Closure of Common Area

Council wishes to advise the residents of Darlington Point that construction of Area 4 Stage of Darlington Point Levee Bank will commence on Monday 22 May 2017.

As a result of these works, access to Darlington Point Common will be closed until further notice.  The location of the closure will occur at the following two sites:

•           King Street at the Ryan Street intersection; and

•           Chant Street at the Levee bank

A map identifying these locations is attached for your reference.

It is anticipated that these closures will be in place for an approximate period of twenty (20) weeks.

Council apologises for any inconvenience this work may cause.

If you have any queries please contact Council’s Darlington Point Branch Office on 69605500.

Road-Closure-Map.pdf
 

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