Maintenance and Capital Works

Maintenance and Capital Works
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We have an on-going program of capital works, as well as infrastructure upgrades to ensure that standards are kept high. Works and projects We have an on-going program of capital works, as well as infrastructure upgrades to ensure that standards are kept high.  
Buildings
Drainage
Parks
Roads
​2018-19 projects​

A record $90.1 million will be invested in hundreds of projects in 2018-19, including:

  • $31 million for roads and transport;
  • $10.9 million for buildings;
  • $8.1 million for parks and recreation;
  • $7.3 million for town centre upgrades;
  • $3.9 million for footpaths and boardwalks;
  • $3.7 million for bridges;
  • $3.2 million for recreational equipment;
  • $1.7 million for water quality and waterways;
  • $1.3 million for car parks;
  • $1.2 million for stormwater drainage;
  • $250,000 for bus stops.​​

The projects, which have been identified and prioritised for 2018-19, were selected based on the condition of existing assets and feedback from residents.  More than 10,000 residents told us they want Canterbury-Bankstown to be safe and strong; clean and green; prosperous and innovative; moving and integrated; healthy and active; liveable and distinctive; and leading and engaged, by 2028 (see cb.city/cbcity2028)​​.​

2018-2019 Capital Expenditure Program​​

We have an on-going program of capital works as well as upgrades to buildings, parks, playgrounds and roads across the area, to ensure that standards are kept high.

Current projects

Road

Road Improvements - Tyalgum Avenue, Panania
New Traffic Lights - Lakemba Street, Lakemba
New Roundabout - Hunter Street, Condell Park
Road improvements - Hixson & Chapel Roa​d, Bankstown
Road Upgrade - Cory Aven​ue, Padstow​
Road Closure - Shenton Avenue, Bankstown
Road Rehabilitation - Chapel Road, Ban​kstown
Road Rehabilitation - Avonlea Crescen​t, Bass Hill​
Pedestrian Crossing - Greenfield Parade, Bankstown
New Roundabout - Intersection Earlwood & Gueudecourt Avenues, Earlwood
Road Rehabilitation - Viola Street, Punchbowl
Road Rehabilitation - Nicholas Avenue, Campsie
Black Spot Program 2018-19 - Tudor Street, Belmore
Roundabout Construction - Helen Street at Proctor Parade, Sefton 
Roundabout Construction - Dennis an​d Gillies Street, Lakemba
Road Rehabilitation - The Broa​dway, Punchbowl
Road Reha​bilitation - Wangee Road, Greenacre​

Footpath

Other

Old Riverwood Library - Demolition
Beaconsfield St Refurbishment
Bus Bay Construction - Park Road​, East Hills​
Clemton Park - Installation of a new irrigation system​
Asbestos Remediation - Peac​e Park, Ashbury​
Playing Surface Upgrade - Armour Park - November 2018 to March 2019
Town Centre Up​grade - Canterbury Town Centre Redevelopment (Stage 1)​
Playing Surface Upgrade - Parry Park – 575 Punchbowl Road, Lakemba​
Livvi's Place ​Inclusive Playground - Bankstown City Gardens
New synthetic pitch - Jensen Park, Sefton​

Projects completed in 2017/18​

A total of $22.7 million was invested on roads ​and $5.7 million on footpaths in 2017-18.

​Contact

​​​​For more information, contact Council's Works and Projects Unit ​on 9707 9000​.

Other non-Council related projects impacting local residents

Meccano Set replacement, Hume Highway, Lansvale: temporary road closures
Bankstown Station - Bus Interchange Remedial Works - Stage 3 Works - 23 April to 30 May 2019
South Line and Leppington Line Rail Closure - Sydenham to Glenfield, Liverpool/Glenfield to Leppington - 4 and 5 May 2019     
Routine maintenance on Alfords Point Bridg​e over Georges River, Padstow Heights - Monday 18 ​March to Friday 22 November 2019​
The Hume Highway ‘Meccano Set’, ​Lansdowne - Start of work l January to Friday 28 June 2019​
Landscape maintenance, Menai to Bankstown from Ja​nuary to July 2019​
Essential maintenance on Henry Lawson Drive - Sunday 20 January to​ Friday 17 May 2019​​
The​​​​ Hume Highway 'Meccano Set', Lansdowne - mid​-January 2019 to June 2019
Intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and Bexley Road, Campsie
Intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill
New and extended clearways on Henry Lawson Drive, Forest Road and Stoney Creek Road -  commencing 5 November 2018
Upgrading Wiley Park Water Pumping Station - Will take approximately 12 months to complete starting October 2018
New and extended weekday clearways on Henry​ Lawson Drive, Forest Road and Stoney Creek Road​
New and extended weekday clearways on Henry Lawson Drive, Forest Road and Stoney Creek Road
​New M5 Bexley North - Barrier removal and placement work & Overhead pedestrian footbridge - from 2 April 2018 for 18 months
Widening of Stacey Street and Fairford Road, Bankstown, by RMS - Commencing mid-2018