Del Monte Place, Copacabana Road Upgrade

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Consultation has concluded

Central Coast Council is planning a major upgrade of a 1,500 metre section of Del Monte Place, Copacabana from Segura Street to Oceano Street and is currently seeking the communities feedback.

The project will include construction of a new footpath and will provide substantially improved access to the Winney Bay Reserve for motorists and pedestrians.

Preparation works for Stage One – involving vegetation removal and relocation of a water main – are scheduled to begin in April 2020 with the road construction planned for commencement early in the 2020-21 financial year.

The community is invited to:

This project is funded by the Australian Government through the Urban Congestion Fund with a total project cost of $10 million.

Comments close for this project on 16 March 2020.

Central Coast Council is planning a major upgrade of a 1,500 metre section of Del Monte Place, Copacabana from Segura Street to Oceano Street and is currently seeking the communities feedback.

The project will include construction of a new footpath and will provide substantially improved access to the Winney Bay Reserve for motorists and pedestrians.

Preparation works for Stage One – involving vegetation removal and relocation of a water main – are scheduled to begin in April 2020 with the road construction planned for commencement early in the 2020-21 financial year.

The community is invited to:

This project is funded by the Australian Government through the Urban Congestion Fund with a total project cost of $10 million.

Comments close for this project on 16 March 2020.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for providing feedback on the concept design for the Del Monte Place, Copacabana road upgrade. 

    This form should be used as an alternative to the interactive map

    Thank you for providing feedback on the concept design for the Del Monte Place, Copacabana road upgrade. 

    This form should be used as an alternative to the interactive map

    Consultation has concluded
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