Projects

Holyman Street Footpath Renewal

The footpath has compliance issues and requires renewal. The footpath is in high walkability area.  The project can be undertaken in conjunction with pavement renewal which will provide cost savings

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Holyman Street Renewal

Project Name:                     Holyman Street Renewal Proposed Status:                Construct in 2019-20 Previous Status:                  No change Proposed Budget:              $400,000 Project Objective:              Asset renewal …

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Kelcey Tier Road – Pipe Extension and Headwall

Project Name:                     Kelcey Tier Road – Pipe Extension and Headwall Proposed Status:                Construct in 2019-20 Previous Status:                  No change Proposed Budget:              $20,000 Project …

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Lovett Street Pedestrian Facilities – Tasman Street to Lawrence Drive

Provide safe crossing points for pedestrians crossing at Lovett Street. Lovett Street is a wide street with no defined crossing points for pedestrians.  Around 2,800 vehicles travel on Lovett Street daily, with around 50% of these exceeding the 50km/h speed limit.

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Lovett Street Soccer Ground – Ground Renovation

The increased demands on the playing surface, including fixtures in the FFA Cup, require the ground to be available as often as possible.  A key aspect is to ensure the ground drains quickly as this prevents damage during games and training

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Lower Madden Street Renewal – Montague to North Fenton Streets

The pavement and seal assets are in poor condition and asset is deteriorating.

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Madden Street stormwater renewal – Aylett Avenue to Gunn Street

This project involves the replacement of around 80m of stormwater pipe in Madden Street. The pipe was identified as being in very poor condition during a CCTV inspection. There are multiple failures and full renewal is the best option, which also allows the size of the pipe to be increased to suit the current flows.

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Mary Binks Wetlands – Path Upgrade (Stage 1)

The newly renamed Mary Binks Wetlands is a linking path between Mary Street and Caroline Streets, East Devonport, and is used as a route to the Recreation Centre and Girdlestone Park. The path is used by residents of the aged care centre next door and by parents pushing prams and is a popular area for viewing fauna and flora. The existing path is made up of compacted gravel and boardwalks.

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Mersey Bluff – Barbecue Renewal

Replacement of ageing barbecues.  Project scope: Replace 3 barbecues at the Bluff Plaza as the existing ones have over time buckled and no longer produce an even cooking surface.

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Mersey Bluff – Barbecue Renewal

Project Name:                     Mersey Bluff – Barbecue Renewal Proposed Status:                Replacement in 2019/20 Previous Status:                  Deferred from 2018/19 Proposed Budget:              $20,000 Project objective: …

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