Rozelle Bay maritime precinct services upgrade work
18 October 2013
Motorists are advised major work to upgrade essential services including power, water and wastewater at the Rozelle Bay maritime precinct will start from Monday.
Roads and Maritime Services Maritime Director Michael Wright said the NSW Government provided $2.4 million for the upgrade which will increase services for residents, workers and visitors to the maritime precinct for the next 20 years.
“The Roads and Maritime Services upgrade of essential services is to support the precinct’s existing businesses and sustain future and planned development in the area,” Mr Wright said.
“Old James Craig Road will be reopened during work to ensure traffic flow to and from the precinct.
“There will be a one way loop in place for the first six weeks of the project, with motorists travelling into the precinct on James Craig Road and out on Old James Craig Road.
“Work includes building a trench to install new water and sewage pipes and power conduits along the southern edge of James Craig Road.
“Pumps also will be replaced at the existing sewage pumping station.
“Preliminary work and site preparation is under way with major work expected to be completed by the end of January 2014,” Mr Wright said.
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