Assets and Infrastructure Committee

Notice of Meeting

Monday, 10 September 2018

 

 

A meeting of the Assets and Infrastructure Committee will be held at 7.00pm on Monday, 10 September 2018 in the Dragon Room, Level 1, Georges River Civic Centre, corner Dora and MacMahon Streets, Hurstville, for the consideration of the business available on Council’s website at  http://www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/Council/Council-Meetings

 

 

BUSINESS

1.      Apologies

2.      Disclosures of Interest

3.      Minutes of previous meetings

4.      Committee Reports

 


Assets and Infrastructure Committee Meeting

Summary of Items

Monday, 10 September 2018

 

Previous Minutes

MINUTES: Assets and Infrastructure - 13 August 2018  

Committee Reports

ASS042-18        Tender for Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst - Stronger Communities Fund, Infrastructure Plus and S94A Funds

(Report by Manager Project Delivery)......................................................................... 2

ASS043-18        Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction - Commonwealth Government Grant – Improving Your Local Parks and Environment Fund and s94 Funds 

(Report by Manager Project Delivery)......................................................................... 7

ASS044-18        Provision of Synthetic Surface for Olds Park Field 2

(Report by Manager Project Delivery)....................................................................... 13

ASS045-18        Upgrade and / or Replacement of the Existing Amenities Building at Olds Park, Mortdale

(Report by Manager Project Delivery)....................................................................... 15

ASS046-18        Georges River Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting - 4 September 2018

(Report by Coordinator Traffic & Transport)............................................................ 18   

 


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Committee Reports

Item:                   ASS042-18        Tender for Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation and Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst - Stronger Communities Fund, Infrastructure Plus and S94A Funds 

Author:              Manager Project Delivery

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

Matter Type:     Committee Reports

 

 

 

Recommendation:

(a)     That under Section 178 (1) (a) of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, Council accept the tender that is recommended for T18/032 Tender for Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst as outlined in the report.

(b)     That the General Manager be authorised to sign the Contracts with the preferred Contractor on behalf of Council.

(c)     That Council inform the unsuccessful Tenderers of the resolution.

 

 

Executive Summary

1.      The purpose of this report is to advise Council of the results of the tender process completed in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Section 55 and Section 377 of the Local Government Act 1993, for the Tender for Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst and to seek resolution from Council on entering into a Contract with a successful Tenderer to appoint as the Principal Contractor to carry out the proposed contract works.

2.      This report explains the background for Council to decide if it wishes to enter into a contract with the entity recommended as the Principal Contractor. The report details the tender process supporting the recommendation for Council’s consideration, with the confidential matters being contained within the confidential attachments.

 

Background

3.      The Gannons Park Water Quality Improvement & Stormwater Harvesting Scheme (Stage 1, 2 and 3) is a staged project that will treat and improve the stormwater quality at Gannons Park, Peakhurst.

4.      The Gannons Park Water Quality Improvement & Stormwater Harvesting Scheme Project has the following objectives:

a.      Reinstatement of Upper Boggywell Creek in Gannons Park;

b.      Improving the quality of urban stormwater runoff discharging to the Georges River by treating stormwater in a series of wetlands, swales and bio retention systems;

c.       Store, treat and reuse the treated water for irrigation of the eight sport fields within the regional park;

d.      Integrate the creek restoration, stormwater treatment and reuse into the fabric of Gannons Park thereby creating a significant upgrade of public open space and a new identity for the park;

 

5.      The diverted stormwater will pass through a gross pollutant trap (GPT) and then be channelled through a swale into a wetland and series of bio-retention systems where any sediments and pollutants will be removed.  The treated stormwater will then be stored in storage ponds, which will additionally serve as water features and provide an aquatic habitat within the park.  A new boardwalk constructed over the proposed wetland and storage ponds will eventually adjoin the newly constructed shared pathway in lower Gannons Park.  The treated stormwater will then be used to irrigate the eight playing fields in upper Gannons Park.

6.      The Gannons Park Water Quality Improvement & Stormwater Harvesting Scheme Project has three stages:

 

Stage 1 (currently under construction): Stormwater pipe diversion structure, GPT, reinterpreted Upper Boggywell Creek (upper portion) and pond.

