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1st August, 2006

 

 

WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING

 

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANDWICK WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, TOWN HALL, 90 AVOCA STREET, RANDWICK, ON TUESDAY,

8TH AUGUST, 2006 AT 6:00 P.M.

 

 

Committee Members:               His Worship the Mayor, Cr T. Seng, Crs Andrews (Deputy Chairperson), Belleli, Hughes, Matson, (Chairperson) Notley-Smith, Tracey & White.

 

Quorum:                                   Five (5) members.

 

NOTE: AT THE EXTRAORDINARY MEETING HELD ON 28TH SEPTEMBER, 2004, THE COUNCIL RESOLVED THAT THE WORKS COMMITTEE BE CONSTITUTED AS A COMMITTEE WITH FULL DELEGATION TO DETERMINE MATTERS ON THE AGENDA.

 

 

1           Apologies

 

2           Minutes

 

CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, 11TH JULY, 2006.

 

3           Declaration of Pecuniary & Non-Pecuniary Interests

 

4           Addresses to Committee by the Public

 

5           Works

 

5.1                      

DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES' REPORT 57/2006 - FEASIBILITY OF CONSTRUCTION OF A SKATE PARK AT OR NEAR LA PEROUSE OR YARRA BAY AND INVESTIGATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A REMOTE CONTROL RACING CAR DIRT TRACK IN LA PEROUSE.

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5.2                      

DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES' REPORT 58/2006 - BLENHEIM PLAYGROUND UPGRADE.

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5.3                      

DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES' REPORT 59/2006 -    STREETSCAPE RENEWAL PROGRAMME.

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6           Notice of Rescission Motions

 

 

 

 

 

…………………………….

GENERAL MANAGER


 

Director, City Services' Report 57/2006

 

 

SUBJECT:

Feasibility of construction of a skate park at or near La Perouse or Yarra Bay and investigation of the construction of a remote control racing car dirt track in La Perouse .

 

 

DATE:

26 July, 2006

FILE NO:

F2004/07601

 

 

 

REPORT BY:            DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES  

 

 

INTRODUCTION:

 

Council at its meeting held on 13th December 2005, resolved on the Motion of Councillor Belleli and Councillor Woodsmith that:

 

“A report for Council be prepared that addresses the feasibility of a skate park at or near La Perouse or Yarra Bay. The report is to consider location, costing and funding sources and type of construction (i.e. steel or concrete)”

 

Council subsequently resolved at its meeting held on 28th March 2006, on the Motion of Councillor Belleli and Councillor Notley-Smith that:

 

Council investigates and reports back to the Works Committee on the construction of a dirt track in La Perouse for remote control racing cars with a possible site being alongside the proposed skate park which Council is currently investigating.”

 

This report investigates the requirements for both recreational facilities.

 

ISSUES:

 

Randwick City Council has a Regional skate park facility located at Maroubra Beach which was constructed as one of the final stages of the Maroubra Beach POM project.  There are no known remote control racing tracks in the LGA or surrounding Council areas.

 

This report examines the feasibility and some of the requirements for such facilities.

 

A number of factors need to be considered for the construction of a skate park.  Matters that need to be considered include scale, construction type, budget, location, land management context, access to public transport and other services, surveillance, vandalism, risk assessment, OH&S and users’ needs.

 

Scale:  As mentioned earlier in this report, the existing Maroubra Beach skate park is a regional scale facility. It is a well designed and well rated track known by many skaters Australia wide.  The facility cost in excess of $450,000 and maintenance is an ongoing expense related to vandalism and the need to limit any potential exposure to OH&S related issues and minimisation of risk.  The scale of a potential facility for the La Perouse/Yarra Bay area has not been determined but it is not expected to be at the same level as the skate park at Maroubra Beach.

 

Construction Type:  The skate park facility at Maroubra Beach is constructed of in situ reinforced concrete, this being the most common type of construction for such facilities.  Some companies provide a prefabricated modular construction service primarily for the walls, curves, slides, banks etc.  A concrete infill for the base of such facilities is usually required.  Other construction types include all steel and a combination of steel and timber.  Council constructed an all steel facility some years ago in Heffron Park but this proved not to be a suitable construction type for the Randwick LGA owing to the particularly corrosive local environment.

 

Budget:  The Maroubra Beach skate park has an area of approximately 1000 square metres and given its location and scale, would be described a regional facility.  The original construction price together with subsequent modifications to perimeter fencing and other additions cost in excess of $450,000.  Design and construction management fees would be additional to this figure.  A smaller scale facility would cost considerably less but a facility providing minimum of features desirable to the skating community would cost in the vicinity of $300,000.

 

Location:  The construction of Randwick’s first skate park in Heffron Park in the late 1980’s and the more recent construction of the second skate park at Maroubra Beach both proved to be difficult projects.  Whilst there was support for both projects, in both instances Council was involved in significant debate concerning the chosen locations with residents and community groups not wanting the facility constructed close to them for a myriad of reasons.  It is anticipated that any chosen location in the La Perouse/Yarra Bay area will result in similar debates.

 

Within the La Perouse/Yarra Bay areas Council has ownership or care, control and management of the open space areas shown in the following table:

 

Suburb

Park/Reserve Name

La Perouse

Cann Park

Frenchmans Bay Reserve

Woomera Reserve

Yarra Bay

Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park

 

 

Nearby Suburbs

Phillip Bay

Fred Williams Reserve

 

 

Chifley

Dr Walters Park

 

 

 

Given the above list of parks and reserves, Woomera Reserve is considered the most likely candidate as a site for a potential skate park as it best fits site selection criteria described in this report.  However, it is not considered an ideal site as it lacks some of the other key elements described within this report.

 

Land management context:  Council prepared a Plan of Management for the Frenchmans Bay Reserves in 2001 and more recently undertook a substantial consultative process in relation to the development of plans for the completion of  Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park.  In both instances, the provision of a skate park was not identified as a required facility within the consultative process.  The lack of identification of such a facility has resulted in the Plan of Management for Frenchmans Bay making no provision for such a facility. Should Council wish to pursue Frenchmans Bay as a potential site, the POM would need to be revised accordingly.  Additionally, the Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park plan has made no provision for a skate park.

