The construction of a new park next to Kirrawee station has been pushed back until late this year.
Community consultation dates have also been revised.
A council spokeswoman said, "In mid-February, council advised landscaping and construction works were expected to be conducted onsite from July to September this year.
"This indicative timeframe was based on a preliminary scheduling for the 2021/22 program of works and community consultation, however as the program of work has been further developed, council advises works are now anticipated to commence in late 2021.
"The consultation period will also now be live from Friday March 26 to Friday April 23.
"Residents can keep up to date on the project timeline via Council's Join the Conversation platform."
A new council park being developed next to Kirrawee train station will include a bike and scooter path for young children, but no playground.
Work is due to start in July on the Oak Road property, which Sutherland Shire Council bought for $3 million in 2019 following community outrage over a proposal for a boarding house on the site.
The land has been cleared, grassed and fenced off, but no further work has been done.
A council spokesman said there had been an extensive community consultation process to give residents the opportunity to contribute to the design of the park.
"Landscaping and construction works are expected to be conducted onsite from July to September this year, including the installation of picnic and seating areas, a shade structure, fitness equipment and a walking path, based on community feedback," he said.
The spokesman said the concept plan was being finalised.
"This plan is set to include exercise equipment, extensive open spaces for both passive and active recreation, fixed seating and an undercover area, a bike and scooter exercise path suitable for use by small children and the potential for the inclusion of a shared cycle path bordering the site," he said.
"There are no plans to include fixed children's playground equipment in the current concept design.
"This decision is based on the input of local residents through community consultation to date, as well as council's commitment to deliver diverse recreational opportunities for local residents, given the close proximity to two nearby parks which feature children's play equipment.
"Additional community feedback will be sought on the concept plan.
"Community consultation to be conducted from Wednesday March 24 to Wednesday April 21 seeking naming suggestions for the park.
"Those interested in putting forward a suggestion are urged to visit www.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/jtc"
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