Ismay Reserve Opens

Ismay Reserved was officially opened on Saturday 28th September with a community picnic. The project is part of the WestConnex M4 Legacy Project, which aims to provide improved open space and better connections for the Strathfield, City of Canada Bay and Inner West Council communities.

Glascott transformed existing unused vegetation corridor and a former brick pit site, adjacent to the new M4 East in Homebush, into vibrant new open and public space.


Glascott’s have worked fon WestConnex projects for over four years, delivering extensive landscaping adjacent to the motorway corridor, around local roads and surrounding public spaces. We’re proud to deliver these projects that provider greener and more connected communities.

The new linear park hosts sports courts, fitness stations, play equipment, passive recreation including expansive turfed areas, seating with picnic tables and shared pathways throughout providing access across the communities.

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