The Central Coast Council will make improvements to the intersection of Kings Parade, Reibey Street and Crescent Street, Ulverstone.

The scope of works aims to improve intersection safety for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers, address pavement failures along Kings Parade and the rehabilitation of the historic Queen’s Garden.

The design work for the preferred intersection layout and roadway arrangements is now finalised.

The Council thanks the community whose feedback has been used to finalise the optimum design, following confirmation of access for affected key neighbours.

The final design can be viewed at the Council’s Administration Centre, 19 King Edward Street, Ulverstone or online at the Council’s website:

After third party checks of the detailed design work, Council expects to advertise tenders for the project in July 2019 and award the contract for construction in August 2019.

Civil works are anticipated to commence in September 2019, subject to weather conditions. Construction works will occur for a duration of approximately three months and be substantially completed by December 2019.