Current Projects

Council simultaneously undertakes many projects throughout the municipality. Below is a snapshot of what we're currently working on. The full Capital Works Program can be found in our latest budget.

Bridge Replacement
A bridge on Winkleigh Road, Exeter will be replaced after the tender was awarded to TasSpan at the September 2022 Council Meeting.

Stomwater Upgrade
The stormwater will be upgraded and a new maintenance access created at Legana Park Drive, Legana. The tender was awarded to STIZ at our October 2022 Council Meeting.

Pavilion Upgrade
The pavilion at the northern end of the Esplanade, Beauty Point has been fenced off in preparation for maintenance works, the works will include: Cleaning the structure and roofing iron; Replacement of damaged timber; Repainting the lower block work and all timber; Replacement of sections of roofing with polycarbonate sheeting to increase natural light; and widening the entrance. This work forms part of the Beauty Point Foreshore Master Plan.

Intersection Realignment
The Long Plains Road and Bridgenorth Road Intersection in Bridgenorth will be realigned. Walters Contracting were awarded the tender at our December 2022 Council meeting and started work in April for approximately 9 weeks. This project is part funded by the Black Spot Programme.

Road Reconstruction
Cherry Road, Trevallyn will be reconstructed. The Tender was awarded at our November 2022 Council Meeting. Work started on Monday 17th April 2023 with Cherry Road closed to through traffic on week days between 7am - 5pm until 7th June 2023.

Road Reconstruction
The road is being reconstructed on Notley Hills Road, Notley Hills.

Footpath Extension
A new footpath is being constructed on Weld Street, Beaconsfield connecting Bernard and Lewis Streets.

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Footpath Reconstruction
The footpath on Currawong Place in Riverside has been reconstructed by our contractor, RJ May Civil Construction.

New Footpath
A new footpath has been constructed in RSL Park, Beaconsfield to join Beaconsfield Primary School and the Beaconsfield Community Hall.

Road Reconstruction
Atkinsons Road, Grindelwald was reconstructed from No.33 to No.70 approx. 600 metres, including stormwater, drainage and driveways. Completed by AWC Constructions for a cost of $824,741. $500,000 from the Federal Government Local Roads Community Infrastructure Program and $324,741 from the West Tamar Council.

New Changerooms
The Bridgenorth Football Club have new women's changerooms thanks to a $500,000 State Government Improving the Playing Field Grant, $40,000 from AFL Tasmania, $5000 from the Bridgenorth Football Club and $605,000 from the West Tamar Council. The new changerooms were built by TasBuilt Commercial.

Footpath Extension
Our contractor R J May Civil Construction, has recently extended the footpath on Freshwater Point Road, Legana from Bulman Drive to the bus stop at the end of Fulton Street. This work was undertaken as part of our Capital Works Program 22/23, providing easier access to the Legana town centre.

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