Coalcliff Plant Hire safety advisor Brad Hansen and Coalcliff operations manager Darrell Scott.Works are underway to substantially improve the eastern and western ends of Forrest Street, provide new access and parking for the art gallery and upgrade parking at the PCYC, senior citizens and Rolling Stock Shed.
The $1.6 million improvements will be undertaken by Coalcliff Plant Hire.
Shire President Cr Wayne Sanford expressed his delight that a local firm has won the contract and was looking forward to yet another improvement to the town’s character and amenity.
“Council’s CBD revitalisation program is really gaining traction and these road and parking improvements will make a huge difference to how people experience and perceive the town.” He said.
Cr Sanford went on to say that the works will improve the area.
“The additional parking and improved access for the CBD will make the shopping experience more convenient and enjoyable for the local community and visitors.”
Coalcliff Plant Hire principal, Terry Massara, said that his team will be working to minimise any disruption to business and customers over the months of March and April.
Coalcliff Operations manager Darrell Scott said they are hoping to get the project complete on schedule.
“We are expecting the project to take twelve weeks start to finish, subject to weather conditions.”
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