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Inverleigh Works Plan

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Council seeks further feedback from the Inverleigh community on the approved Works Plan.

Consultation is open until 11 October  2019.

Take the survey here.



As Council plans the maintenance schedule for the Inverleigh Works Plan, we ask all residents to have their say on the program.

How you can be involved

How You Can Be Involved: 

Inverleigh residents can have their say on the look and feel of bollards, street furniture and alert Council as to the location of potholes, this is in direct response to the feedback Council received throughout February and March when the Inverleigh community identified a number of key areas were identified as requiring maintenance and improvement. They were:

  • Fix road surfaces
  • Improve parking
  • Plant and protect trees
  • Better drainage
  • Addition of street furniture

You can provide feedback on your preferred bollards, street furniture and identify pot holes through our online survey.

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Residents should note:

Improve parking

As part of the Draft Inverleigh Streetscape Masterplan consultation, Council made a commitment at its Ordinary Meeting in February to retain two – way traffic in the downtown service roads. With this traffic flow locked in, that current configuration does not allow any opportunity to increase parking. However Council will formalise the existing parking with new line- marking.

Plant and protect trees

During the community consultation, several residents expressed a desire for more trees in Inverleigh. With the confirmation of two – way traffic in the service roads and the existing parking configuration, new trees will be planted in the area known as Inverleigh River Park, creating a natural barrier  between the street and the new Pick My Project playground. A community planting day will be scheduled to celebrate the new playground, a project that was driven by local families of Inverleigh.

To protect the long-term health and root systems of the street trees, Council will install bollards in down town Inverleigh.

Better drainage

To deliver significant improvement to drainage in the Inverleigh Streetscape would require structural infrastructure such as kerb and challenging. During the community consultation in March, survey respondents clearly started they did not want major infrastructure changes in downtown Inverleigh. Within the current annual road and drainage maintenance program budget, Council will complete a routine clean out of the drains in downtown Inverleigh in 2019.

All feedback received by Friday 11 October 2019, will inform the works program with the resultas to be published in the November issue of Leigh News.

To find out about Council's approach to community engagement, see our Community Engagement Strategy and Action Plan.


29 August 2019 - Online Survey Opens

11 October 2019  - Online Survey Closes

Contact Information

Paige Whyte
Community Engagement Officer
5220 7111
Project Category: 
Infrastructure projects
Last Updated: 
Monday, October 14, 2019
Project Status: 
Past Project
Council seeks further feedback from the Inverleigh community on the approved Works Plan.

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