 

Following the selection of a potentially suitable site, a consultative process would be required followed by the preparation of detailed plans and lodgement of a development application.

 

Access to public transport and other services:  During the development of the plans for the Maroubra Beach skate park, good access to public transport was considered an important aspect to ensure success of the facility.  Not all the above identified parks and reserves meet this criteria.  Council also considered that access to a public phone was also an important requirement for such a facility.  Provision of a public phone close to a skate park in some of the potential locations identified above may not be feasible.

 

Surveillance:  Both active and passive surveillance of the skate park site was considered a requirement in relation to the selection of the site for the Maroubra Beach skate park.  The Local Area Command was involved in a Key Stakeholder consultative meetings following the construction of the Maroubra Beach skate park and advised that high visibility for such a facility were important considerations and that the Local Area Command would be able to monitor activities at the skate park through regular patrols of the area.

 

In terms of its location, a prominent public location would ensure that “passive” surveillance was available at all times by passers by and other parkland users.  This could potentially minimise the potential for vandalism and other anti-social behaviour that is sometimes associated with such facilities.

 

Risk Assessment/OH&S:  Council’s Risk Manager has advised that a comprehensive risk assessment would need to be undertaken for such a proposal.  Participation in skating activities is recognised as a high risk activity.  The facility also needs to be regularly inspected to ensure that it remains safe and free from broken glass and other debris and that slide rails and other key components of the skate park have not deteriorated or become damaged or dangerous for users.

 

Interestingly, the contractor for the Maroubra Beach skate park having constructed several such facilities indicated that it was in their experience that within the first three to six months following completion of the skate park, Council could expect a number of injuries to skaters.  The frequency of injury would reduce once users improved their skills and became accustomed to the facility.  This proved to be correct and a number of the injuries were quite severe.  A record of injuries sustained was kept by Council’s Beach Inspectors whose office is located only a short distance away.  Provision of first aid was regularly required from Council’s Beach Inspectors.   No such assistance can be provided at any of the identified parks and reserves in the La Perouse or Yarra Bay areas.

 

Vandalism:   Vandalism remains an ongoing issue and expense at the Maroubra Beach Skate Park.  Graffiti is common as is damage to fencing, bins, drinking fountains and the adjacent landscaping.  It is not expected to be any less of an ongoing issue at any other such facility.  Council needs to recognise that there is a significant associated cost with the provision of such a facility.

 

Radio Controlled Racing Track

 

The participation in radio controlled racing is generally limited and the extent to which Randwick residents participate or would participate in such an activity is not known at this time.  Preliminary investigations indicate that the activity involves scale model cars that are either track based or off road.  Scales are in the range of one to ten or one to eight with cars being either electric (battery) or gas (nitro or nitrogen).

 

There are only a small number of ‘formal’ radio controlled race tracks within the Sydney region.  One such facility is located at the Castle Hill Showground, being an ‘off-road’ track with an adjacent viewing deck.  It is estimated that the track is in the vicinity of 60 metres in length.  It would appear that apart from the few formal tracks, most of the ‘track’ racing occurs in car parks, basketball courts or similarly surfaced areas.

 

There are many similarities in the issues between the provision of a skate park and radio controlled race track.  However, without knowing the demand for such a facility, it is difficult to determine whether the expenditure can be justified.  This matter aside, the provision of open space in La Perouse is limited and it does not appear that there is an appropriate site under Council’s ownership or care, control and management that would be suitable for such a facility.

 

RELATIONSHIP TO CITY PLAN:

 

The relationship with the City Plan is as follows:

 

Outcome 5:     Excellence in recreation and lifestyle opportunities

 

Direction 5a:  Maximise opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy both active and passive open space uses

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT STATEMENT:

 

The financial impact to Council in relation to the provision of a skate park would be dependant upon the scale of facility that may be provided.  A small skate park could cost in the order of $300,000 for design, documentation and construction.  Recurring maintenance costs would also need to be considered.  A larger facility would necessitate the provision of additional capital expenditure with the Maroubra Beach skate park being an example of a project costing in the order of $450,000.

 

The construction of an off road or dirt track for radio controlled racing purposes is estimated to be in the order of $60,000.  No provision has been made in the 2006-07 budget for these facilities.

 

CONCLUSION:

 

The provision of a skate park with the Randwick LGA has proven in the past to be a difficult matter for Council to resolve given the varying perspectives which exist within the community in relation to such a facility.  This, coupled with a lack of information relating to demand and a lack of appropriate sites makes the selection process even more difficult.  Similarly, the lack of information concerning the participation in radio controlled model car racing makes consideration of such a facility also a difficult.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

 

That the report be received and noted.

 

ATTACHMENT/S:

 

Nil.

 

 

 

 

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………………………………

JORDE FRANGOPLES

JOHN CALVANI

DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES

CO-ORDINATOR, PARKS AND RECREATION

 


 

Director, City Services' Report 58/2006

 

 

SUBJECT:

BLENHEIM PLAYGROUND UPGRADE .

 

 

DATE:

24 July, 2006

FILE NO:

PRO10172/2005

 

 

REPORT BY:            DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES  

 

INTRODUCTION:

 

Randwick City Council as part of its 2005-06 Capital Works Budget allocated $140,000 to upgrade the playground in Blenheim Park, Coogee. The new playground has been designed in response to site conditions, to meet the needs of local residents and in response to a Community Consultation. On the 12th July 2006 Council received a letter signed by a number of close by residents outlining concerns they have in regards to the construction of the new playground and requesting supplementary works to the reserve.

 

The construction of the playground was to commence in August 2006. The equipment for the playground has been purchased and quotation for the upgrade works has been accepted by Council.  

 

BACKGROUND:

 

In September 2005, Council staff held on site Community Consultation with local residents at Blenheim Park. A concept design was presented to the participants, this design showed a new playground to be relocated down the hill from the existing playground towards the east of the park. The decision for this relocation was as follows:

 

·    To assist in minimising impact on views of residents from any future shade structure over the playground.

·    To locate the playground  into the middle of the reserve so that it is more accessible and equitable from both sides of the reserve

·    To minimise impact of any noise from the playground on nearby residents.