 

Stage 2: Wetlands, bioretention system cells, connecting pool, storage pond and extensions of bike track and boardwalks over wetlands.

 

Stage 3: Installation of irrigation and drainage infrastructure to irrigate the eight heavily used regional sports fields in Upper Gannons Park.  Construction will involve installing a rising main from the storage pond, filtration and UV disinfection water treatment systems, header tank, and installation of automated irrigation system and drainage system in Upper Gannons Park.

7.        In 2018, the NSW Government provided $1 million to assist in the construction of Stage 3 of the Gannons Park Water Quality Improvement & Stormwater Harvesting Scheme Project.

 

8.        Following the funding announcement, Council Officers developed an 18 month staging plan to undertake the Stage 3 of the Gannons Park Water Quality Improvement & Stormwater Harvesting Scheme Project.  These works would include the installation of irrigation and associated drainage for the eight playing fields (using potable water) and the reconstruction of all eight playing fields. 

 

9.        The project will be divided into 3 portions:

a.      3A – Fields 1 and 2 (top 2 fields)

b.      3B – Fields 6, 7 and 8 (bottom 3 fields)

c.       3C - Fields 3, 4 and 5 (middle 3 fields)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The staging plan is outlined below:

 

 

10.    A stakeholder workshop was held on 2 July 2018 with the St George Football Association, Lugarno Lions and all sporting clubs who utilise the grounds to discuss the staging plan and overall project.  Following the stakeholders meeting, Council Officers prepared a Tender for the Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst.

 

11.    The Director Assets and Infrastructure appointed a Tender Evaluation Committee for the Tender prior to advertising, and all tender documentation was reviewed by the Manager Project Delivery prior to issuing. 

 

12.    Tender documentation included:

a.      RFT T18/032 – Tender for the Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst

b.      General Conditions of Contract Incorporating AS 4902-2000 (as amended)

c.       Returnable Schedules

d.      Technical Specifications, Geotechnical Investigations, Survey Drawings and Irrigation Designs

 

13.    The Tender Evaluation Committee determined the Tender Evaluation Criteria prior to advertising of the tender.  The essential criteria and mandatory criteria was determined as follows:

 

Essential Criteria

1.      Best value for money

a.      Price and trades break-up in accordance with the provided Bill of Quantities; and

b.      Schedule of hourly rates

2.      Demonstrated capacity and technical ability to carry out the works

a.      Specific experience and expertise in similar works;

b.      Company profile; current commitments for main and sub-contractors ; and

c.       Plant and equipment available to complete the works.

3.      Demonstrated managerial and technical capability, qualifications, experience

a.      Quality experience and  quality references of the Tenderer;

b.      Nominated site personnel CVs and previous work history; and

c.      Nominated sub-contractors CVs and previous work history with the Tenderer.

4.      Capacity to achieve the program

a.      Proven capacity to meet deadlines;

b.      Program shows critical paths and detailed tasks required to achieve  deliverables for the project; and

c.      Sequencing of the works.

5.      Proposed methodology

a.      Traffic and  pedestrian  management plan;

b.      Storage of materials and disposal of waste (including potential asbestos)

c.      Appropriate systems and procedures to comply with all applicable WHS and environmental obligations

Mandatory Criteria:

Insurances:

a.      Public Liability min. $20M;

b.      Workers Compensation; and

c.      Comprehensive Vehicle(s) Insurance.

14.    T18/032 Tender for the Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst was advertised in the Sydney Morning Herald and Tenderlink on 24 July, 25 July and 28 July 2018.

 

15.    The tender closed at 10am Wednesday 22 August 2018 in the presence of the Tender Opening Committee.  One submission were received via Tenderlink from the following companies:

a.      B. R. Durham and Sons Pty Ltd

b.      Renworx Pty Ltd

 

No late submissions were received.

16.    The Tender Evaluation Committee individually assessed the submission, and met on 29 August 2018 to review the submissions and seek any clarifications.  Details of the Tender Evaluation Committee and these meetings are provided in the confidential attachment.

 

17.    The Tender Evaluation Committee completed the tender assessments and the evaluation process and identified a tender that represents best value for money. 

