Welcome to your regular update on the many projects happening around the Pitt Town area. As these projects are rolled out, we will continue to keep the community up to date.
Pitt Town road upgrades
Work is underway to upgrade a number of key roads in Pitt Town to improve driver and pedestrian safety. The roads include Bathurst Street, Hall Street, Hawkesbury Street, Johnston Street, Wells Street and Punt Road. You can view a full list of the works at https://www.hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au/_resources/media-releases/2021/may/heritage-properties-benefit-from-$40,000-in-local-heritage-grants.
This week, contractors are setting up at the roads listed, investigating service locations (such as water mains, electricity and phone cables), preparing for traffic management and arranging for the delivery of construction materials.
Construction work will begin from Wednesday, 16 June 2021, weather permitting, on Bathurst Street from Church Street to Buckingham Street. Please drive to conditions and follow the instructions from traffic controllers and detour signage.
Fernadell Park Masterplan and Plan of Management
Plans for your new 9ha Fernadell Park are now on exhibition. Council has listened to community feedback on what you want to see at the park as part of the design process. This exciting new park will be the heart of family recreation in Pitt Town.
Have your say on the Masterplan and Plan of Management by Thursday, 8 July 2021 at www.yourhawkesbury-yoursay.com.au/fernadell.
Public hearing – put it in your diary
A public hearing to formally recategorise Fernadell Park from community land to Sportsground, Park, Natural Area Watercourse, Natural Area Bushland, and General Community Use on Monday, 21 June 2021 from 8pm to 9pm at McGraths Hill Community Centre at 1 Phillip Place, McGraths Hill.
This change is proposed to allow the future improvement of Fernadell Park with new public sporting and recreation facilities.
Formal verbal or written submissions may be made to the Independent Chairperson at the public hearing on Monday, 21 June or by 5pm on Thursday, 24 June via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pitt Town Priority Project Survey closes on Friday
The Pitt Town Priority Project survey closes tomorrow, Friday 11 June. Council has $110,000 to spend on local projects, and we want you to rank the projects that the community has suggested in order of importance. If you haven’t already, jump online at www.yourhawkesbury-yoursay.com.au/pt-projects to place your votes.