 

Council undertakes community consultations to ensure that residents have the opportunity for input on the playground design. The major outcome of the Blenheim Park Consultation was that residents supported the relocated playground and the types of equipment that would be installed. At this time a number of residents highlighted view issues that may occur due to the installation of a shade structure. They also discussed various maintenance issues in regards to the Park.

 

Following on from the Consultation, Council progressed the playground design and produced cost estimates. It became evident that the steepness of the site originally proposed would cause a disproportionate amount of the budget to be spent on retaining and therefore not be available for play equipment. In order to make sure that as much of the budget as possible was spent on play equipment, the playground site was moved approximately 20 metres to the east. This new site is safer, flatter and more accessible, located in an open area towards the centre of the park, adjacent to the main pathway, and close to existing lighting (refer attachment 1).

 

A resident in May 2006 contacted the Council to discuss his concerns about the playground.  In response, Council’s Landscape Architect met with the resident and explained that the playground had been relocated to the south eastern side of the park.  The resident advised that he supported this location.  Council subsequently received a letter, dated 22nd May from the resident that he supported the location of the playground and upgraded facilities within the park.  As a consequence of this support the Landscape Design Team continued with the design development and documentation of the playground.

 

On 5th July 2006, Council sent an information leaflet to residents advising that the proposed playground was to be relocated to the south eastern side of the park.

 

ISSUES:

 

A letter, dated 12th July 2006 (refer attachment 2) from residents of eight nearby properties states the following:

 

·    The location of the proposed playground away from the street frontage would encourage an unsafe place of undesirables that already frequent the park. Proposed trees adjacent to the playground would further hide the park from the street frontage.

 

·    The shade structure would encourage uses such as drinking, drug taking and anti social behaviour at night.

 

Council’s Landscape Design Team believes that they have addressed these issues as part of the new playground design and with the support of the Community Consultation. The new shade structure proposed for the playground is in response to Council’s adopted resolution. The structure is currently the subject of a separate development application. 

 

Further the letter from the residents makes the following suggestions for how the funds for the upgraded playground should be utilised in the general reserve. A response to these proposals is also provided in the following table:

 

RESIDENT SUGGESTIONS

COUNCIL RESPONSE

1. To install new and upgrade existing play equipment in the existing playground location.

The site of the existing playground could be upgraded. However this would be different to what was agreed to at the Community Consultation.

Under current Council Resolution a Shade Structure is to be provided over the playgrounds. A Shade Structure over the existing playground may substantially impact on the views of some nearby residents.

RESIDENT RESPONSE

COUNCIL RESPONSE

 

2.   Provision of bollard-type lighting near the playground to minimise anti-social behaviour.

There are a number of issues with bollard type lighting. It is unlikely that this type of lighting would assist in security of the park as the lighting levels are not greater than the ambient light from other sources. Vandalism and maintenance is high.

Providing power to these lights may be disproportionately expensive.

 

The proposed playground is located in close proximity to existing park lighting.

 

3.   Installation of regulation signage.

The Regulation Signage will be installed as part of the Playground Upgrade

 

4.  Levelling of grassed area east of the existing fenced area for ball games e.g. cricket and football.

Council is prepared to commit up to $5000 to level areas of the Park; this will assist in the playing of informal ball games. It should be understood that this park is only suitable for informal ball games.

 

5. Provision for disposal dog droppings.

A dog litter bin and appropriate signage will be provided as part of the playground upgrade works

 

6. Locking of taps to prevent inappropriate use.

Council will be changing the tap components so that they can be locked.

 

7.  Ground stabilisation to the north eastern section of the Park.

There is unstable ground at the eastern end of the reserve. Due to the sandy soil conditions and steepness of the slope it is a common problem in this area. Although it is agreed by Council that this is unsightly the treatment of the bank is not funded as part of this project.

 

 

RELATIONSHIP TO CITY PLAN:

 

The relationship with the City Plan is as follows:

 

Outcome 5:     Excellence in recreation and lifestyle opportunities

 

Direction 5a:  Maximise opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy both active and passive open space uses

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT STATEMENT:

 

Randwick City Council has allocated $140,000 to upgrade the playground in Blenheim Reserve, Coogee.

 

CONCLUSION:

 

The new playground includes play equipment, new furniture, safety fencing, bike track, soft fall and planting. Some residents have raised concerns in relation to security, safety and maintenance issues in the park.

 

As stated earlier in keeping with Council’s standard project delivery process Council has already completed the design, documentation and quotation process for the playground. Council has purchased play equipment, furniture and labour to a total cost of approximately $90,000. It was anticipated that construction would commence by August 2006. There maybe some costs associated with any amendment to the works at this time.

 

Most of the concerns raised in the letter dated 12th July will be addressed by Council by undertaking the playground works. An appropriate Community Consultation was undertaken for the new playground and the needs of the broader community met. It therefore seems appropriate to undertake the playground upgrade works as currently designed.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

 

That the playground in Blenheim Park including the shade structure be constructed as per the current design and that the additional works as outlined in the Table in the report are undertaken in response to concerns raised by residents.

 

ATTACHMENTS:

 

1.  Map showing original agreed location and new proposal location.

2.  Letter dated 12th July, 2006, from residents. 

 

 

 

 

 

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JORDE FRANGOPLES

HAYLEY SEGEDIN

DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT


Attachment 1

 


Attachment 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Director, City Services' Report 59/2006

 

 

SUBJECT:

Streetscape Renewal Programme.

 

 

DATE:

27 July, 2006

FILE NO:

F2004/00171 xr F2004/06877

 

 

 

REPORT BY:            DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES   

 

 

INTRODUCTION:

 

This report is submitted in response to Council Resolution W11 from Council’s Works Committee Meeting of 11 April 2006 requesting as follows:

 

(a)        the report be received and noted;

 

(b)        a report be brought back to Council within three (3) months to introduce a five (5) year programme with budgeting, works and areas each year to encourage beautification of our city in such ways as low level flowers/shrubs and native planting in areas such as roundabouts, gateways and exits in each suburb in the Council area; and.

 

(c)        where possible, landscaping considerations be taken into account in the design of roundabouts etc.

