Work to start on Woy Woy wharf
Woy Woy's new wharf should be completed by the end of next year, according to a report to the Central Coast Council.
The council has to allocate $1.33 million in next financial year's budget to comply with the 25 per cent funding agreement under the NSW Government's Regional Communities Development Fund which gave the council $3.591million to redevelop the town centre wharf.
The former Gosford City Council adopted a concept plan for the future upgrade of the Woy Woy Wharf, inclusive of a floating pontoon and associated infrastructure to ensure accessibility.
The project provided for a new sea wall, a dedicated fishing wharf and associated facilities, footpath and cantilever boardwalk; lighting and landscaping.
The project is expected to provide an improved facility for commercial ferries and for recreational use of Brisbane Water, allowing access during all-weather and all-tide conditions.
Work will start in this financial year.
The report to council said extensive community consultation was undertaken prior to the adoption of the concept plan but further community consultation will be undertaken in the finalisation of the design plans prior to construction starting.
Central Coast Council agenda 3.4 and 3.5, 29 April 2019
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