The following programs have been adopted by Council for FY21/22.
Please note that all residents affected will be notified in writing prior to works commencing.
- Crimea Street, Noranda
- Beaufort Street and Grand Promenade Intersection
- Whatley Crescent - Charles Street to Caledeonian Avenue
- Widgee Road, Noranda
- Marriot Way - Cranleigh Street to Driscoll Way
- Banksia Road - Beechboro Road North to Bluegum Road
- Bluegum Road - Mahogany Road to Blackboy Way
- Westlake Road - Napier Road to Crimea Street
- Napier Road - Annison Place to Wonga Road
- Wonga Road - Crimea Steet to Napier Road
- Capel Place - Wonga Road to Ramsden Way
- Ramsden Way - Simmonds Street to Westlake Road
- Paperbark Way - Banksia Road to Paperbark Way
- Munyard Way - Rhodes Street to Westlake Road
- Simmonds Street - Wonga Road to Westlake Street
- Boyle Place - Westlake Place to cul-de-sac
- Rhodes Street - Westlake Road to Ramsden Way
- Blackboy Way - Bluegum Road to Banksia Road
- Cranleigh Street - Annison Place to Marriot Way
- Addington Street - Puttenham Street to Marriot Way
- Driscoll Way - Puttenham Street to Crimea Street
- Puttenham Street - Cranleigh Street to McArthur Street
- McArthur Street - Frimley Way to Driscoll Way
- Sunningdale Street - Cranleigh Street to Frimley Way
- Frimley Way - Sunningdale Street to Crimea Street
- Annison Place - Napier Road to cul-de-sac
- Bagshot Place - Morley Drive to Annison Place
- Frimley Place - Morley Drive to Annison Place
- Stone Street - McGann Street to cul-de-sac
- Hakea Court - Mahogany Road to cul-de-sac
- Zinnia Place - Hakea Court to cul-de-sac
- Acacia Court - Bluegum Road to cul-de-sac
- Mahogany Road - Benara Road to Banksia Road
- Hamersley Place - Alfreda Avenue to cul-de-sac
- Telstar Drive - Beechboro Road North/Bottlebrush Drive
The following list has been identified and confirmed for installation for FY21/22:
- Crimea Street - Morley Drive to Fedders Street
- Drake Street - Broun Avenue to Rothbury Road NE (connect to existing path)
- Timms Place - Halvorson Road
- Robann Way - Lincoln Road to Jennifer Road
- Bookham Street and Boag Place pedestrian access way (PAW)
OTHER FOOTPATH PROGRAM PROJECTS
- New pathways within reserves
- Local Bike Plan recommendations
- Footpath Repair Program
All affected residents will be advised that a footpath will be constructed in their street during the 2020/21 Financial year and will be advised again, two weeks prior to construction commencing.
A copy of the City of Bayswater Footpath Policy can be found under 'Related Documents' at the bottom of this page.
The State Underground Power Program is currently being developed by Western Power.
At present, the Western Power Program State Underground Power Program (SUPP) 6 is underway. The current program has been delayed as a result of COVID-19.
As at June 2022, the City is still awaiting advice from Western Power about the Maylands Project.
Once known, all affected residents will be notified in writing.
A Traffic Management Plan (TMP) is required for any activity on the road reserve or within the road reserve that obstructs the passage of vehicles or the movement of any other road user.
Traffic Management Plans are prepared and designed by a Main Roads WA (MRWA) accredited Traffic Management Planner and Company in accordance with the MRWA Code of Practice, Australian Guide to Traffic Management (AGTTM), and Australian Standards AS1742.3.
Any activity in close proximity to traffic signals is classified as complex as defined in the MRWA Code of Practice, and requires a Road Traffic Manager (RTM) endorsement and approval from MRWA. Please note, it is the responsibility of the applicant to obtain MRWA approval.
Any works or activity requiring a partial or full closure to a footpath or shared path will require a Pedestrian Management Plan.
In addition to the above, The Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 allows for construction noise between 7am and 7pm, Monday to Saturday. Any activities that generate noise outside the regulation hours must be supported by a Noise Management Plan (NMP). The NMP is a separate application to the City’s Environmental Health department, and a fee is payable upon lodgement.
Any works or activity requiring a temporary road closure for less than 30 days will require a letter of notification, at least five business days prior to the start of work.
Any works or activity exceeding 30 days will require a 21 day consultation period, including an advertisement in the community paper, and Council adoption in accordance with Section 3.50 of the Local Government Act 1995.
FEES AND CHARGES
A fee is applicable upon lodgement of the Traffic Management Plan, Please refer to the City's current Fees and Charges
Lodgements for Traffic Management Plans are to be sent to the City's email address firstname.lastname@example.org