 

ISSUES:

 

The report discusses the results of a survey of potential planting areas and existing planted areas at major intersections, major entry points to the LGA, high profile areas on naturestrips along major roadways and in commercial areas.

 

Report

 

Landscape Proposal.

 

Attachment 1 to this report lists the areas identified for landscape treatment or upgrade and provides a brief  description of each site and suggested treatment together with an estimated cost for landscaping and associated traffic control as required.

Attachment 2 to the report lists the sites identified as a high priority and to be landscaped utilising an amount of $74,000.00 allocated within the Capital Works Programme 2006/2007.  In addition to funding in the operating budget for maintenance of existing planning.

 

The criteria for prioritising sites to be landscaped are as follows:

 

1.       High priority comprise sites at prominent locations on major roads and/ or at highly visible locations;

 

2.       Medium priority comprise sites that have a high visibility and/or have been previously landscaped and have declined due to age; and

 

3.       Low priority comprise sites that are in areas of high visibility, have a reasonable visual appearance currently however, need upgrading to enhance their appearance.

 

Comments concerning the proposed Streetscape Renewal Programme are as follows.

 

The criteria for plant species selection will utilise in part the requirements within the abovementioned Resolution to utilise “low level flowers/shrubs and native planting…”

 

Further considerations will include:

 

1.       Selection of species that require minimum attention to reduce the need for constant maintenance such as pruning, removal of spent flower heads, trimming for shape and spraying for insect and disease;

 

2.       Selection of species to grow to a low height to avoid impairment to vision of both drivers and pedestrians;

 

3.       Selection of species to provide a variety of colours, textures and growth shapes;

 

4.       Consideration of the surrounding, local visual environment to each site when selecting species; and

 

5.       Consideration of the local growing conditions including shade, sun exposure and salt tolerance when selecting species.

 

The cost estimate of $84.00 per square metre for the landscaping of each site as noted within Attachment 1 is for the following per metre squared:

 

Preparation of the site to be planted including spraying and removal of grass and weed growth, removal of the top 100mm of soil, replacement with an organic enriched soil mix and level for planting;

 

Supply and planting of four plants (per square metre) with moisture retention crystals;

Provision and spreading of compost and surface mulch provided from Council’s recycling programme; and

 

Watering in of plantings at time of planting.

Traffic control requirements and will vary with landscaping sites dependant on the road classification and site elements eat intersection, on a nature strip planting a median etc.

The estimate of costs for traffic control is a general estimate which will need refining at each location to be landscaped.

 

The continuing maintenance of planted sites including regular watering of plantings, litter control, weeding and maintenance to plants can be accommodated initially utilising existing resources however, as the number of planted sites increase in future years consideration will need to be given to increasing resources to successfully maintain the planted areas.

 

Programming of Works.

 

Council’s abovementioned Resolution call for a five year programme to implement these works. The total estimated cost to complete the landscape programme is approximately $1,021,133.00.

 

Council has approved an amount of $74,000.00 within the Capital Works Programme 2006/2007 for the commencement of planting of these sites.

 

This allocation will fund the landscaping of  locations listed in Attachment 2 as high priority sites.

 

It is suggested therefore that the high priority projects listed within Attachment 2 of this report be approved to allow works to proceed.

 

RELATIONSHIP TO CITY PLAN:

The relationship to the City Plan is as follows:

Outcome 6:     A Liveable City

Direction6b:   Our town centres, beaches, public places and streets are safe, inviting, clean and support a recognisable image of our City

FINANCIAL IMPACT STATEMENT:

 

Funding has been allocated in this year’s budget for these works.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

 

That the report be received and noted.


ATTACHMENT/S:

 

1.  Streetscape Renewal Program

2.  Streetscape Renewal Program - Final Selection       

 

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………………………………

JORDE FRANGOPLES

 

DIRECTOR, CITY SERVICES

 

 


 

                                                STREETSCAPE RENEWAL PROGRAM

ATTACHMENT 1

Map No. refers to the Tile No. on the 1:1800 aerial photographs (black and white series)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Landscaping cost per sq m

$84

 

Traffic control cost per day

$1,280

 

 

 

Map No.

Item No.

Priority

Street , Intersection

Type eg Blister, medium etc..

Area (m²)

Length of time to complete

Existing structure eg. Concrete, paving, grass, shrubs..

Type of preparation and proposed work

Cost of landscaping

Cost of traffic control

Total cost

31

1

high

Anzac Pde (near the intersection of Alison Rd and Dacey Ave)

Medium strip

286

2

*2x long garden beds in medium strip                                         *Weeds

*Weed/mulch                                 *Remove dead shrubs and replace

$24,024

$2,560

$26,584

33

1

high

Cnr Avoca St/ Darley Rd

Grass section at end of cul-de-sac (encom -passed by footpath)

127

2

*Grassed area                           *Hills Fig

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with shade tolerant species such as ferns and flax etc..

$10,668

$2,560

$13,228

37

1

medium

Lenthall St

Blister beds (x7)

33

1

Planting of Nandina and Alysium

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers

$2,772

$1,280

$4,052

38

1

medium

Lenthall St

Blister beds (x8)

32

1

Nandina garden

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers

$2,688

$1,280

$3,968

 

2

medium

cnr Lenthall/ Todman Ave

Kerbside garden (3 beds)

95

1

Rundown garden and open soil

*Re-establish border                         *Replant g'covers and mulch

$7,980

$1,280

$9,260

 

3a

medium

Todman Ave/ Kensington Rd

Round'a'bout blister

10

0.25

Livistona and g'covers

*Prune old leaves off Livistona and replant base with g'covers

$840

$320

$1,160

 

3b

low

Todman Ave/

Kensington Rd

Kerbside garden beds (located at all 4 corners of the intersection)

118

1

*Grass for 3 of the verges.          

