Council is proposing to construct landscaped kerb extensions in Darley Street at the intersection of Marrickville Road to increase pedestrian safety, enhance the local streetscape and improve drainage.
The proposed works include:
- constructing landscaped kerb extensions on both sides of Darley Street to reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians;
- reconstructing the footpath near the kerb extensions;
- constructing kerb ramps on both sides of the street;
- constructing a concrete dish drain across Darley Street at Marrickville Road;
- providing new street tree within the kerb extension; and
- installing all associated signage, replacing any damaged signs and reinstating faded line markings.
This proposal will not result in the removal of any legal on-street parking spaces.
Council is also proposing to resurface Darley Street between Marrickville Road and Pine Street this financial year, subject to final funding allocations.
Have your say
Give us your feedback on this proposal using the form below. The last day to provide feedback isTuesday 20 September 2016.
What happens next?
Council has not yet made any commitment to change the traffic arrangements in your street. A report, together with the community’s comments and this proposal, will be considered by Council’s Local Traffic Committee at a meeting on 6 October 2016. The Committee will make recommendations for Council to consider at its 25 October 2016 meeting.
When is the work planned for?
These works are expected to be built in 2016/17 financial year subject to outcome of this community engagement, final approvals and budget allocation. Residents will be notified before any work starts.