Footpath replacement works
In accordance with the 2017/2018 Capital Works Program, the City will be replacing the slab footpaths at the following locations:
- Park Street between Greenock Avenue and Alston Avenue, Como – works to commence on Tuesday 25 July 2017
- Pilgrim Street between Fortune Street and Coode Street, South Perth – works to commence on Tuesday 25 July 2017
- Lockhart Street between Saunders Street and Cale Street, Como – works to commence on Monday 31 July 2017
- Lockhart Street between McDougall Street and Davilak Street, Como – works to commence on Tuesday 1 August 2017
- Godwin Avenue between Canavan Crescent and Henley Street, Manning – works to commence on Friday 4 August 2017
- Mabel Street between David Street and Monk Street, Kensington – works to commence on Wednesday 9 August 2017
- Collins Street between Market Street and Broad Street, Kensington – works to commence on Tuesday 14 August 2017
- Bessell Avenue between Canning Highway and Throssell Street, Como – works to commence on Monday 28 August 2017
Birdwood Avenue between Throssell Street and Murray Street, Como – works to commence on Monday 11 September 2017
Lawler Street between Angelo Street and Tate Street, South Perth – works to commence on Monday 18 September 2017
Robert Street between Canning Highway and No. 138 Robert Street, Como – works to commence on Wednesday 20 September 2017
The works will involve the removal of the original concrete slab path and construction of a new 1.5m ‘in-situ’ concrete footpath.
Should the City encounter plants or shrubs/hedges which have been planted on the verge, we request that these be pruned back. Alternatively the City will make arrangements to undertake any required pruning or vegetation removal.
The City may be required to make changes to existing privately owned reticulation systems located in the verge. Where this applies, we will undertake the required changes at no cost to the owner of the property. We request that residents fully test their systems within three weeks of the completion of the project and advise us of any problems. Unfortunately, after this period the City may not take responsibility for repairs.
Should the existing footpath section of your crossing be of slab construction, it will require an upgrade to concrete standard. If so, you will be notified by the contractor of the scheduled construction day. On that day you will be required to remove any vehicles by 7am, and entry/exit from your property will be limited for one day to allow for curing time. Alternative parking of vehicles should be arranged for that day.
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