 *A garden bed in the SW corner

*Remove existing garden bed in SE corner                                            *Poison grass                                  *Top-dress and mulch                        *Plant out with small shrubs and groundcovers (g'covers)

$9,912

$1,280

$11,192

 

 

4

medium

Addison Ave/ Anzac Pde

Roadside grass verge

70

1

Grass

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with medium to large shrubs                                             *Allow space for pedestrian access

$5,880

$1,280

$7,160

 

38

5

high

Anzac Pde (south of Todman

Medium strip

103

1

*Grass and 2 mulched beds       

*Chinese Tallowood and London Plane Trees                                 *1x bed adjacent to Todman Ave on medium strip

*Install another 3 garden beds to continue with the existing 2 beds and plant out all 5 beds with semi shade tolerant species as they are located beneath deciduous trees                   *The bed that will be located at the very intersection of Todman and Anzac should comprise masses of flowering annuals

$8,652

$1,280

$9,932

 

 

6

low

Anzac Pde (north of Todman

Medium strip

300

1

Garden beds of Westringia and Diosma

*Replace dead Diosma

$25,200

$1,280

$26,480

 

 

7

high

Anzac Pde/ Doncaster Ave (In front of Midas on the corner)

Nature strip

85

1

*Grass                                     *Concrete (20m²)                          *2 Plane trees

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Remove concrete                             *Install garden of large native shrubs

 

$7,140

$1,280

$8,420

 

39

1

high

Alison Rd/ Doncaster Ave (south east corner)

*Open grass area              *Nature strip

107

1

*Grass                                     *Flag poles

*Install garden bed in front of flag poles                                               *Give plenty of colour in plant selection

$8,988

$1,280

$10,268

 

 

2a

high

Darley Rd/ Alison Rd (North east Corner of intersection between Darley Rd off-shoot and Alison Rd)

Blister bed/Pedestrian access for road crossing

34

0.25

Grass

*widen existing concrete path by 1-2 m's for pedestrians to the east          

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                                 *Plant out with g'covers or native grasses

 

$2,856

$320

$3,176

 

39

2b

high

Darley Rd/ Alison Rd (North east Corner of intersection)

Kerbside nature strip

165

1

Grass

*install a path where desire line exists across grassed area (see aerial photo) *Poison//top-dress/mulch                              *Plant out with medium to large shrubs (semi shade tolerant)

 

$13,860

$1,280

$15,140

 

40

1a

medium

Cowper St/ Avoca St (south west corner)

Grass verge

30

0.25

Grass and bare earth

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with g'covers and low shrubs                                            

$2,520

$320

$2,840

 

 

1b

medium

Cowper St/ Avoca St (northwest corner)

Grass verge

17

0.25

Grass and bare earth

"

$1,428

$320

$1,748

 

 

1c

medium

Cowper St/ Avoca St (triangle)

Blister

26

0.5

Concrete

*Remove concrete at eastern tip of triangle

$2,184

$640

$2,824

 

 

1d

medium

Cowper St/ Avoca St (bus stop)

Grass verge

146

1

Grass and bare earth

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with g'covers and low shrubs                                            

$12,264

$1,280

$13,544

 

 

2

low

Clovelly Rd/ Market St/ Gilderthorpe ST

Nature strip and kerbside garden bed

25

0.25

Garden bed and weeds

*Replace Lomandra's and Agapanthus

 *Add new shrubs g'covers and mulch

$2,100

$320

$2,420

 

 

3

high

Cnr Avoca St/ Alison Rd (front of old post office)

Concrete footpath

4

0.25

Concrete footpath

4 Planter boxes placed in appropriate locations consisting of flowering annuals for spring and summer

$336

$320

$656

 

41

1

low

Cnr Carrington Rd/ Clovelly Rd

Raised kerbside garden bed at bus stop

90

0.25

Existing garden of Agapanthus, Isolepis and Dianella

*Replace Agapanthus with a suitable native shrub                                      *Mulch

$7,560

$320

$7,880

 

 

2

low

Searle Ave/ Clovelly Rd (opp intersection)

Triangle garden bed

25

0.25

*Tuckeroo, Coastal Tea-tree and Bracelet Honeymyrtle                *Old Lomandra's

*Replace perimeter of Lomandra's (approx. 60)

$2,100

$320

$2,420

 

41

3

medium

Glebe St/ Carrington Rd (north corner)

Nature strip

65

1

Grass slope

*Tiered garden bed of g'covers to small trees (semi shade tolerant species)

$5,460

$1,280

$6,740

 

42

1

medium

Donellan Crt Junction

Blister (triangle)

21

0.5

Broken asphalt

*Remove asphalt                               *Install garden

$1,764

$640

$2,404

 

 

2

high

Boundary St/ Arden St

Round'a'bout blister

8

0.25

*1x Livistona australe                 *Weeds in garden bed

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                                  *Replant out bed

$672

$320

$992

 

44

1

medium

Tressider Ave/ Eastern Ave

Round'a'bout blister

7.1

0.25

*Old Isolepis                              *Eucalyptus robusta (semi mature)

*Remove dead Isolepis                      *Mulch and replant                                         

$596

$320

$916

 

 

2

medium

Barker St/ Houston Rd

Round'a'bout blister

26.4

0.25

*Mature Livistona                       *Dead Nandina                          *Existing tap

*Remove dead fronds from Livistona  

*Remove dead Nandina                   

 *Mulch and plant

$2,218

$320

$2,538

 

 

 

medium

 

Kerbside garden (nature strip)

27.2

0.25

*Garden bed                         *Semi mature Livistona and flax

*Remove dead shrubs                       *Replace plants

$2,285

$320

$2,605

 

45

1

low

Barker St/ Botany St

Grass verges

53

0.5

Grass

*Install garden bed of flowering annuals

$4,452

$640

$5,092

 

46

1

low

Cnr Coogee Bay Rd and Dudley St (south east corner)

Grass verge

185

2

*Area of sloped grass and various trees                                        *Large Fig shading area in the mornings

*Poison/mulch                                  *Plant semi shade tolerant species 

 *Continue concrete path from Coogee Bay Rd up Dudley St (23.5m long x 2m wide)

$15,540

$2,560

$18,100

 

47

1

medium

Arden St/ Alison Rd (bus stop corner.. either side of footpath)

Kerbside garden bed (x2)

87

2

*Grass                                      *Weeds (Acetosa)

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Kerbside bed plant out with g'covers 

*Other bed adjacent to the fence use low to medium natives and a g'cover border

$7,308

$2,560

$9,868

 

