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Published 05 June 2020

City of Tea Tree Gully’s plans to undertake three major capital works projects have received a major boost, with recent news of about $2 million in State Government grants.

About 26 jobs could be created during construction of the works, worth a combined $4.3 million.

The individual projects have been included in Council’s draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2020-2021, which is currently out for consultation with the community.

The proposed projects are –

  • Inclusive playspace at Edinburgh Reserve, Modbury (pictured) - This $1.7 million project would be the first stage of long-term plans to improve a 3.2 km corridor of Dry Creek, between Kelly and Milne roads, in Modbury. Grant funding: $850,000. Jobs: 10. 
  • Meadowvale Inclusive precinct, Modbury - A $1.5 million project is designed to improve footpath and cycle accessibility linking our residential areas with Modbury Hospital, Tea Tree Plaza and the O-Bahn. Grant funding: $750,000. Jobs: 10.
  • Tea Tree Gully Sportsman’s Club, Banksia Park - This $1 million project would result in change room and lighting upgrades for the club, used by football and cricketclubs. Grant funding: $335,000. Jobs: 6.  

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