Six projects confirmed to complete missing links

Posted 2 months ago

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Work has begun on completing missing infrastructure links across the Camden area, with construction underway at one location and designs completed at another five.

The projects involve the construction of footpaths in missing sections as well as crossings and shared paths to further enhance community facilities.

They will include:

  • Bates Reserve, Elderslie – construction already started on shared path including tree planting and turfing;
  • Springs Road, Spring Farm – construction of footpaths in missing sections, crossings, construction of bus shelters, street planting, turfing and roundabout landscaping;
  • Lodges Road, Elderslie – construction of shared path, crossings in median islands, construction on bus shelters, street planting, turfing and footpath in missing sections;
  • Liz Kernohan Drive, Elderslie – construction of footpath, shared path, street planting and turfing;
  • Downes Reserve, Currans Hill – construction of shared path, tree planting, turfing and bollard placement; and
  • Throsby Reserve, Currans Hill – construction of footpath.

Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, said the projects would provide improved access for the community.

“These projects are of great benefit to residents as we continue to build fantastic community facilities throughout the Camden area,” Cr Fedeli said.

“Completing these projects will ensure Council continues to deliver for the community and allow many residents to safely walk through their local streets.

“The works go a long way in improving local links for our community and supporting population growth.”

The majority of the above works are expected to be completed by the end of 2020, subject to weather and contractor program.

 

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