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Over the past six months, more than 100 projects have been completed, or are under construction,
in the City of Canterbury Bankstown, including the Paul Keating Park outdoor reading area.
Mayor Khal Asfour said Paul Keating Park and Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre precinct
have been transformed into a modern community space, where people could play, mingle and relax.
“The outdoor reading area is the latest addition and people are already using it which is great to
see,” Mayor Asfour said.
“I expect it to become even more popular now we have moved into summer, particularly in the early evening.”
Two LED light trees have also been installed in front of the Library and Knowledge Centre, next to
the existing water feature.
Mayor Asfour said Council is on track to complete its $72.4 million 2017-18 Capital Works Program.
“A total of 67 projects, valued at $6.9 million, were completed in the first three months of the
financial year alone, including 45 transport projects, 13 building projects, and four sport and
recreation projects,” Mayor Asfour said.
“This means our community now has access to better roads, footpaths, facilities, parks and sporting
But, more needs to be done as part of our commitment to make Canterbury-Bankstown an
even better place to live in, visit and enjoy.”
Some of the projects scheduled to be completed by the end of the month (weather permitting),
• Stacey Street, Bankstown
• Dewar Street, Campsie
• Seventh Avenue, Campsie
• Wairoa Street, Campsie
• Homer Lane, Earlwoord
• Taylor Street, Lakemba
• Marigold Street, Revesby
• Chapel Street, Roselands
• Clio Street, Wiley Park
• Edge Street, Wiley Park
• Caldwell Parade, Yagoona
• Chelmsford Avenue, Bankstown
• Olympic Parade, Bankstown
• Miller Road, Chester Hill
• Birdwood Road, Georges Hall
• Chiswick Road, Greenacre
• Clissold Avenue and Burns Street, Campsie.
For more information, visit cb.city/projects
13/12/2017 11:54 AM