Copy of advice just received from the Goodwood junction upgrade community engagement team
So that you dont miss the opportunity please read.
The following engagement plan has been developed in order to consult communities adjacent to areas where vegetation has been removed or impacted as part of the Goodwood Junction Upgrade. The majority of this vegetation was removed as part of the early works (service relocations) for the project.
Six precincts within the Goodwood Junction Project area have been identified for community consultation in regard to landscaping treatments. Consultation with adjacent and interested residents will be rolled out over the coming months. Vegetation and facilities consultation in relation to Forestville Reserve will be undertaken by the City of Unley.
These zones include:
Cromer Parade – between Chelmsford Ave and Fairfax Avenue (affected by sewer relocation works)
Devon Street South & 37 Victoria Street (affected by Brown Hill Creek Culvert installation works for DPTI/City of Unley and main construction). NOTE: 37 Victoria Street is now DPTI owned private land – planned for redevelopment; however, there is the potential for some landscaping integration here.
Cranbrook Ave / Arundel Ave (affected by TYJV main works and cable installation works)
Aroha Terrace / Railway Terrace South (affected by early SA Power Networks & Telstra service relocation works)
Essex Street South / Railway Terrace South (affected by SA Power Networks overhead works – and opportunities for offset planting in Railway Terrace South)
Cromer Parade between Fairfax Ave and East Avenue – (affected by electrification, Tracksure & TYJV haulage)
|The following table outlines the tentative dates for on-street meetings for each precinct. Invitations will be distributed to adjacent residents at least 7 days in advance.
||Comer Parade (corner of Chelmsford Avenue)
||Thursday, 7 March 2013
||46 Devon Street South
||Tuesday, 12 March 2013
||Arundel Avenue (corner of Cranbrook Ave)
||Thursday, 14 March 2013
||Railway Terrace South