47

2

medium

Carrington Rd/ Alison Rd (northwest and southwest corner of crossing)

Kerbside garden (x2)

109

1

*Grass                                     *Telegraph pole

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Low flowering natives

$9,156

$1,280

$10,436

 

 

3

medium

Jn of Howard St, Dudley St and Carr St

Medium strips x3

73

0.5

Beds that are bare and weedy

*Remove existing Agapanthus                                           *Poison weeds                                  *Top-dress and mulch                        *Plant out with tufted native grasses and groundcovers

$6,132

$640

$6,772

 

50

1a

high

Gardner's Rd (at the entrance to the LGA) western blister

Medium strip/Blister bed

120

1

*Grass                                     *Fence running down the centre of the medium strip

*Poison/Top-dress/mulch                   *Plant out with g'covers and a centre of medium shrub that can be hedged                 

$10,080

$1,280

$11,360

 

 

1b

high

Gardner's Rd (next blister eastbound)

"

375

1

"

"

$31,500

$1,280

$32,780

 

 

1c

high

Gardner's Rd (3rd Blister eastbound)

"

500

1

"

"

$42,000

$1,280

$43,280

 

51

1

high

Anzac Pde/ Botany St (south eastern corner of intersection behind bus stop)

Triangular traffic island

900

2

*Grass, trees (Brushbox)            *No o'head wires                       

*Plant various native trees throughout island including Banksia, Euc's and Angophoras

$75,600

$2,560

$78,160

 

 

 

high

Anzac Pde/ Botany St (south eastern corner of intersection just west of bus stop)

Kerbside bed

17

0.25

Grass

*Install garden bed of flowering g'covers

$1,428

$320

$1,748

 

51

2

high

Anzac Pde (lower slope of car park in front of South's Juniors adjacent to northbound traffic

Sloping grass verge

990

3

*Grass                                     *1xPhoenix Palms                   *2xBrushbox                             *1xOlive

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Plant out whole bank with shrubs (small med and lge)

$83,160

$3,840

$87,000

 

 

3a

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Sturt St (First intersection Sth bound on Bunnerong from 5 ways) northern curb

Kerbside garden bed

43.6

1

Grass

*Poison Grass                                 *Top-dress and mulch                                        *Plant out with flowering native g'covers to medium shrubs

$3,662

$1,280

$4,942

 

 

3b

high

Southern kerb

"

53.5

1

"

"

$4,494

$1,280

$5,774

 

 

4a

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Apsley Ave (just sth of bus stop)

"

90

1

"

As above however there is potential for larger shrubs to be planted

$7,560

$1,280

$8,840

 

 

4b

high

North of bus stop

"

42

0.5

"

"

$3,528

$640

$4,168

 

52

1a

medium

Howard St/ Canberra St

Triangular shape grass verge

96

1

*Grass                                        *3 large Eucalypts

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                   *Plant out with g'covers and various native shrubs to compliment Eucalypts            

$8,064

$1,280

$9,344

 

 

1b

high

Oberon St/ Canberra St (cnr)

Garden bed with a Livistona australe

10

0.25

Garden bed and weeds

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers

$840

$320

$1,160

 

53

1

medium

Malabar Rd/ Moverly Rd (cemetery corner)

Garden bed

50

1

Grass

*Create garden of medium to large shrubs and small trees to create  a flowering border to cemetery

$4,200

$1,280

$5,480

 

53

2

medium

Beach St (from Coogee SLSC southbound)

Kerbside finger beds (8 in total)

110

1

*Some existing plantings of westringia and Lomandra's         *Many areas of bare soil

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *Plant out with small to medium shrubs, Westringia seems to be doing well and can also be hedged to prevent growing out over parking bays

 

$9,240

$1,280

$10,520

 

54

1

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Snape St

Kerbside garden bed behind bus stop

17

0.5

*Bus stop                                 *Grass verge

*Poison grass                                  *Top-dress and mulch                       *Plant out with grasses g'covers and low shrubs

$1,428

$640

$2,068

 

 

2

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Storey St (sth  kerb)

Kerbside garden bed

17

0.5

*Grass verge

"

$1,428

$640

$2,068

 

 

3

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Mason St

Kerbside garden bed adjacent to bus stop

28

0.5

"

Plant out with  g'covers due to safety issues regarding visibility.

$2,352

$640

$2,992

 

 

4

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Boyce Rd

Kerbside bed

200

0.5

"

"

$16,800

$640

$17,440

 

56

1

medium

Malabar Rd/ Storey St

Garden bed/nature strip

85

0.1

Bed of Lomandra's and Dianella beneath Heath Banksia's, Honey ball Myrtle and Hakea's

*Extend garden to full size of triangle

 *Fill centre with more Dianella and Lomandra                                         *Plant out perimeter with g'covers

$7,140

$128

$7,268

 

 

2

medium

Malabar Rd/ Torrington Rd (South east corner of intersection)

Kerbside gardens

45

0.5

*Grass                                     *Traffic lights                             *Traffic control box

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *Plant out with small to medium shrubs g'covers and Dianella

$3,780

$640

$4,420

 

56

3

medium

Malabar Rd (nearest x street is Edgecliff Ave)

Kerbside garden

160

1

*Grass verge around bus stop     *Area includes north and south side of bus stop

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with small to medium shrubs

$13,440

$1,280

$14,720

 

58

1

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Fitzgerald aver

Blister bed

37

1

*Grass with a concrete path        *450mm concrete border              *Traffic lights

*Requires a widened concrete (stencilcrete?) pathed section to funnel heavy pedestrian traffic from the neighbouring school                          *Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Mass plant out of g'covers at eastern and western point of garden bed                                 

$3,108

$1,280

$4,388

 

 

2

high

Heffron Park Sign (Fitzgerald Ave/ Bunnerong Rd)

Grass slope (part of batter that borders the fields)

125

2

Bare slope

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Plant out whole bank with shrubs (small med and lge) and colourful display of g'covers

$10,500

$2,560

$13,060

 

 

3

high

Heffron Park (south along Bunnerong Rd from Fitzgerald Ave to the tennis courts)