 

18.    The Tender Evaluation Committee recommends that under Section 178 (1) (a) of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, Council accepts the tender identified as the preferred Contractor as outlined in the confidential attachment to this report.

 

 

Financial Implications

19.    Within budget allocation with funds allocated as follows:

 

Stronger Communities Fund                                                          $1,000,000

 

Infrastructure Plus Funds (2018-2019)                                             $200,000

 

Former Hurstville Council Open Space s94 Plan                                     $700,000

 

Council Contribution to s94 funds                                                     $300,000

 

Stormwater Levy (2019-2020)                                                          $1,200,000

 

Total Budget for Gannons Park                                                   $3,400,000

 

Risk Implications

20.    No risks identified.

 

Community Engagement

21.    Community engagement was conducted on 2 July 2018 including a stakeholder workshop with all sporting club outlining the impact of staged construction over next 18 months.  Prior to work, Council will undertake a letterbox drop to surrounding resident advising them of the works.  Regular project updates will also be provided via social media.

 

File Reference

T18/032

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

Attachment 1

Confidential Attachment - T18/032 - Tender for the Design and Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation and Resurfacing of Gannons Park (Confidential)

Attachment 2

Confidential Attachment A - T18/032 - Tender for the Design Installation of Staged Drainage, Irrigation & Resurfacing at Gannons Park, Peakhurst - Tender Assessment Summary (Confidential)

 


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Item:                   ASS043-18        Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction - Commonwealth Government Grant – Improving Your Local Parks and Environment Fund and s94 Funds   

Author:              Manager Project Delivery

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

Matter Type:     Committee Reports

 

 

 

Recommendation:

(a)     That under Section 178 (1) (a) of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, Council accept the tender that is recommended for T18/028 Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction as outlined in the confidential attachment.

(b)     That the General Manager be authorised to sign the Contracts with the preferred Contractor on behalf of Council.

(c)     That Council inform the unsuccessful Tenderers of the resolution.

 

 

Executive Summary

1.      The purpose of this report is to advise Council of the results of the tender process completed in accordance with Part 3, Division 1, Section 55 and Section 377 of the Local Government Act 1993, for the Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction and to seek resolution from Council on entering into a Contract with a successful Tenderer to appoint as the Principal Contractor to carry out the proposed contract works.

2.      This report explains the background for Council to decide if it wishes to enter into a contract with the entity recommended as the Principal Contractor. The report details the tender process supporting the recommendation for Council’s consideration, with the confidential matters being contained within the confidential attachments.

 

Background

3.      The Carss Park Foreshore Construction Project involves the removal of the existing concrete vertical seawalls and excavation of soil behind the wall to create appropriate grades.  These grades will allow the construction of sloped, environmentally friendly seawall reintroducing saltmarsh, mangrove and intertidal rock platform habitats through the use of innovative concrete structures, sandstone terraces and rip-rap zones.  The new structures will influence ecological habitats above and below the Mean High Water Mark (MHWM) creating a link between aquatic ecological communities and the terrestrial environment.

4.      The Project has been divided into three stages:

Stage 1:  0.6 ha area of foreshore and parkland adjacent to local sporting fields.  The work included the removal of sections of the existing 230 m long concrete seawall and the construction of intertidal rock platforms with rockpools and adjacent saltmarsh benches and mudflat.  Riparian vegetation buffers and a footpath were constructed behind the foreshore to improve community use and connection to the area.  These works were completed in 2016.

Stage 2: 1.0 ha project area focused on 130 m of concrete vertical seawall, 80m of concrete stormwater channel and associated parkland in the western section of the park. This project will remove the existing concrete seawall and develop a mudflat/beach environment with a vegetated coastal dune constructed behind. The existing concrete stormwater channel will be removed, and a ‘naturalised’ creek line will be developed with a larger mouth to emulate natural creek lines entering into the Georges River.  The creek environment will include saltmarsh, mangrove, and rocky intertidal areas along the sandstone and sediment based waterway.  A plan of the Stage 2 works is outlined below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 3:  0.7 ha project area focused on 292 m of concrete vertical seawall on Carss Point, connecting the two previous stages.  The focus of this stage is to be consistent with the construction designs of the earlier two stages of the project, to emulate the historic shape of Carss Point, and the establishment of estuarine habitat communities.  These communities include saltmarsh, intertidal rock platform, and mudflat habitats introduced through the use of sandstone terraces, concrete construction, and ‘rip-rap’ zones.  This work will be constructed along with stage two in 2018-2019.  Other incorporations to this foreshore include a small boat ramp for the local remote control sailing club, and an overwater boardwalk section to improve community use.  A plan of the Stage 3 works is outlined below:

          In 2016, the Council received a $800,000 grant from the Federal Government via its Improving your Local Parks and Environment Fund to contribute towards the project.  In addition, funds were allocated by Council as follows:

Commonwealth Government Grant –

Improving your Local Parks and Environment Fund                                         $800,000

Reallocation of former KCC Budget for Carss

Park Foreshore Construction Stage 2 Works                                                      $800,000

 

Reallocation of 17/18 Capital Works Funds                                                        $800,000

Kogarah Section 94 Plan No 5 Open Space

Embellishment (2007)                                                                                              $500,000

Total Budget for Carss Park Stages 2 and 3                                          $2,900,000

 

5.      Council Officers prepared a Request for Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction.

 

6.      The Director Assets and Infrastructure appointed a Tender Evaluation Committee for the Tender prior to advertising, and all tender documentation was reviewed by the Manager Project Delivery prior to issuing. 

7.      Tender documentation included:

a.      RFT T18/028 – Carss Park Foreshore Construction

b.      General Conditions of Contract Incorporating AS 4000-1997 (as amended)

c.       Returnable Schedules

d.      Technical Specifications, Geotechnical Investigations, Survey Drawings, Designs and Review of Environmental Factors.

 

8.      The Tender Evaluation Committee determined the Tender Evaluation Criteria prior to advertising of the tender.  The essential criteria and mandatory criteria was determined as follows:

 

Essential Criteria

1.   Best value for money

a.      Price and trades break-up in accordance with the provided Bill of Quantities; and

b.      Schedule of hourly rates

2.      Demonstrated capacity and technical ability to carry out the works

a.   Specific experience and expertise in similar works;

b.   Company profile; current commitments for main and sub-contractors ; and

c.   Plant and equipment available to complete the works.

3.      Demonstrated managerial and technical capability, qualifications, experience

a.   Quality experience and  quality references of the Tenderer;

b.   Nominated site personnel CVs and previous work history; and

c.   Nominated sub-contractors CVs and previous work history with the Tenderer.

4.      Capacity to achieve the program

a.   Proven capacity to meet deadlines;

b.   Program shows critical paths and detailed tasks required to achieve  deliverables for the project; and

c.   Sequencing of the works.

5.      Proposed methodology

a.      Traffic and  pedestrian  management plan;

b.       Storage of materials and disposal of waste (including potential asbestos)

c.       Appropriate systems and procedures to comply with all applicable WHS and environmental obligations

 

 

Mandatory Criteria:

Insurances:

a.   Public Liability min. $20M;

b.   Workers Compensation; and

c.   Comprehensive Vehicle(s) Insurance.

9.      T18/028 Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction was advertised in the Sydney Morning Herald and Tenderlink on 3 July, 4 July and 7 July 2018.

 

10.    The tender closed at 10am Tuesday 7 August 2018 in the presence of the Tender Opening Committee. Five submissions were received via Tenderlink from the following companies:

a.      Antoun Civil Engineering (Aust) Pty Ltd

b.      Civil Constructions Pty Ltd

c.       Civil Works NSW Pty Ltd

d.      Growth Civil Landscapes Pty Limited

e.      Total Earth Care Pty Ltd

No late submissions were received.

 

11.    The Tender Evaluation Committee individually assessed the submission, and met on 16 August 2018 to review the submissions and seek any clarifications.  Details of the Tender Evaluation Committee and these meetings are provided in the confidential attachment.

 

12.    The Tender Evaluation Committee completed the tender assessments and the evaluation process and identified a tender that represents best value for money. 

 

13.    The Tender Evaluation Committee recommends that under Section 178 (1) (a) of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, Council accepts the tender identified as the preferred Contractor as outlined in the confidential attachment to this report.

