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Local Projects, Peakhurst Ward
 

Hurstville Golf Course Improvement Works (Stage 1)

Works start date: January 2021
Works end date: September 2021* Delays due to COVID-19 construction restrictions
Location: Hurstville Golf Course – Peakhurst Ward
Funding: Funding for Stage 1 of these works has been provided by the NSW Government's Stronger Communities Fund and Hurstville Golf Club.

Stage 1 of the Hurstville Golf Course Improvement project is set to commence and is focused on increasing 'playability' and amenity of the course through the construction of central sections of the course, including the construction of a practice putting green.

The works will include construction of the Ist, 9th and 18th green complexes, a practice putting green, 6th fairway and 5th ladies tee pad, and an 8th ladies tee pad.

A shortened course in sections has been developed in conjunction with relevant stakeholders to ensure continued play of the course during the construction period.

Funding for Stage 1 of these works has been provided by the NSW Government's Stronger Communities Fund and Hurstville Golf Club.

 

Oatley Bowling Club Remediation

Works start date: January 2021
Works end date: October 2021 *delays due to COVID-19 construction work restrictions
Location: Former Oatley Bowling Club Site (River Road, Oatley) – Peakhurst Ward
Funding: 20/21 Infrastructure Plus

This project focuses on the remediation/consolidation of the contaminated former Oatley Bowling Club site, through a combination of excavation, consolidation, capping and offsite disposal to develop a site suitable for future recreational use. Works also include the construction of gabion structures to retain eroding sections of the site.
 
During this project, the Myles Dunphy Reserve trail below the site will be closed to the public. A detour map will be put in place.

 

Salt Pan Creek Spatial Framework

Funding: $200,000 from the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

Canterbury Bankstown and Georges River Councils have commenced a project which will outline potential future upgrades to the Salt Pan Creek corridor of open spaces.

The Salt Pan Creek Open Space Corridor links Bankstown to the Georges River and is surrounded by the suburbs of Lugarno, Peakhurst, Riverwood, Punchbowl, Bankstown, Padstow and Padstow Heights.  It is an important open space corridor for the region, with important ecological communities, mangroves, wetlands, recreational facilities and walking and cycling trails on both sides of the creek. The project aims to strengthen the connection between Bankstown CBD and Salt Pan Creek, improve trails and recreational opportunities surrounding adjacent development uplift, improved bridge crossings and connections to urban centres including Bankstown, Punchbowl, Riverwood, Padstow, Peakhurst and Lugarno.

The proposal for this project has been out for two rounds of community consultation and is currently in the final stages of review.

                
      

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