Roadside

600

3

Grass

*Install 10 beds                                 *Poison grass                                  *Top-dress and mulch                       *Plant out with grasses g'covers and low shrubs

 

$50,400

$3,840

$54,240

 

 

4

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Kingsford St

Kerbside garden beds either side of bus stop

22.5

0.5

*Grass verges with a Eucalyptus robusta (approx. 1.8m high) as a centrepiece in each bed

*Poison top-dress and mulch            *Small native shrubs

$1,890

$640

$2,530

 

58

5

low

Bunnerong Rd/ Cobham

*Large triangle blister        *Small medium blister

170

0.5

*Bed of Doryanthes exelsa, Gazania and Agapanthus

*Requires ongoing maintenance

*Removal of exotic species and replace with suitable local native shrubs and g'covers

$14,280

$640

$14,920

 

 

6

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Cobham

Kerbside slope (North corner of intersection)

34

0.5

Grass

*Plant out in tiers/levels. From g'covers to large shrubs

$2,856

$640

$3,496

 

59

1

medium

Maroubra Rd/ Anzac Pde (westbound on Maroubra)

Medium blister beds

40

2

Mature palms and Agapanthus

*Remove all Agapanthus and create a series of garden beds (approx. 10) beneath the palms

$3,360

$2,560

$5,920

 

 

2a

high

Maroubra Rd/Walsh Ave

Blister

38

0.25

Grass

*Poison grass/ top-dress/ mulch                                  *Plant out with g'covers

$3,192

$320

$3,512

 

 

2b

high

Maroubra Rd/ Walsh Ave

Blister (running southbound on Walsh)

34

0.25

Grass

*Poison grass/top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with g'covers

$2,856

$320

$3,176

 

 

2c

high

Maroubra Rd/Walsh Ave

Grass verge

21

0.5

Grass

*Poison grass/top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with small to medium shrubs

$1,764

$640

$2,404

 

60

1

low

Fitzgerald Ave/ Marine Pde

Raise Round'a'bout

80

3

*Garden bed                         *Irrigation system

*Maintenance

$6,720

$3,840

$10,560

 

 

 

low

"

Blister beds (x2)

26.5

0.25

Garden bed

*Maintenance

$2,226

$320

$2,546

 

 

 

low

"

Kerbside beds (x2)

190

1

Garden bed

*Maintenance

$15,960

$1,280

$17,240

 

 

2

medium

Maroubra Rd/ Malabar Rd

*2x Medium blisters triangle and a long strip)          *1x Kerbside nature strip

70

2

*Concrete                                  *Old Kikuyu

*Remove concrete                             *Poison//top-dress/mulch                                  *Plant out with native grasses and g'covers

 

$5,880

$2,560

$8,440

 

62

1

high

Bunnerong Rd (from St Agnes traffic lights to Daunt Ave)

Medium/blister

330

2

*Existing palms and Gymea Lilly's and garden beds of Agapanthus and Phormium         *Issue of pedestrian's crossing medium strip.. May need to install a fence to funnel pedestrians towards crossings

*Remove existing shrubs but keep palms and Gymea Lilly's                   *Continue theme of Gymea Lilly's and plant out with flowering g'covers

$27,720

$2,560

$30,280

 

 

2

high

Bunnerong Rd (from Daunt Ave to Beauchamp Rd)

Medium/blister

336

2

"

"

$28,224

$2,560

$30,784

 

 

3

high

Bunnerong Rd (Jersey Rd to Beauchamp Rd)

Medium strip

310

3

Long grassed strip

*Poison Grass                                 *Top-dress and mulch                        *Install bed of flowering g'covers and low shrubs as an entrance to Matraville centre

$26,040

$3,840

$29,880

 

63

1

medium

Malabar Rd/ Beauchamp Rd

Round'a'bout blister

132

1

*Grassed centre                        *Concrete path at perimeter        *No o'head wires

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                  *Plant single mature tree as a centre-piece                                               *Mass planting of native grasses

$11,088

$1,280

$12,368

 

 

2

medium

Malabar Rd (north of round'a'bout)

Medium strip

38

1

Grassed area

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Mass planting of native grasses   

$3,192

$1,280

$4,472

 

66

1

low

Cnr Perry St/ Beauchamp Rd

Corner verge

24.5

1

Some grass, open soil

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                                *Plant out with small shrubs and g'covers

 

$2,058

$1,280

$3,338

 

67

1

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

Medium strip/Blister beds

675

3

Grass

*Poison// top-dress/ mulch                                    *plant out with flowering g'covers

$56,700

$3,840

$60,540

 

 

2

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

 

 

 

 

*Create a perimeter garden bed of g'covers and low shrubs                  

 *Will need a concrete path installed for pedestrian access due to a desire line running from bus stop

$0

$0

$0

 

 

3

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

 

 

 

 

*install feature plants here

$0

$0

$0

 

 

4

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

 

 

 

 

*refer to 2

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5a

medium

Bunnerong Rd /Perry St (from intersection southbound to Harold St)

Medium/blister

211

2

Grass

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *Plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers                          *Install stencilcrete between beds to reduce time for mowing??

$17,724

$2,560

$20,284

 

 

5b

medium

Bunnerong Rd / Perry St (from intersection westbound)

Medium/blister

110

2

*Bed of scattered Doryanthes exelsa and Agapanthus

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *Plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers                             *Install stencilcrete between beds to reduce time for mowing??

