Holders of Church Point Commuter Wharf permits have received an invitation from Northern Beaches Council to take part in what is described as a “preliminary
survey” of those using the wharf. Council says it is planning to investigate options to address peak-hour overcrowding at Commuter.
Council “will engage an external consultant to carry out the feasibility study”. Potential options are to extend the current wharf or provide a second
wharf in the vicinity.
The current permit holders were asked to complete the initial survey by March 7 “to help us understand the challenges Church Point Commuter Wharf users
are experiencing and possible solutions”. It was stressed that this is a preliminary survey and that there would be further opportunities for engagement
once the feasibility study starts.