Pascoe Vale Road, Glenroy streetscape improvements
Council is upgrading the streetscape on Pascoe Vale Road, Glenroy.
The streetscape improvement is part of Council's commitment to improving local retail precincts throughout Moreland. The purpose of the project is to improve the pedestrian amenity, safety, and overall presentation of the Pascoe Vale Road shopping strip for residents, businesses and visitors.
The upgrade consists of:
- Upgrading the footpath surface with new concrete pavers
- installing raised pedestrian crossings at key side streets, and
- construction of water sensitive rain gardens to treat runoff from the streets.
Works in progress
- Stage 3A - Upgrade works at intersection of Pascoe Vale Road and Lytton Street. Expected completion November.
- Stage 3B - Upgrade works between Lytton Street and Gladstone Parade. Commence January.
Stage 3A - Lytton Street
Stage 3B - Gladstone Parade
Works successfully completed
- Stage 1 – Rectification works between Finchley Avenue and Belair Avenue. Completed May 2016.
- Stage 2 – Upgrade works at intersection of Pascoe Vale Road and Belair Avenue. Completed May 2016.
Budget and timelines
Stage 3 budget: $800,000
Expected Stage 3A completion date: September - November 2016
Expected Stage 3B completion date: January - April 2017
Construction will cease mid-November and recommence in the New Year to minimise disruption to trading in the lead up to and over the holiday period. However, it is still business as usual along Pascoe Vale Road during construction. Council will ensure that access is maintained to all stores in the shopping centre throughout the project.
Major stages of the project
Consultation - complete
The proposed design has previously been circulated to the local community and the businesses along Pascoe Vale Road.
Design - complete
The design, as seen along Pascoe Vale Road between Finchley Avenue and Belair Avenue, will continue to role out for Stages 3, 4 and 5.
Contact Urban Designer, Drew Halpin on 9240 1127 or email Council's Urban Designer.
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