There are a number of roads currently in planning and under construction at Cloverton. Stockland understands the importance of key road infrastructure in meeting the growing needs of the community and that is why we are working closely with Council and relevant Authorities to try and deliver these key roads as quickly as possible. Please see below for a summary on all current key road infrastructure projects.
Construction of Cameron Street is underway, including a signalised intersection at Cloverton Blvd, and a roundabout at the intersection with Dwyer St. Works on these keys pieces of road infrastructure are anticipated to be completed by mid-2022.
Stockland are currently working through the access, planning and design requirements and associated approvals to enable Stockland to deliver this section of Cameron St. Subject to Stockland obtaining the required approvals and access rights, Stockland expects to commence construction of this section of Cameron Street in 2022.
Construction works on the extension of Dwyer St (between Tamarack St & Trophis St) are progressing well, with bulk earthworks currently underway, and drainage and sewer servicing works anticipated to commence in October 2021. Overall, this section of Dwyer Street is anticipated to be completed by mid-2022.
Design work on Cloverton Blvd between Goodman Ave and Cameron St is well progressed, with Council design approval anticipated in Spring 2021. Subject to Stockland obtaining the required approvals and the opening of the intersection at Cloverton Blvd and Toyon Rd (currently under construction by National Pacific Properties, Stockland expects to commence construction of this section of Cloverton Blvd in late 2021. This will provide access from Toyon Road to Bell Avenue and enable the current temporary access between Goodman Avenue and McKane Street to close whilst this new section of Cloverton Blvd is constructed.
Stockland is working closely with both Hume City Council and Whittlesea City Council as well as relevant Authorities to obtain the required approvals to enable Stockland to build this bridge as soon as possible. Design work on this project is progressing and subject to Stockland obtaining the required approvals, Stockland expects to commence construction in 2022. Given the scale of this piece of road infrastructure, construction works are anticipated to take approximately 18 months, with the bridge anticipated to open in 2024.
Stockland recognises the importance of additional road infrastructure to meet the growing needs of the Cloverton community. Stockland is working closely with the relevant Authorities to obtain the required approvals that will enable us to build the Gunns Gully Road Hume Freeway Interchange.
As this is one of the first times that a developer has delivered a state infrastructure project of this scale, the process of unlocking formal approval for Stockland to deliver this Interchange involves many different stakeholders and is inherently an extensive process.
All things going to plan and subject to Stockland receiving formal approval from the State Government to deliver the interchange, Stockland aim to commence construction on the interchange in 2023, with the interchange anticipated to open in 2025 - 2026.
Stockland has received planning approval for the construction of a signalised intersection at Cloverton Blvd & Railway Pde. This will also include the construction of Cloverton Blvd between Souter Ave and Railway Pde.
Stockland are currently working with the Department of Transport (DoT) and Council on the design and required approvals to enable construction on this new signalised intersection to commence. Subject to Stockland obtaining the required approvals, Stockland expects construction to commence in 2022.
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