Gippsland › Latest news › Bass Coast Local News
Grantville footpath replacement along Bass Highway to get start
Part of the footpath along Bass Highway in Grantville will be replaced in coming weeks.
Bass Coast Shire Council is completing this $30,000 project, which will see a 96-metre-long section of footpath replaced, alongside the Bass Highway Service Road, starting from Portview Avenue. Work has started and is expected to take around four weeks to complete, weather permitting.
Construction works will be starting the week of 8 November 2021 and is anticipated to be completed within 4 weeks, subject to favourable weather and contractor availability
Improving access to pedestrians
The aim of this project is to improve access for pedestrians and a safe connection to existing footpath networks.
Appropriate traffic/pedestrian measures will be in place for the duration of the works. The works will include the use of large plants and machinery and might be noisy at times.
Council understands that these works may present an inconvenience to nearby residents and appreciates their patience during these times. The contractor will make every effort to minimise disruptions during construction.
For more information on this project, visit Grantville footpath renewal or contact Council's Infrastructure Delivery Team on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03) 5671 2211, or email email@example.com.
Pictures from Bass Coast Shire Council website.
Published by: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest NewsRenewable energy, hydrogen and the Gippsland Material Recovery Facility prioritised to help Latrobe City Energy Transition
Retaining wall renewal works for Cape Paterson boat ramp car park gets $110,000 funding as part of Bass Coast Shire open space renewal program
Controlled treated waste water releases into Tambo Bay will resume after school holidays spring 2022
Darren Chester re-secures $5M funding from previous federal government for World Sporting Precinct redevelopment in Bairnsdale
Labor federal government accused of enormous breach of trust in failing to deliver $5.9M promised to bushfire-impacted Sarsfield and Ensay
Victorian Labor and Coalition parties give election promises of extensive funding for both West Gippsland and Wonthaggi hospitals
Warragul Leisure Centre contract for $11M expansion from Victorian government's Changing Places program awarded
Andrews Labor government announces 'Water is Life' to allow traditional owners to access and manage water
Applications open for East Gippsland Youth Ambassador Program for young people aged living, studying or working in shire
Bushfire damaged remains of Thurra River Bridge and yet Andrews Labor government not sending tender out after nearly three years