Port Stephens 2020

Project Update 30 Sep 2019

On 24 September 2019 Council resolved to exhibit an amendment to the Central Ward projects. The resolution was:

Rescinded:
Town Centre Works – Lemon Tree Passage/Tanilba Bay $600,000.
Amended to:
Skate park relocation and upgrade – Tilligerry Peninsula - $230,000.
Soccer and Athletics Club Amenities Upgrades - Mallabula Sports Complex -
$200,000.
Multisport Court facility – Mallabula Sports Complex - $150,000.
Peace Park, Tanilba Bay – BBQ installation - $20,000.

Please go to our formal public exhibition page for more information and to make a submission.

Project Update

On 27 August 2019 Council resolved to exhibit the PSC2020 Proposed Community Projects - Ancillary Minor Works. These works include:

  • Tree Works Karuah & Raymond Terrace - $70,000.
  • Bill Strong Irrigation - $70,000.
  • Nelson Bay Tennis Club Lighting - $50,000.
  • Supporting Park Infrastructure for Medowie Skate Park - $30,000.
  • Medowie Playground Fencing - $20,000.
  • Raymond Terrace Dog Park - $40,000.
  • Lemon Tree Passage Road Roundabout Beautification (Avenue of Allies) - $20,000.
  • Nelson Bay Road/Port Stephens Drive Roundabout Entrance Beautification - $50,000.
  • Salt Ash Hall Outside Toilet - $70,000.
  • Event Signage Nelson Bay Road, Nelson Bay - $20,000.
  • King Park Irrigation – $60,000.

Please go to our formal public exhibition page for more information and to make a submission.

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On 27 August 2019 Council resolved to approve the funding of the priority projects which were the focus of the consultation during July 2019. Please see the media release related to this approval here.

Thank you again to all the people who were part of the recent Port Stephens 2020 community information sessions either in person or online. We really do appreciate the time you have taken to provide us with quality feedback.

You can download a snapshot of the formal Engagement Report (right) which highlights some of the key findings from this process or you can view the entire report as part of Council's minutes from 27 August 2019.


Project Update 30 Sep 2019

On 24 September 2019 Council resolved to exhibit an amendment to the Central Ward projects. The resolution was:

Rescinded:
Town Centre Works – Lemon Tree Passage/Tanilba Bay $600,000.
Amended to:
Skate park relocation and upgrade – Tilligerry Peninsula - $230,000.
Soccer and Athletics Club Amenities Upgrades - Mallabula Sports Complex -
$200,000.
Multisport Court facility – Mallabula Sports Complex - $150,000.
Peace Park, Tanilba Bay – BBQ installation - $20,000.

Please go to our formal public exhibition page for more information and to make a submission.

Project Update

On 27 August 2019 Council resolved to exhibit the PSC2020 Proposed Community Projects - Ancillary Minor Works. These works include:

  • Tree Works Karuah & Raymond Terrace - $70,000.
  • Bill Strong Irrigation - $70,000.
  • Nelson Bay Tennis Club Lighting - $50,000.
  • Supporting Park Infrastructure for Medowie Skate Park - $30,000.
  • Medowie Playground Fencing - $20,000.
  • Raymond Terrace Dog Park - $40,000.
  • Lemon Tree Passage Road Roundabout Beautification (Avenue of Allies) - $20,000.
  • Nelson Bay Road/Port Stephens Drive Roundabout Entrance Beautification - $50,000.
  • Salt Ash Hall Outside Toilet - $70,000.
  • Event Signage Nelson Bay Road, Nelson Bay - $20,000.
  • King Park Irrigation – $60,000.

Please go to our formal public exhibition page for more information and to make a submission.

****

On 27 August 2019 Council resolved to approve the funding of the priority projects which were the focus of the consultation during July 2019. Please see the media release related to this approval here.

Thank you again to all the people who were part of the recent Port Stephens 2020 community information sessions either in person or online. We really do appreciate the time you have taken to provide us with quality feedback.

You can download a snapshot of the formal Engagement Report (right) which highlights some of the key findings from this process or you can view the entire report as part of Council's minutes from 27 August 2019.


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