South Perth Station Precinct works: 4-10 March 2019
Approved works within the South Perth Station Precinct for 4-10 March 2019:
|LOCATION||DETAILS OF WORKS||WHO||DATE||TIME|
|Construction site - abnormal works*|
|26 Charles Street||Lateral shift westbound, traffic flow maintained in both directions with traffic control for pre-cast installations.||Cockram Constructions||7 March||7am-7pm|
|Construction site - general approvals**|
39 Mends Street (Echelon)
Truck movements on South Perth Esplanade. Full time traffic management in place on South Perth Esplanade during work hours.
|26 Charles Street||General truck movements on Charles Street, footpath closure and detour for construction operations.||Cockram Constructions||4-9 March||7am-5pm|
|Melville Parade at Charles Street||Subject to final approvals. Gas main installation works on west side of Melville Parade. Works contained within the verge without impact on road or path network.
|Long term works|
|South Perth Esplanade||Traffic control on South Perth Esplanade for truck access. Footpath detours on place for shared path and jetty access.||Connect South/MG Group||4-9 March||7am-4pm|
|South Perth Esplanade||Operation of Autonomous bus trials on South Perth Esplanade, Mill Point Close and Mill Point Road.||RAC||5-10 March||9am-5pm|
|Melville Parade (Richardson St - Hardy St)
||Principle Shared Path detour resulting increased cyclists and pedestrians on Melville Parade.
|Short term low impact works/ events|
|South Perth Esplanade||Testing of Autonomous bus on South Perth Esplanade revised alignment, Mill Point Close and Mill Point Road.
|South Perth Esplanade / Mends Street||Partial road closure and temporary realignment of traffic lanes to facilitate road and footpath upgrades||MG Group||11 March - 2 June||24/7|
|26 Charles Street
||Lane closure westbound, traffic flow maintained eastbound with traffic control for concrete pour operations.
|Mends Street||Road closure for trenching associated with Water Corporation service connection works
To report a safety or accident hazard please contact the City or report the incident online via the City's Report It page.
Details of other road works in the City can be found on the construction and maintenance work page of the website.
Abnormal works are one off activities that require significant truck movements, obstructions to movement such as road closures and detours or works outside of the normal working hours. These works are subject to a separate approval process and are considered on an individual basis. Approvals may include the need to notify residents of the temporary change and in the case of works outside of normal working hours require subsequent approvals from the City’s Environmental Health Team and CEO.
General approvals are granted to construction sites and long-term activities in the Station Precinct for daily activities such as general truck movements for deliveries and minor concrete pours. These works are only to be undertaken during normal working hours (7am – 7pm Monday -Saturday) and do not include works that will have a significant impact on access through/past the site area. General works are subject to a monthly approval process.
Works on South Perth Esplanade
The works along South Perth Esplanade at the junction with Mends Street are part of the City's Connect South project. The City understands that these works may be disruptive and we thank the community and all stakeholders for their understanding and cooperation during the construction works of this important revitalisation project.
Contractor MG Group will ensure the site is kept secure and that dust and noise is minimised during construction.
Connect South Project background
The first stage of the project will create a vibrant and accessible entry point to Mends Street, the Perth Zoo and greater South Perth. Works will include the development of an active pedestrian-friendly piazza on the Mends Street Foreshore and minor upgrades to the northern area of Mends Street, between Mill Point Road and South Perth Esplanade.
Construction is anticipated to be completed in November 2019 at an estimated total project cost of $7.5 million with $2.5 million from Federal Government National Stronger Regions funding and $5 million from the City of South Perth.
For further project details visit the Connect South project page of the City's website.