Blue St & Miller St
Council will be undertaking public domain upgrades on Blue Street and Miller Street and the surrounding areas.
The upgrades are a vital element of Council’s ongoing efforts to improve and revitalise the North Sydney CBD.
The work will comprise three stages and will include the installation of new granite paving and kerbs, new street furniture, new lighting, and upgraded drainage and landscaping.
Construction is expected to commence in October 2017 and will take around nine months to complete.
Council will be undertaking public domain upgrades at:
- Stage A: Miller St (between Pacific Hwy & Blue St).
- Stage B: Blue St (between Miller St & Pacific Hwy).
- Stage C: North Sydney Entrance Sculpture (Pacific Hwy & Blue St)
Notification of works 16 October 2017 (655KB) (limited night works)
The proposed works include the re-construction of the bus lay-by on Blue St, raised laneways and driveways, new high-quality granite paving and kerbs, new and improved seating arrangements, stone clad retaining walls, landscaping, installation of new and improved lighting, new drainage, paved service utility pit lids and other street furniture.
This upgrade project is a continuation of the recently completed works at Brett Whiteley Place, Berry Street and Walker Street and is a vital element of Council’s ongoing efforts to improve and revitalise the North Sydney CBD.
The design has been prepared in accordance with the materials detailed in Council’s Public Domain Style Manual.
Construction commenced 16 October 2017 for a duration of nine months.
Council will be working closely with local businesses and the community to minimise disruption as much as possible. At this stage it is anticipated to undertake the construction works during weekdays but due to heavy pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the area it may be necessary to undertake some of the work on weekends. There will be limited night-time work up to 10pm due to noise restrictions in the CBD.
For more information, contact Council’s Engineering Project Manager Shahid Rehman on tel: 9936 8100.