 

Financial Implications

14.    Within budget allocation with funds allocated as follows:

Commonwealth Government Grant –

Commonwealth Government Grant –

    Improving your Local Parks and Environment Fund                                     $800,000

 

Reallocation of former KCC Budget for Carss

Park Foreshore Construction Stage 2 Works                                                      $800,000

 

Reallocation of 17/18 Capital Works Funds                                                        $800,000

 

Kogarah Section 94 Plan No 5 Open Space

Embellishment (2007)                                                                                              $500,000

 

Total Budget for Carss Park Stages 2 and 3                                          $2,900,000

 

Risk Implications

15.    No risks identified.

 

Community Engagement

16.    Community engagement was conducted including a letterbox drop to all residents surrounding Carss Bush Park as part of the design process.  The designs were also placed on the noticeboards at the Park, and all stakeholders were engaged via ‘Have Your Say’ and on site meetings.

 

File Reference

T18/028

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

Attachment 1

Confidential Attachment A - T18/028 -Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction - Tender Assessment Summary (Confidential)

Attachment 2

Confidential Attachment - T18/028 -Tender for Carss Park Foreshore Construction (Confidential)

 


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Item:                   ASS044-18        Provision of Synthetic Surface for Olds Park Field 2 

Author:              Manager Project Delivery

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

Matter Type:     Committee Reports

 

 

 

Recommendation:

That the report “Provision of Synthetic Surface for Olds Park Field 2” be received and noted.

 

Executive Summary

1.      This report is presented to Council following the Notice of Motion from Councillor Tegg at the Council Meeting on 23 July 2018.

 

Background

2.      Council will recall that at its meeting on 23 July 2018, Council resolved the following Notice of Motion:

“That the General Manager prepare a report to Council to investigate a range of options for the provision of a synthetic surface for Olds Park No. 2 which could be considered in a future capital works program”.

 

3.      In May 2018, Council engaged Elton Consulting to undertake a Georges River Council Open Space, Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy.  The purpose of this strategy is to deliver a consolidated George River Council Open Space, Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy that encompasses:

 

a.      Passive and active recreation

b.      Aquatic facilities

c.       Synthetic fields

d.      A regional athletics facility

e.      Community centres

f.       Libraries

4.      The Strategy will examine existing services and current demand, and determine the infrastructure needed based on projected future population for the Local Government Area until 2036.

 

5.      As part of the Georges River Council Open Space, Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy, the Consultant is reviewing the demand for synthetic surfaces within the Council area, accessibility to surrounding Councils and reviewing selection criteria that has been developed to assess the suitability of sites for installation of synthetic playing surfaces.  This Strategy will provide a list of recommended sites for the installation of synthetic surfaces.

 

6.      In the next 2 years, Georges River Council has committed funding to the following synthetic fields:

 

 

a.      Peakhurst Park

b.      Poulton Park

c.       Penshurst Park

 

7.      Works will commence at Peakhurst Park in October 2018, followed by Poulton Park in 2019 and Penshurst Park thereafter.

 

8.      Council Officers are also currently engaging a consultant to prepare a new masterplan for Olds Park.  The Olds Park Masterplan will have a clear vision for the future development and the ongoing operation of the park.  The Masterplan will recommend ways to improve and enhance recreation opportunities for a range of park users, improve the landscape and ensure the park is accessible and appealing to all members of the community.  It is anticipated that community consultation will be sought in late 2018 / early 2019 regarding all aspects of the parkland.  The relocation of any buildings or structures will be dealt with as part of the masterplan process.

 

9.      It is viewed that the Georges River Council Open Space, Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy (including synthetic field strategy) will assist in the developed on the Olds Park Masterplan which will provide a longer term vision for the park.

 

Financial Implications

10.    No budget impact for this report.

 

Risk Implications

11.    No risks identified.

 

Community Engagement

12.    Community engagement will be as part of the development of the Olds Park Masterplan.

 

File Reference

18/350

 

 

 

  


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Item:                   ASS045-18        Upgrade and / or Replacement of the Existing Amenities Building at Olds Park, Mortdale 

Author:              Manager Project Delivery

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

Matter Type:     Committee Reports

 

 

 

Recommendation:

That the report “Upgrade and / or Replacement of the Existing Amenities Building at Olds Park, Mortdale” be received and noted.

