The names of the Inglis family as well as former jockeys and stable owners will inform the naming of a new park and streets within the Newmarket development in Randwick, Mayor Kathy Neilson announced.

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New park and street names for Newmarket Development

Published Date
21/03/2019
News Topic
Planning & Development
Newmarket sign

The names of the Inglis family as well as former jockeys and stable owners will inform the naming of a new park and streets within the Newmarket development in Randwick, Mayor Kathy Neilson announced.

The names which reflect the historical uses and ownership of the site, will now be submitted to the Geographical Names Board for approval.

The proposed 5000sqm public green space, which will incorporate several significant trees as well as the former sales ring, will be named after the Inglis family who leased the Newmarket Stables from 1906.

The Inglis family leased the Newmarket Stables from 1906 and played a vital role in Australian racing history. Inglis and Sons operated for 112 years at this site.

In addition, the following street names have been proposed:

Written submissions on the proposed names may be made before 15 April 2019, to:
General Manager
Randwick City Council
30 Frances Street
RANDWICK NSW 2031

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