As part of its commitment to improving facilities and services for residents, Randwick City Council has recently completed the construction of the Outdoor Classroom and Reed-bed Toilet at the Randwick Community Centre. Randwick City Council continues to invest in sustainable building methods and water saving initiatives as a means of conserving resources and ensuring Council is provided valued projects to the community and the local . . .
The Macleay Valley contains a catchment area of 11.500 sq kilometres with a mountainous hinterland and subsequently fast moving flood water. Like all other coastal councils Kempsey is concerned about the short time frame provided to be prepared for a flood event.
Council has installed a Flood Camera at Sherwood Bridge which is integrated with a new river level monitoring station. The camera is able to pan, tilt and zoom so that an . . .
The Project included: realignment of Cook Drive at its intersection with the Pacific Highway (HW10), so that it intersects opposite the existing North Boambee Road intersection; provision of traffic signal controls at a new four-way intersection; construction of additional lane capacity to improve levels of service and safety at the intersection.
There were three major stakeholders in the project: RMS, Bunnings and Council. The . . .
Following extensive community consultation the highest priority was to replace the 75 year old change rooms and in that process if possible construct a 25 m indoor heated pool. Council began a serious in house design and investigation process leading to a two stage construction schedule of the new change rooms, kiosk and 25 m indoor heated pool which was completed in May 2014