Civil Works

Under the 2017/18 capital works program Council will include the following projects across its area. Council will deliver design, construction and improvement projects for a total of approximately $10.5million.

Below is a list of Council's main projects getting delivered this financial year with indicative timelines (note: this list is in the process of being updated to reflect current projects and so is partially out of date).

Lower Hermitage Road, Lower Hermitage
Proposal to widen Lower Hermitage Road to accommodate two-way traffic, starting from Millar Road and heading south 640 metres along Lower Hermitage Road. Design engineers are currently preparing a suitable plan for public consultation. April/May 2019.

Click here to view engineer maps.
Click here to read a letter to residents in this area with further details on the proposed works.

Heathfield Road, Heathfield - COMPLETE

Grasby Road, Balhannah
Works scheduled for April-June 2018

Oakwood Road, Oakbank
Works scheduled for Feb 2018

Swamp Road, Lenswood
Works scheduled for Jan-April 2018

Total value $300,000
Hartley Vale Road, Kenton Valley
Works scheduled for March-April 2018
Valley Road, Montacute
Works scheduled for March-April 2018

Total value $800,000. Construction will be carried out mainly in the second half of 2017/18.
Birdwood, Kersbrook, Stirling, Woodside – pump shed replacements and valve automation works
Mt Torrens – Gravity\Rising main upgrade
Works scheduled for Feb-May 2018

Total value $1,600,000. Council endorsed a footpath construction program across all townships, including replacement of existing as well as upgrades and new footpaths. Main projects include:
Olivedale St, Birdwood
Works scheduled for Jan-Feb 2018
Piccadilly Road, Crafers
Works scheduled for March-April 2018
Scott Street, Kersbrook
Works scheduled for Jan-Feb 2018
Sheoak Road, Crafers West
Works scheduled for March-April 2018

Fairview Road, Aldgate - traffic improvements for Aldgate Primary School
Works scheduled for Jan-Feb 2018

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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