Dubbo council seeks to re-establish property access in three weeks

REDEVELOPMENT: Dubbo Regional Council has taken the next step in the redevelopment of Wingewarra Street. Photo: File

REDEVELOPMENT: Dubbo Regional Council has taken the next step in the redevelopment of Wingewarra Street. Photo: File

Dubbo Regional Council has taken another step in the redevelopment of Wingewarra Street.

This week it began stabilising pavement on the southern side of the street with the construction of kerb and guttering to follow.

“This will mean better storm water drainage, improved pedestrian safety, improved on-street parking and better amenity overall,” Dubbo Regional Council senior project engineer Stephen Howlett said.

“Every effort will be made so that property access can be re-established as soon as possible with parking expected to be impacted for three weeks.

“Access along the footpath will be maintained and council staff will assist pedestrians if required.”

The council reports that parking is available on the northern side of Wingewarra Street between Darling and Gipps streets.

“Traffic flow will continue with single lane traffic operating during work hours and dual lanes coming into effect after hours,” it says. 

The redevelopment project began in the last quarter of 2017.

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