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Scotland Island energy reliability project Update
Planned CableScotland Island road
Reminder - Information Session 2
Saturday 27 July 2019 – 10:00am-12:00pm
The Waterfront Café
1860 Pittwater Road CHURCH POINT NSW 2105
Update Details in attached PDF below
Summary from Briefing Session 1
- The project is scheduled for 16 weeks.
- For most of the time, approx. 13 weeks, 47
carspaces are needed for plant and equipment.
- 70 carspaces ( 25%of the old carpark ) is
needed at the start and finish of the project for a week and a half.
- Work is to be completed by 20 December, if that
can’t be achieved work will stop, the site area will be returned to
carpark until February when work will recommence.
- The site will be used for plant and equipment
including project sheds, materials storage, waste (sludge) processing,
the drilling equipment, and vehicles.
- The vehicles are trucks and 2 utes.
- The trucks obviously transport waste/sludge and
materials, the 2 utes will be used as required during the day and
transfer of the workers.
- There will be a small team of 10 who are coming
from interstate, no private vehicles on site or at Church Point
- Compensation to those who agree to relocate to
Rowland Reserve is by way of a discount of $350 on the Church Point
parking sticker and, to facilitate transfer to Church Point from
Rowland Reserve, a choice of either an Opal card or an Uber card loaded
with approx. $200 (to be confirmed, may be more), and possibly a taxi
- There will be no time limit to use the card
credit which may increase the appeal to those who have an infrequently
- The actual offers are expected to be finalised
really does need those who park at Church Point to do the survey to get
a better handle on how people use their cars.
visit the link at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/sctlndind
to complete the questionnaire, so that we can fully understand your
NBC has not agreed to the 1
hour limited spaces being made available during the period on the
grounds that the businesses and local onshore residents have needs too
and changing the hours will create a precedent.
INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCING EVENING
Put on your dancing shoes this Saturday night
The SIRA Recreation Club has organised another Folk Dancing Evening
this Saturday, 27th July, from
Come along for a great time with our hosts and
experts, Annabelle and Branko!
These evenings are held on the last Saturday of each month, until
October so save these dates:
Farewell to Colin & Adriana
Get together at the Park Sunday from 3pm
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