$9,240

$2,560

$11,800

 

 

5c

medium

Bunnerong Rd / Perry St (from intersection eastbound)

Medium/blister

6

0.25

Bare soil

*Continue theme

$504

$320

$824

 

67

6

medium

Bunnerong Rd / Perry St (from intersection northbound to crossing lights)

Medium/blister

277

1

*Existing palms and Gymea Lilly's and garden beds of Agapanthus and Phormium         *Issue of pedestrian traffic crossing medium strip.. May need to install a fence to funnel pedestrians towards crossings

*Remove existing shrubs but keep palms and Gymea Lilly's                   *Continue theme of Gymea Lilly's and plant out with flowering g'covers

$23,268

$1,280

$24,548

 

68

1

low

Malabar Jn (at intersection of Prince Edward St)

*Triangular garden bed on Prince Edward St            *2 finger beds in car park

60

1

*Mature Banksia                        *Broken koppers barrier              *Med-large shrub border             *Scattered Agapanthus

*Replace coppice barrier                   *Remove old plants                           *Plant out with strappy leaf species under existing canopy of large shrubs *Mulch

$5,040

$1,280

$6,320

 

69

1

medium

Anzac Pde Malabar (both sides of steps at bus stop on eastern side of Anzac Pde)

2 feature beds

118

0

*scattered sandstone edging in places                                      *Mature Banksia's and Agonis   *Mature shrubs- many dying      *Tap in northern bed                  *Weedy

*Weed/mulch                                 *Remove dead shrubs                      *Improve sandstone border               *Plant out with g'covers to large shrubs

$9,912

$0

$9,912

 

79

1

low

Anzac Pde (Rear to curb parking bays running south from entrance to Botany Bay NP-La Perouse)

5 finger beds (between car parking bays)

37

0.5

*3 southern beds have a feature Angophora costata with some remaining Lomandra's               *2 northern beds have scattered Lomandra's

*Poison/much                                  *Replace Lomandra's and plant Angophora's in the 2 beds that are missing

$3,108

$640

$3,748

 

 

 

low

Anzac Pde (garden beds near entrance to Botany Bay NP-La Perouse)

2 kerbside blisters

107

0.5

*Coastal Rosemary and some Lomandra's                              *Weedy

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *plant out with small to medium shrubs

$8,988

$640

$9,628

 

82

1

low

Endeavour ave (La Perouse)

Kerbside bed

107

0.5

*Mulched garden bed with a row of Lomandra's                           *Weeds

*Requires maintenance                     *Keep Lomandra's                           *Poison weeds                                 *Mulch bed                                      *Plant out western side of bed with small shrubs                                  

$8,988

$640

$9,628

 

TOTAL

10905.3

 

$916,045

$105,088

$1,021,13

 

 


 

             STREETSCAPE RENEWAL PROGRAM - Final Selection

         ATTACHMENT 2

Map No. refers to the Tile No. on the 1:1800 aerial photographs (black and white series)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Landscaping cost per sq m. Labour, plants & mulch

$84

 

Traffic control cost per day

$1,280

 

 

 

 

Map No.

Item No.

Priority

Street , Intersection

Type eg Blister, medium etc..

Area (m²)

Length of time to complete (days)

Existing structure eg. Concrete, paving, grass, shrubs..

Type of preparation and proposed work

Cost of landscaping

Cost of traffic control

Total cost

 

39

1

high

Alison Rd/ Doncaster Ave (south eas t corner)

*Open grass area  *Nature strip

107

1

*Grass                             *Flag poles

*Install garden bed in front of flag poles     *Give plenty of colour in plant selection

$8,988

$1,280

$10,268

 

 

2a

high

Darley Rd/ Alison Rd (North east Corner of intersection between Darley Rd off-shoot and Alison Rd)

Blister bed/ Pedestrian access for road crossing

34

0.25

Grass

*widen existing concrete path by 1-2 m's for pedestrians to the east           *Poison/ /top-dress /mulch                           *Plant out with g'covers or native grasses

$2,856

$320

$3,176

 

42

2

high

Boundary St/ Arden St

Round'a'bout blister

8

0.25

*1x Livistona australe   *Weeds in garden bed

*Poison//top-dress/ mulch                 *Replant out bed

$672

$320

$992

 

50

1a

high

Gardner's Rd (at the entrance to the LGA) western blister

Medium strip/Blister bed

120

1

*Grass                             *Fence running down the centre of the medium strip

*Poison/Top-dress/ mulch                   *Plant out with g'covers and a centre of medium shrub that can be hedged

$10,080

$1,280

$11,360

 

52

1b

high

Oberon St Canberra St (cnr)

Garden bed with a Livistona australe

10

0.25

Garden bed and weeds

*Poison//top-dress/mulch                 *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers

$840

$320

$1,160

 

58

1

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Fitzgerald ave

Blister bed

37

1

*Grass with a concrete path                   *450mm concrete border                      *Traffic lights

*Requires a widened concrete (stencilcrete?) pathed section to funnel heavy pedestrian traffic from the neighbouring school                          *Poison/top-dress/ mulch                    *Mass plant out of g'covers at eastern and western point of garden bed

$3,108

$1,280

$4,388

 

 

2

high

Heffron Park Sign (Fitzgerald Ave/Bunnerong Rd)

Grass slope (part of batter that borders the fields)

125

2

Bare slope

*Poison/top-dress/mulch                    *Plant out whole bank with shrubs (small med and lge) and colourful display of g'covers

$10,500

$2,560

$13,060

 

 

6

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Cobham

Kerbside slope (North corner of intersection)

34

0.5

Grass

*Plant out in tiers/ levels. From g'covers to large shrubs

$2,856

$640

$3,496

 

67

2

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

 

 

 

 

*Create a perimeter garden bed of g'covers and low shrubs                    *Will need a concrete path installed for pedestrian access due to a desire line running from bus stop

$0

$0

$0

 

 

3

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

 

 

 

 

*install feature plants here

$0

$0

$0

 

 

4

high

Bunnerong Rd/ Botany Rd (informal gateway to the LGA)… refer to map reference for each blister

 

 

 

 

*refer to 2

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5a

medium

Bunnerong Rd / Perry St (from intersection southbound to Harold St)

Medium/blister

211

2

Grass

*Poison//top-dress/ mulch                   *Remove old/dead shrubs                 *Plant out with small to medium shrubs and g'covers                 *Install stencilcrete between beds to reduce time for mowing??

$17,724

$2,560

$20,284

 

68

1

low

Malabar Jn (at intersection of Prince Edward St)

*Triangular garden bed on Prince Edward St           

*2 finger beds in car park

60

1

*Mature Banksia            *Broken koppers barrier                     *Med-large shrub border             *Scattered Agapanthus

*Replace coppice barrier                   *Remove old plants   

*Plant out with strappy leaf species under existing canopy of large shrubs      *Mulch

$5,040

$1,280

$6,320

 

TOTAL

$62,664

$11,840

$74,504

 

 

 



 

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