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Council Works Update

Current and soon to be commenced Council works and projects as at 1 November 2021:

Pembroke Park Stadium – Works are progressing well. Electrical and plumbing continues, plastering is well underway and window installation has commenced.

Sorell Skate Park – Improvements to the Skate Park are complete. The fence has been removed and the park is able to be used. Additional work will be carried out in the coming weeks. 

First Avenue and Jetty Road, Dodges Ferry – New footpath down the eastern side of First Avenue, and along the northern side of Jetty Road is ongoing.

Main Road, Sorell – Pedestrian refuge on Main Road, near Forcett Street is ongoing.

Pembroke Park Cricket Nets – Work continues on the installation of two new cricket nets and extension of the existing nets.

Roadside Slashing and Spraying – Our Roadside Spraying and Roadside Slashing programs will shortly commence, weather dependent. The work started from the Brinktop Road area and is progressing its way through our Municipality and is expected to be finalised around Christmas time. 

Dodges Ferry Carlton Loop – Works are well underway. The gravel footpath from Carlton Beach Surf Life Saving Club to Moomere Street will commence shortly. Renewal of the Asphalt footpath section between the Carlton Beach Road/Carlton River Road Intersection and Carlton has commenced.

Lewisham Boat Ramp Toilet – Preliminary design work is underway.

Kannah Street – Stormwater pits and pipes will soon be constructed.

Attunga Drive, Sorell – Footpath renewal works are expected to commence shortly.

Pennington Drive/Dubs & Co/Station Lane – Construction of pedestrian refuges and kerb ramps is expected to commence shortly.

Recently completed/ongoing works:

Footpath on Carlton Beach Road near Tenth Avenue

 

 Sorell Skate Park upgrade

 

Pembroke Park Stadium Complex

 

Pembroke Park Stadium Complex

 

Construction of new pedestrian islands, concrete kerb and footpath from Junction Street intersection to Boat Park Car Park

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

Communications, 04/12/2019