Legana Main Street Project
Updated 30/10/2018 - At the October Council Meeting held on Tuesday 16th October, a motion passed that Council directly engage Zanetto Civil for the construction of the Legana Boulevard Plaza.
As Council didn't have these pockets of land to work with initially, they weren't included in the design and tender for the work. Plans (as above) have since been created for the two plazas situated on opposite corners of the intersection of the new Legana Main Street and Legana Grove, to provide spaces for events, as well as locals to enjoy, close to the shopping centre.
Features of the plazas include under cover seating, bike racks, general waste and recycling bins, water fountain and drink refill station, and lots of garden beds and shrubbery. Larger copies of the plaza plans are available from the Riverside Office in Eden Street. Full details of the new Tender can be found in the October Meeting Minutes.
With this additional work now included in the project, the revised completion date is estimated for January/February 2019 (weather dependent).
Access to the Legana shopping centre, Salvo’s, the Reject Shop and the Tyre Mechanic via Legana Grove will be maintained throughout the project. For road safety, please adhere to all road signs.
Road Closure inquiries may be directed to Elizabeth Hickman on 6323 9300.
Signs have been put up in the Legana Shopping Centre's surrounds, providing further information on the Legana Main Street Project.
During this time Council apologises for any inconvenience. This webpage will be updated regularly to keep local residents, businesses and visitors to Legana informed of any changes to the construction process.
In addition to the construction of the new street, Council will undertake consultation over the next 6 to 12 months for a new Tasmanian Planning Scheme which includes future plans for the Legana town centre.
Any questions and comments about the project should be directed to Council’s Municipal Planner on 6323 9300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The project has been made possible through a generous contribution from the Federal Government.