This guy was stopped and they used a spotter to allow him to dump his load…thanks Sammy
Finally some action on trucks breaching the ‘no beepers’ rule.
You should have received a note about some noisy CYP work in Bowen Cres this week.
The NDD work (the noisy stuff) will most likely be from Wednesday morning thru Thursday
The message in brief is below…including he 1800 number if you have queries….
As part of water main relocation works, the team must drill underneath St Kilda Road to tap into a water connection point at the corner of Bowen Crescent.
The main disruption for Botanica residents is that the exit from Bowen Crescent onto St Kilda Road will be closed between Monday 6 July and Tuesday 14 July.
Access to Botanica’s Bowen Crescent driveway will be maintained, but residents will be required to exit towards Kings Way.
The turn into Bowen Crescent from St Kilda Road will be unaffected.
As always, we appreciate your patience. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us on 1800 105 105.
Rob, Jordan and Dan
Something a little different…timelapse of yesterday’s cloudy sky
One camera has arrived, waiting on number 2.
I am still waiting for my live cameras to be delivered…both of them were replaced under warranty.
In the meantime here is a timelapse video of the last couple of day
New live camera should be back tomorrow but here is an old favourite. This is very similar to what has just been done in the middle box. Two weeks work condensed to 2 minutes.
Millie is now in front of McDonalds and Alice is in front of the Old Police Building.
We also had a confidential briefing on the next stages of the designs…. V disappointing. The structure in front of us has become two and will look a bit like this…more to come in this space
Still waiting on the replacement camera but in the meantime, you can watch “the greatest hits” here
I have been notified by CYP as follows
At the start of the project you might remember we set in place a process for advising relevant CRG members if we’ve found any asbestos on site – fortunately we haven’t found any for quite some time
We’ve just identified a small section of old pipe within the excavation in the middle box site that will need to be removed. It’s non-friable and currently poses no risk to human health. We will have our specialists on site first thing tomorrow to remove it.
Just letting everyone know in case there are any calls or questions regarding the team on site in their asbestos removal suits.
Any concerns – call their 1800 105 105 number