Council’s 4-year capital works budget released

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Central Coast Council has announced its four-year capital works budget, adopted at the June 29 meeting, with around $58.5M earmarked to be spent on Peninsula projects between now and 2025.

Here is a summary of some of the major projects planned over the next four years.

Blackwall

Seawall works at the Rip Road Reserve will cost a total of $640,000 and embankment stabilisation along Mount Ettalong Rd will be completed for $75,000.

Daleys Point

Pump station remediation will be carried out at a cost of $781,000.

Empire Bay

Sewer easement access works will be completed for $150,000 and work on the Cockle Bay Towns Sewerage Project will be undertaken for $10,000.

Ettalong

In the Ettalong town centre, kerb and ramp upgrades will be carried out at a cost of $54,000 and there will be a $26,000 seating upgrade.

Springwood St will see $2M roadworks and a $375,000 drainage upgrade and sewer main replacement along Maitland Bay Dr will cost $580,000.

The Lemongrove Netball Courts amenities building will see a $1.4M renewal and Ettalong Beach Arts and Craft Centre will be revamped at a cost of $80,000.

The 50+ Leisure and Learning Centre will have its roller door replaced for $30,000 and Ettalong Senior Citizens clubhouse improvements will cost $30,000.

Killcare

Killcare will see a water pump station upgrade for $162,000.

Little Wobby

Wharf replacement will cost $825,000.

Mount Ettalong

The lookout will be renewed for $180,000.

Patonga

Patonga campground will see $30,000 improvements in each of the next four years and embankment stabilisation along Patonga Dr will cost $75,000.

Street lights are the campground will be replaced for $85,000 into in 2022.

Pearl Beach

Pearl Beach Lagoon stormwater treatment works will cost $200,000 and embankment stabilisation on Pearl Beach Dr will be carried out for $155,000.

Phegans Bay

There will be a wall reconstruction on Monastir Rd at a cost of $165,000.

Pretty Beach

There will be a play space upgrade at Turo Reserve costing $105,000.

St Huberts Island

Saint Huberts Island will see a fencing upgrade on the bridge for $975,000.

Umina Beach

A kerb and ramp upgrade in the town centre will cost $36,000 and town centre seating will be upgraded at a cost of $50,000.

Escarpment stabilisation will be undertaken for $588,151.

There will be car park and road upgrades in the Sydney Ave access road at a total cost of $720,000 and safety improvements on Mount Ettalong Rd will cost $130,000.

There will be a refurbishment of the water pump station at The Rampart for $90,000 and work on the shared zone along The Esplanade will cost $282,528 plus $1M for shared path construction.

Umina Oval will see an amenities building upgrade for a total of $2.7M and irrigation renewal for $190,000.

The skate park upgrade will come in at just over $5M and a cricket nets upgrade will cost $150,000.

The community hall will see an $80,000 upgrade and improvements to Umina Library will cost $420,000.

Umina Rugby club house will see a $250,000 renewal.

Woy Woy

The town centre will see kerb and ramp upgrades of $48,000 and $20M will be spent on the Ocean Beach Rd, Rawson Rd intersection over the next four years.

Commuter reactive works will cost almost $50,000 and James Brown Oval carpark will be upgraded at a total cost of $230,000.

Rogers Park will see a $330,000 carpark upgrade and a $1.3M renewal of its amenities building and a drainage upgrade of the Everglades catchment will cost $2.8M over the next four years.

Embankment stabilisation will be carried out on Nagari Rd at a cost of $39,000.

Peninsula Leisure Centre will see: HVAC replacement for $3.8M; a gym equipment upgrade of $300,000; centre upgrades for a total of $170,000; and a $120,000 refurbishment.

Lions Park will be upgraded at a cost of $300,000 and $915,822 in waterfront upgrades will take place as well as a $100,000 spend on Woy Woy wharf.

Improvements will be made to James Browne Oval at a cost of $390,000 and Woy Woy Peninsula Childcare Centre will get a new $80,000 roof.

Woy Woy tip will see improvements and upgrades totalling $6.3M.

Woy Woy Bay

Woy Woy Bay wharf will be replaced at a cost of $480,000.

Full details of projects planned for other parts of the Central Coast and regionwide initiatives can be found on the Council website.

Source:
Central Coast Council Four Year Capital Works Program
Council agenda papers, Jun 29



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