Stormwater improvements 200 Steele St

Project Name:                     Stormwater improvements 200 Steele St

Proposed Status:               Construction in 2020/21

Previous Status:                 No change

Proposed Budget:              $58,000

Project Objective:              Asset upgrade

Project Justification:       Regular flooding to property 200 Steele St occurs during heavy rainfall due to surface runoff from the roadway. The stormwater capacity(underground pipes)in the Ronald Catchment does not meet Councils required 10% AEP capacity as confirmed by the hydraulic model, which leads to overland flow in the kerb and channel. The existing footpath upstream of 200 Steele St grades back towards private properties and since it is lower than the kerb and channel, overflow ends up being directed towards private properties.

Project Scope:                   The project involves the renewal of the footpath, addition of kerb to direct water, installation of a stormwater pit, kerb access ramp renewal and driveway reinstatements



Current Works & Projects

Bluff Headland – Handrail replacement and extension

The southern part of the path has a handrail, but a risk assessment has recommended that the handrail be extended to reduce the risk of falls. In addition, the existing handrail is approaching end of life and should be renewed at the same time.

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Current Works & Projects

298 Bellamy Road stormwater improvements

The project involves construction of new headwalls both upstream and downstream and extend the pipe downstream.

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Current Works & Projects

Mersey Main Road Stadium Crossing

Existing refuge island is inadequate to protect vulnerable road users as they attempt to cross busy Mersey Main Road against a peak traffic volume of 14,000 vehicle per day.

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