


"Save Thirroul Village" group

Further information on community action, which the TVC supports, regarding the Plaza proposal can be found at


Updated views of the proposed development


View: From Raymond Road intersection

Plaza 10

View: From McCauley Street, looking southwest.


View: From King Street


View: Looking up King Street

thirroul plaza 5

View: Interior of First Floor, looking southwest, Now proposed as "public access" during daylight hours


  • Below are the updated detailed PDF files, including those which have not been revised from the original.

Updated Floor Plans

Updated Elevation Views

Updated Economic Impact

Updated Noise Study

Environmental Effects

Updated Flood Study

Visual Impact

Updated Heritage Impact

Site Contamination Report

Updated Traffic

Below are copies of the minutes of the meetings that the developers held with Wollongong City Council.  This is normal process for a large development.



The following link relates to recent (June 2020) correspondence between Wollongong Council and Transport for NSW and the Council and the Plaza developers relating to requests for further information and potential alterations to the plans submitted by the developers:

Request from Council for additional Information June 2020.pdf 

Please see the minutes section of this website for the results of discussions on the Plaza.


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