Delacombe Park Ball-Stop Protection Fencing
Location: 55R Towerhill Road, Frankston South
Description of Works:
The ball protection fencing is 6.1m high with poles spaced at 10m totalling a lineal metre length of 90m; and two attached JPG examples illustrate the way in which it will look. Please bear in mind, the netting will NOT run all the way to the ground. It will run from the top down to approx. the 3.6m mark; and has been designed to sustain sporting ball impacts.
The reason for this is because lawn mowing maintenance activities will be UNINTERRUPTED; as the fence starts from 3.6m and is actually 2.5m high, reaching a top height of 6.1m. Note that PDF Drawing S2 is ‘illustrative’ only.
Timing of Works: Works are proposed to commence on Monday 18th November 2019 and expected to be completed by Friday 22nd November, subject to weather conditions
Site and Pedestrian Management will be in place for the entire duration of works to maintain public safety. Off street car parking will not be disturbed and foot traffic will most likely to be not affected while this work is being undertaken. The indicative work zone of this fencing to be constructed is represented and demarcated in red within the last PDF attachment. The intention is to keep the pedestrian path. The temp fencing will run on the inside of the pedestrian path eliminating the need for an official pedestrian plan, and it is not heavily trafficked during the day. Every effort will be made to minimize the inconvenience; however there may be some minor disturbance to residents during this time.
Langwarrin Park Preschool Refurbishment Works
Location: 29R Northgateway, Langwarrin.
Description of Works:
- Demolition works
- New community Room addition to the foyer area
- Refurbishment of the existing kindergarten
Timing of Works: Commencing Wednesday the 6th of November – Completion 24th January 2020
Disruption Expected: The works will be staged with phase A in the foyer area follow by phase B in the kindergarten commencing 9 December 2019. A staging area will be setup and hoarded off in the car park at the front of the facility throughout the duration of the works.
Woodlands Precinct Local Area Traffic Management Works
Location: Myrtle Street, Edward Street, Larch Street and Potts/Granite Drive.
Description of works: On behalf of Frankston City Council DM Roads will be completing works along Myrtle Street, Edward Street, Larch Street and the intersection of Potts Road and Granite Drive. The scope of the works include but are not limited to:
- Larch Street: Traffic island, signage and line marking installed between 20-24 Edward Street
- Potts Road/Granite Drive: Kerb and channel renewal, footpath, pram crossings and roundabout installation, drainage works, signage and line marking installation between 34-44 Potts Road and 89-91 Granite Drive
- Edward Street: Traffic island signage and line marking installation between 21-11, 37-43, 47-55 and 67-73 Edward Street.
- Myrtle Street: Kerb and channel renewal, traffic island, concrete edge strip, signage and line marking installation between 7-11 Myrtle Street.
Timing of Works: Commencing October 2019, expected completion by mid December 2019
Disruption expected: Works have been planned to minimise the inconvenience to surrounding business owners, residents and the local community. During the day, traffic management will assist vehicles and pedestrians through the worksite.
Overport Park - Sports Pavilion and Oval Upgrade
Description of Works: Frankston City Council in partnership with the Victorian Government is developing an exciting new sports pavilion and upgrades to Oval 2. Key features will include:
- Female-friendly change rooms
- Unisex umpire facilities
- Community room, kitchen and amenities
- Public toilets and new car parks
- Oval 2 refurbishment including irrigation and drainage and fencing
Timing of Works:
- Oval reconstruction: August to December 2018
- Pavilion construction: October 2018 to December 2019
Frankston Line Crossings managed by Level Crossing Removal Authority
Works Commencing: November 2015
Duration of Works: Ongoing for the next eight years
Location: Various locations along the Frankston Line
The upgrade of Frankston Station is expected to start in autumn 2018.
Description of Works: Removing 50 dangerous and congested level crossings will transform the way people live, work and travel across metropolitan Melbourne and improve safety for drivers and pedestrians
Disruptions Expected: Buses will replace trains during some stages and nearby car parking areas may also be restricted.
More information contact Metro Trains on 1800 800 007 or www.metrotrains.com.au for expected delays and works alerts
This work is conducted by the Level Crossing Removal Project. Please visit http://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/ for more information
Contact Level Crossing Removal Authority: https://your.levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322