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Clyde Street Sewer Project

To ensure the reliability of our sewerage network, we are constructing a new sewer main and maintenance holes in Surrey Hills. This new pipeline will allow us to re-route sewage away from the existing aged pipeline located within private properties.

The Clyde Street Sewer Project will be delivered in two stages:

  • Stage 1 - construct a new sewer main within Wharton and Clyde streets and under the pavement along Whitehorse Road, Surrey Hills.
  • Stage 2 - rehabilitate the existing sewerage pipeline within private properties.

As part of our Stage 1 works, we will construct four new maintenance holes, modify three existing ones and decommission two short sections of the existing sewer.

Subject to approvals, we expect to start construction in March 2021 and be completed by September 2021.

Our normal working hours are 7am to 6pm, Monday to Friday and 7am to 1pm, Saturday.

We need to complete Stage 1 before we can start work on Stage 2.

Map

The map shows where we will be working in Surrey Hills.

View map of work location (PDF)

Stage 1 - Impacts and what to expect

To minimise the impact of our work on residents, our Project Partner, MFJ Constructions will excavate a launch and retrieval shaft and use trenchless technology to install the 375mm diameter pipes.

The launch shaft will be near the intersection of Clyde Street and Whitehorse Road. The retrieval shaft will be near the intersection of Wharton Street and Whitehorse Road. These shafts will be within the roadway for the duration of the project.

Subject to approval:

  • We will excavate a deep launch shaft near the intersection of Clyde Street and Whitehorse Road and a retrieval shaft near the intersection of Wharton Street and Whitehorse Road. These shafts will be within the roadway for the duration of the project
  • Our normal working hours are 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday and 7am to 1pm, Saturday
  • Clyde and Wharton streets will be closed to through traffic, with restricted access to private property and on-street parking. All other traffic will be diverted away from our construction area. The footpaths will remain open.

There will be heavy machinery, trucks and specialist equipment onsite, creating construction noise.

We don’t expect there to be any interruption to your services while we complete our work.

Project Updates

Contact us

For more information, contact Roger Kumarasinghe, Project Manager, on 9872 1528 or email [email protected]