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Project Enters Final Stage

Water Sensitive Urban Design project completion this February for Seagrove Estate in Cowes.

By Portal Admin - 2nd February 2019 - Back to News

Bass Coast Shire Councilís Water Sensitive Urban Design project for Seagrove Estate in Cowes will be completed this February.

Expected to take around three weeks, the work will include removal of Cumbungi from the wetland, modifications to the wetland and the installation of new access tracks for future maintenance. The works will be focussed on the wetland area between Seagrove Way, Dianella Way and Goodenia Place.

The first stages of the project were completed in 2018, which involved the rehabilitation of the raingardens in Seagrove Estate.

The project is part of Councilís 2018/19 Capital Works program. It is being funded by $6,750 from Melbourne Waterís Living Rivers Program and $60,900 from Council.

Traffic, pedestrian and site environmental measures will be in place while these works are being carried out. The works may present an inconvenience to users of Seagrove Estate at times, however the contractor will make every effort to minimise these disruptions.

For information contact Councilís Infrastructure Delivery Team on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03) 5671 2211 or email Visit to get the latest updates for this project.


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