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Oatley Bowling Club site remediation to commence in New Year


At the Council meeting on Monday night, Georges River Council awarded the contract for site remediation works to be carried out at the former Oatley Bowling Club site.

The site, now closed to the public, will undergo extensive remediation works to enable it to be used in the future for community open space and recreation. 

Community engagement was conducted earlier in the year, with designs for the remediation presented at a community workshop about the Draft Plan of Management being currently prepared for the site. The Draft Plan of Management and Masterplan will be considered by Council for endorsement for public exhibition shortly.

Remediation works to be carried out at the site include:
  • Management of asbestos impacted material, including appropriate site establishment, controls, notifications, disposal/movement and certifications;
  • Necessary excavation, disposal, dewatering and shoring to enable construction and reinstatements of the site;
  • Import and reuse of material onsite to develop appropriate levels;
  • Construction and landscaping of gabion retaining structures;
  • Consolidation of the site to meet designated surface conditions and levels.

Remediation works are to commence in February 2021 with completion expected in August 2021.
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