|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Mar 2016 - Aug 2016
|Australian Government Contribution:||$215,000
|Local Council/Shire:||Monash City Council
Beverley Grove is a concrete road that was constructed around 1929-1930 and is now in poor condition with significant cracks and a large number of patches that are increasing in number over time as parts of the road fail. The existing surface is very rough in a number of locations. Along the western side of Beverley Grove no footpath was ever built and this are now needed as goat tracks exist and tripping points are located here due to the undulating nature of the nature strip. The drainage of the road is poor with areas where water ponds.
The reconstruction of the existing concrete road pavement to address its current poor condition and drainage concerns. The road will be sloped to allow it to drain correctly into the existing kerb and channel which was reconstructed earlier in an attempt to correct this fault. The road width is to be maintained as the kerb and channel is not being removed. A footpath is being constructed along the western side of Beverley Grove as part of these works. The length of road being reconstructed in Beverley Grove is approx. 221m in length.
Total cost of proposed project is $308,212
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Project details last updated: 10/09/2017