Construction update

Mack Civil, on behalf of Waverley Council, began construction works for the Glenayr Avenue Streetscape Upgrade in May 2022. Works are programmed to be completed in two major stages, with each stage being completed in smaller sub-stages as outlined below. There will be some overlap between sub-stages to help enable a smoother transition between construction activities.

Stage 1: Hall Street to Curlewis Street (May 2022 - September 2022)

  • Sub-Stage 1A: Hall Street to Roscoe Street (western side)
  • Sub-Stage 1B: Roscoe Street to Curlewis Street (western side)
  • Sub-Stage 1C: Hall Street to Roscoe Street (eastern side)
  • Sub-Stage 1D: Roscoe Street to Curlewis Street (eastern side)

Stage 2: Warners Avenue to Curlewis Street (September 2022 - early 2023)

  • Stage 2C: Glasgow Avenue to Warners Avenue (eastern side)
  • Stage 2B: Beach Road to Glasgow Avenue (eastern side)
  • Stage 2A: Curlewis Street to Beach Road (eastern side)
  • Stage 2E: Beach Road to Glenayr Lane (western side)
  • Stage 2D: Curlewis Street to Beach Road (western side)
  • Stage 2F: Glenayr Avenue road re-sheeting

Works to be undertaken

  • Demolition
  • Electrical works (night works)
  • Driveway, footpath, kerb and gutter reconstruction
  • Pedestrian Crossings & new signage installation
  • Segmental paving and landscaping
  • Multipurpose poles and lighting
  • Road re-sheeting

Background and project description

Council is upgrading Glenayr Avenue. Key features of the upgrade include:

  • Building raised continuous footpaths and intersection treatments
  • Renewing existing raised pedestrian crossings
  • Investigating improvements to existing bike route
  • Planting of additional trees and greenery
  • Installing high-quality paving in commercial areas
  • Improving stormwater drainage
  • Incorporating water sensitive urban design, like raingardens
  • Installing new multipurpose poles, with integrated signage, smart lighting and electric vehicle charging capabilities

The design was developed based on feedback from community consultations and several Council-endorsed strategies, including the Community Strategic Plan, Environmental Action Plan, Strategic Asset Management Plan, Our Liveable Places Centres Strategy, and People Movement and Places.

Our concept images, as well as supporting documents that provide more in-depth information about this project, have been included in the Document Library.

Have Your Say

The consultation period for this project has now closed. The consultation report is accessible via the Have Your Say Document Library.

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