This notice was sent to SIRA so that we can notify the community about works on the road behind Catherine Park and the resultant disruption to traffic.
Although we welcome the spending on capital works, we are aware that it will also affect parking for residents who use Tennis Wharf. Over many months we have made concerted and multiple contacts with NBC to urge them to get rid of the tanks and abandoned vehicles at Tennis, which restrict parking even further.
These efforts to free up the parking areas are continuing. SIRA also urges residents to complain on the hotline shown below.
Note that there are some parking spaces up the hill from the Fire Shed and we hope that these will provide some relief.
1300 434 434 – hotline for complaints to Northern Beaches Council. Direct your complaint to ‘Compliance’.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED WORKS ROAD and DRAINAGE Works: Letter from NBC
Catherine Park Road
Please be aware that Northern Beaches Council has scheduled to commence road and drainage works to the road adjacent Catherine Park. The work is anticipated to commence on Monday 15th August 2022 and be completed over a 3-month period.
The works will impact traffic and pedestrian movements between the hours of 7am and 5pm. We request all vehicle movements be planned around core work hours and limited through Catherine Park Road during work hours.
Traffic management measures will be in place to ensure the works are carried out safely. We please ask that no vehicles or private property is placed in the section of road opposite the Scotland Island Rural Fire Brigade as this will be used as stockpile for materials. Refer to map on next page.
Although every effort will be made to minimise any inconvenience to your service, your cooperation and patience will be greatly appreciated. Please note that inclement weather may delay the planned works.
Should you have any enquiries in respect of the works, please contact the undersigned on 1300 434 434.
Thomas Lawler Construction & Maintenance Engineer
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