November 2020 update

Whilst preparing the draft Development Plan is a complex and lengthy process for Council, we are happy to report that the inspection program is almost complete. We are currently working through the information gathered to date to help us prepare the costing options for infrastructure. In preparation for the individual landowner meetings, if you have recently changed your contact details, please assist us by updating your contact details online.

Our approach to road maintenance

Council is committed to assisting landowners to realise the development potential of the Wyee West Paper Subdivision, however there are still a number of steps before permanent roads can be built.

In July 2020, temporary works were undertaken on Tullokan Road, Waropara Road, Pirama Road, Tulkaba Road and Karakunba Road. As we progress towards completing the draft Development Plan, Council will continue to monitor these roads on an ad-hoc basis.

Whilst there is no funding to establish a formal road maintenance schedule for the area, temporary improvements will be made where necessary to ensure the roads are trafficable and provide safe access for emergency and waste services to the area.

Are you prepared for bushfire season?

Council will be clearing the long grass/vegetation along the boundary of Radcliffe Estate and Wyee West in November and will continue this twice a year to maintain a fire break.

We ask all Wyee West residents to play their part in reducing fire hazards this summer by removing any rubbish or hazardous materials from your yard that may increase risk of fire in the area.

You may have noticed that the November newsletter has been published. If you would like further information, contact us via phone or email, or ask the project team a question.

Kind regards,

The Project Team

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