Gaffney Village Shopping Strip, Pascoe Vale - Streetscape improvements
Council has completed the Final Concept Design for the streetscape improvements of Gaffney Village Shopping Strip.
The public tender process has now commenced and will be reported at the December 2019 Council Meeting.
Final Concept Design
Moreland City Council will be making some streetscape improvements to the Gaffney Village Shopping Strip as part of Council's Shopping Strip Renewal Program. The aim is to revitalise the area and improve the pedestrian amenity, walkability and presentation of the shopping strip.
Proposed key improvements include:
- Footpath upgrade including new paving, kerb and channel,
- Landscaping, including new street trees and rain garden, and
- Upgrade of street furniture as required.
The design phase is occurring in 2018-19 followed by construction in 2020-21.
Budget and Timelines
- Budget: $50,000 (design)
- Design completion: July 2019
- Construction: 2020-21
Major Stages of the Project
Consultation (Pre-design) - Complete
Pre-design consultation was conducted in November 2017. A report and a one-page summary outlining community feedback from this survey is now available. Download the
Consultation ( Concept Design) - Complete
The second phase of consultation was undertaken in February 2019 to seek community feedback on the concept design. Download the Concept Design Community Engagement Summary (PDF 201Kb). Feedback received from the community survey has informed the Final Concept Design.
Tendering and Construction
The project has been tendered out and construction will begin.
If you have any queries regarding the project, contact Council’s Senior Urban Designer, Mangu Bhatikar on 9240 2466 or email Mangu Bhatikar.