Military Road Neutral Bay east/west

Public Domain Upgrade

 

Military Road, Neutral Bay East

(and see West below)

Council are presently out to tender for public domain upgrade works on Military Road in Neutral Bay East. Tenders close 28 January 2020 and if successful submissions are received, then Council plans to award the public domain upgrade works to the highest ranked tenderer at the February Council Meeting.

The upgrade works includes:

  • Paving upgrade

  • More garden beds

  • More seats and bins

  • More bicycle parking

Where are the works commencing?

The public domain upgrades works are show in red shading in the image below for between Waters Road and opposite Hampden Avenue (north side of Military Road) and Rangers Road and #209 (on the south side of Military Avenue).

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Military Road, Neutral Bay West

(and see East above)

Council are presently preparing designs and documentation to put out a tender for public domain upgrade works on Military Road in Neutral Bay West. Tenders are anticipated to be advertised to the public in February 2020. Pending the outcome of this works could commence as early as April 2020.

The upgrade works includes:

  • Paving upgrade

  • More garden beds

  • More seats and bins

  • More bicycle parking 

Where are the works commencing?

The public domain upgrades works are show in red shading in the image below from the Oaks to the traffic lights west of Young Street (north side of Military Road) and Watson Street and the traffic lights west of May Gibbs Plaza (on the south side of Military Avenue).

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 When will the works take place?

The works are planned to commence in March 2020 and be complete by early November/December 2020.  

Due to clearways and bus zones in several sections of the locations of the works, works will be undertaken as a combination of day-time works and night-time works.

Day-time works will take place from 10am to 7pm.

Night-time works will take place 9pm to 5am with saw cutting and jack hammering ceasing at 12am.

What disruption is expected?

Council will be working closely with the highest ranked tender to minimise disruption to residents and businesses.

We will endeavor to provide access to shops and businesses at all times, however, there will be some unavoidable disruptions to access, parking and pedestrian traffic.

We will also endeavor to minimise the noise from our works, but some construction activities will generate unavoidable noise.

A site compound for this works will be required and notification will be provided to those locally affected by the compound prior to installation.

 

Why are the works taking place?

The works are part of Council’s ongoing efforts to make the shopping and commercial strip more appealing as a shopping destination for residents and visitors.

 

Enquiries 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Council’s Project Manager Chris Stevens on 9936 8274 or chris.stevens@northsydney.nsw.gov.au

All reasonable efforts will be made to complete the works on schedule, subject to weather and ground conditions. We will notify if there are significant changes to the program.

Council appreciates your cooperation and understanding, and apologies in advance for any inconvenience that these necessary works may cause.

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