 

Executive Summary

1.      This report is presented to Council following the Notice of Motion from Councillor Hindi at the Council Meeting on 23 July 2018.

Background

2.      Council will recall that at its meeting on 23 July 2018, Council resolved the following Notice of Motion:

(a)     That the General Manager prepare a report to Council to investigate the upgrade and/or replacement of the existing amenities building next to the soccer fields in the north west section of Olds Park, adjacent to the Olds Park Sports Club car park, following consultation with the relevant sporting and user groups.

 

(b)     That correspondence be forwarded to the State Member for Oatley, Mr Mark Coure MP, requesting his support for a funding contribution towards the proposed amenities building.

3.      As outlined in a report tabled at the June 2018 Assets and Infrastructure Committee, $480,000 was allocated from the Infrastructure Plus Buildings Program to undertake refurbishment works at the Olds Park Amenities Building.

4.      The purpose of the refurbishment was to upgrade the existing change room facilities, as well as adding storage to the building for all stakeholders and sporting associations.  Storage and facilities are also being added to the existing foot print for the Council grounds staff who are now housed at the site.  A plan of the site is outlined as follows and a copy of the floor plan of the building is attached for your information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.      Construction of the refurbishment building has commenced with works to be completed in early October 2018.  Following completion, the three new storage areas will be allocated to Little Athletics, Netball and Junior AFL.

 

6.      In accordance with the Council resolution, Council Officers have also made representations to the State Member for Oatley; however no response has been received to date.

 

7.      For information, Council Officers are currently engaged a consultant to prepare a new masterplan for Olds Park.  The Olds Park Masterplan will have a clear vision for the future development and the ongoing operation of the park.  The Masterplan will recommend ways to improve and enhance recreation opportunities for a range of park users, improve the landscape and ensure the park is accessible and appealing to all members of the community.  It is anticipated that community consultation will be sought in late 2018/early 2019 regarding all aspects of the parkland.  The relocation of any buildings or structures will be dealt with as part of the masterplan process.

 

Financial Implications

8.      Within budget allocation.

 

Risk Implications

9.      No risks identified.

 

Community Engagement

10.    Community engagement will be as part of the development of the Olds Park Masterplan.

 

File Reference

18/350

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

Attachment 1

Olds Park Amenities Floorplan

 


Georges River Council - Assets and Infrastructure Committee Meeting - Monday, 10 September 2018

ASS045-18             Upgrade and / or Replacement of the Existing Amenities Building at Olds Park, Mortdale

[Appendix 1]          Olds Park Amenities Floorplan

 

 

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Item:                   ASS046-18        Georges River Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting - 4 September 2018 

Author:              Coordinator Traffic & Transport

Directorate:      Assets and Infrastructure

Matter Type:     Committee Reports

 

 

 

Recommendation:

That the recommendations contained within the minutes of the Georges River Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting held on 4 September 2018 be adopted by Council.

 

Executive Summary

1.      The Minutes of the Georges River Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting held on 4 September 2018 are submitted to the Assets and Infrastructure Committee for consideration and to Council for adoption.

 

Background

2.      The Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting of 4 September 2018 was held at Hurstville Civic Centre commencing at 10.00am.

 

Financial Implications

3.      Budget allocation

 

a.      RMS Traffic Facilities Grant            $390,993

b.      Bus Stop Upgrade Program            $60,000

 

4.      Balance to date

 

a.      RMS Traffic Facilities Grant            $369,656

b.      Bus Stop Upgrade Program            $60,000

 

5.      Estimated cost of works recommended by the Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting of 4 September is $139,900.  Dissection: $14,900 to be allocated from the RMS Traffic Facilities Grant, $95,000 for the Bryant Street crossing upgrade to be considered from the 2019/20 Capital Works Budget and $30,000 for the Neville Street refuge from the 2018/19 Capital Works Program.

 

File Reference

D18/192772

 

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

Attachment 1

Minutes - Traffic Committee 04 September 2018

 


Georges River Council - Assets and Infrastructure Committee Meeting - Monday, 10 September 2018

ASS046-18             Georges River Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting - 4 September 2018

[Appendix 1]          Minutes - Traffic Committee 04 September 2018

 

 

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