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Demolition of Powercor Building
Tender documents are being finalised for the demolition and removal of the Powercor building and associated utility sheds.
Above: Drone photo of Powercor Building taken on 11 May 2020 looking west towards Newmarket Road.
The following stages have recently been titled:
Stage 24A: Title registration took place on 12 May. Settlements are due on 26 May.
Stage 26: Title registration took place on 8 May. Settlements are due on 22 May.
The status of construction works on site is as follows:
Stage 25: Powercor audit passed on 5 May. All audits have now been passed and the stage will shortly receive Statement of Compliance from Council. Settlements anticipated in early to mid-June.
Above: Drone photo of Stage 25 taken on 11 May 2020 – facing north-west.
Stage 24B: Construction works are complete. Powercor audit was passed on 30 April. All audits have now been passed and the stage will shortly receive Statement of Compliance from Council. Settlements are anticipated in early to mid-June.
Above: Drone photo of Stage 24B looking east taken on 11 May 2020
Bulk earthworks are due to be completed before the end of May. Statement of Compliance is anticipated towards the end of May with title registration in early June.
Above: Drone photo of sports oval taken on 11 May 2020 showing final bulk earthworks.
Works on the new Alfred Road signalised intersection and the upgrade of Geelong Road are progressing. Phases 1 and 2 of works which included road widening along the north-west of Geelong Road are now complete. Phase 3 works will commence shortly which entail road widening and the widening of a crossover for the 7-Eleven.
Above: Drone photo of Alfred Rd intersection taken on 11 May 2020.
Bulk Earthworks are due to commence at the end of May following the approval of the Site Environmental Management Plan.
Above: Drone photo of Stages 27-29 taken on 11 May 2020 looking south-west.
In the spirit of reconciliation, Development Victoria respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Riverwalk is being built and developed. We recognise their continuing cultural heritage and connection to land. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
Yinga Biik Birranga-ga (Sing land and Country), Steve Ulula Parker