Cecil Hills - Feodore Drive delayed works to resume Monday 2 August 2021
As you are aware, current NSW Government guidelines require a mandatory pause on all construction within Greater Sydney until Saturday 31 July 2021. In response to this announcement, the Stage 2 closure of Feodore Drive, Cecil Hills is delayed until the pause is lifted, or as soon as reasonably practicable.
Pending NSW Health Advice, our work will recommence from Monday 2 August 2021. It will continue for 5 weeks, until mid-September 2021, weather permitting. We will resume from the intersection of Feodore Drive and Clementina Circuit, and move progressively toward Inverness Circuit.
Work will involve:
- site investigation works
- digging in the road
- installing the new water pipe and water assets
- restoration of impacted areas.
7 am to 6 pm Monday to Friday and 8 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. We will not work on Sundays or public holidays.
Road closure on Feodore Drive will be in place for the duration of these Stage 2 works (including outside of work hours). Local access will be maintained for residents, however there will be delays.
Detours around Feodore Drive will be in place via Clementina Circuit. Traffic controllers will be in place to safely assist vehicles and pedestrians around our work area. Please see the detour map.
As we work in Feodore Drive, there will be changes to the 807, 827 and school bus routes. Buses will not travel along Feodore Drive between Clementina Circuit and Cecil Hills High School. A shuttle bus will operate to these stops along Feodore Drive between Cecil Hills High School and Clementina Circuit. Please follow all directional signage installed at bus stops and allow extra time in planning your journey.
Thank you for your cooperation during this essential work.
While urgent works continue, all crews are adhering to testing, social distancing, and mask requirements.
Sydney Water has a comprehensive process in place to ensure we are only conducting urgent works during this time - works that may cause harm to the community and environment if they are not carried out.
Members of the public can rest easy knowing that Sydney Water's frontline crews are authorised to work safely to continue delivering these essential services for their communities.