Campbelltown South Reservoir investigation starting 6 April

We are building a new re-chlorination plant within the Campbelltown South Reservoir site off Karrabul Road, Bradbury. The new plant will improve the management of water quality in the region.

The re-chlorination plant will be built next to the Campbelltown South Reservoir in Bradbury. One building will be constructed, covering an area of approximately 16 metres by 3.5 metres x 3.5 metres high. This new plant will automate the dosing and monitoring of chlorine into the adjacent reservoirs, which gives Sydney Water better control over water quality for its customers.

The building will be constructed offsite and delivered as a complete unit to be installed onsite. Construction of the new facility will start later in the year. The building will be painted green to help it blend in with its surroundings. A new access road will be built between the existing site access gate and the tanker receiving area.

Investigation works will start in early April within the Reservoir site and along Karrabul Road, Greengate Road and Merino Crescent.

Residents will see increased construction traffic around the Bradbury area, particularly along:

• Karrabul Road

• Greengate Road

We are offering property condition surveys to households directly adjacent to the plant works in the coming weeks. An inspector would take a photographic record of in interior and exterior of your home. Once you have received your letter of offer, contact the ProMac community team to arrange your appointment.

An assessment of the equipment required to construct the re-chlorination plant has been completed and limits set for vibration to ensure that any vibration generated is below levels that could cause structural damage to a home.

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