Churchill Road Master Plan - Stage 3

FAQS

Complete the final stage of the Churchill Road Streetscape Upgrade (Stage 3 of 3) which commenced via Masterplan developed in 2009. This project involves:

  • Moving forward to the final stage of the Churchill Road Streetscape Upgrade (Stage 3 out of 3). The concept design has already been completed and detailed design is underway.
  • New paved footpaths, kerb and gutter, stormwater management, indented parking & bus bays, pedestrian refuges, continuation of bike land, and tree & vegetation planting.

Both sides of Churchill Road between Gurr Street to Livingstone Avenue.

The similar style and type of materials and trees and vegetation used in Stages 1 and 2 is proposed for Stage 3.

It is proposed to continue the streetscape in front of this site. 

Despite the withdrawal of Kaufland from the site on the south western corner of Churchill Road and Regency Road, an access road onto the site is still being constructed. This access road will have a designated right hand turning lane from Churchill Road. This will result in the prevention of vehicle ability to turn left from Reddin Street into Churchill Road.

The total cost of the project (Stage 3) is $1.5M. The City of Prospect is contributing $750,000 and the State Government under the Planning & Development Fund Contribution is also contributing $750,000.

Construction is scheduled to commence in October 2020 and take approximately six months.

Community consultation involves:

  • One-on-One Meetings with all Businesses operators located along Churchill Road (Gurr Street to Livingstone Avenue) including DPTI
  • Letterbox drop all residents along Churchill Road (Gurr Street to Livingstone Avenue)
  • Letterbox drop all business owners along Churchill Road as per attached plan
  • Consultation package available on Council’s website for general community
  • Providing the opportunity for community members to provide feedback via Council’s community engagement hub

Community consultation commences on Monday 18 May 2020 and concludes on Monday 8 June 2020 (21 days).

Feedback from the community consultation activities will be presented to June 2020 Councillor Workshop before being presented to a Council Meeting on 23 June 2020.