Ridge Street

Council’s Contractor, Ezypave will soon be commencing planned path upgrade construction works on Ridge Street, North Sydney.

The construction area is highlighted in yellow and is due to commence on Monday 25 May for a duration of 5 Weeks (weather and other factors permitting).




What works will be taking place?

The proposed works will include new footpath, Cycle path, stormwater drainage works, asphalt shared footpaths, concrete kerb ramps and kerb and gutters, signage and linemarking works.

During what hours will the works take place?

The works have been scheduled to take place between 7:00am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday and 8:00 –1:00pm on Saturdays. In the unavoidable event of night-time works being required, notifications will be provided prior to the commencement of any night-time works.

What disruption is expected?

Council and Ezypave will be working closely to minimise disruption to the local community within the constraints of the worksite. However, there will be some unavoidable disruptions to access, parking and pedestrian traffic. Some construction activities will also generate noise.

All vehicles must be removed from the work site area, to ensure that no delays to the works are caused. Vehicles left parked in the works area may be towed away to allow work to proceed.

Where you can get more information?

If you have any questions regarding the works being undertaken please contact Ezypave’s Project Manager Hussein Haydar on 0450 800 603 or alternatively contact Council’s Engineering Project Manager Robert Esdaile on 9936 8278 or Robert.esdaile@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 and Ezypave appreciate your cooperation and understanding and apologies in advance for any inconvenience that these necessary works may cause.


Yours faithfully,

Robert Esdaile

Engineering Project Manager

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