Capital works significantly over budget
Two of the three Peninsula capital works mentioned in Central Coast Council's capital works status update are significantly over budget.
The renewal of Woy Woy major sewer pump station is forecast to exceed its budget of more than $2.6 million by 16 per cent.
It is ahead of schedule and is expected to be completed by October of this year.
The construction of the Austin Butler Oval amenities and car park and Woy Woy Tennis Clubhouse upgrade has outspent its budget of $1,730,000 by 173 per cent.
Work is expected to finish ahead of schedule.
The resurfacing of the Lemongrove netballs courts and upgrade of its floodlighting has been finished on budget at an expected cost of $937,620 when final payments are made.
The council is expected to spend $115,400 million this financial year on capital works across the Coast.
Central Coast Council agenda 4.1, 13 May 2019
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