Wangara wastewater pipeline

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We are planning to install a new 1.8km wastewater pipeline in Wangara, as part of wider plans to cater for population growth and development in Perth’s north-eastern suburbs.

Work is planned to commence early 2021 and take approximately 12 months to complete.

As part of our planning prior to issuing Notice of Proposal to affected landowners and occupiers in August, we would like to know if you have any specific concerns or questions regarding the work. We have included some information on the project and how we will manage impacts to your property below; please get in touch through the Ask Us tab at the bottom on the page if there is anything we haven’t covered.

Why is it needed?

There is significant growth forecast in suburbs north-east of Perth in coming years, which we need to plan for and deliver the infrastructure to support this growth and development.

How will the impact of noise and traffic be managed?

Noise will be kept to a minimum, with majority of the work to take place Monday to Friday between 7am and 7pm. If night work or weekend work is required, we will provide advanced notice.

The work taking place is expected to be carried out in stages, and as the pipeline is a large 1.0m diameter pipeline, one lane of traffic will be affected during the work. In certain sections, the pipeline will be installed using trenchless technique (tunnelling), to minimise disruption to the community.

We use authorised contractors who are experienced in working with occupiers to mitigate inconvenience where possible. During construction, the appointed contractor will have a Traffic Management Plan in place and will provide access to properties, where necessary. This management plan will be reviewed and approved by the City of Wanneroo.

Will the project damage my property?

We do not foresee any risk of damage to properties during construction of this work. However, prior to work commencing we will offer a complimentary dilapidation survey to be done at your property, using an qualified assessor, which can provide peace of mind for you during construction.

We are planning to install a new 1.8km wastewater pipeline in Wangara, as part of wider plans to cater for population growth and development in Perth’s north-eastern suburbs.

Work is planned to commence early 2021 and take approximately 12 months to complete.

As part of our planning prior to issuing Notice of Proposal to affected landowners and occupiers in August, we would like to know if you have any specific concerns or questions regarding the work. We have included some information on the project and how we will manage impacts to your property below; please get in touch through the Ask Us tab at the bottom on the page if there is anything we haven’t covered.

Why is it needed?

There is significant growth forecast in suburbs north-east of Perth in coming years, which we need to plan for and deliver the infrastructure to support this growth and development.

How will the impact of noise and traffic be managed?

Noise will be kept to a minimum, with majority of the work to take place Monday to Friday between 7am and 7pm. If night work or weekend work is required, we will provide advanced notice.

The work taking place is expected to be carried out in stages, and as the pipeline is a large 1.0m diameter pipeline, one lane of traffic will be affected during the work. In certain sections, the pipeline will be installed using trenchless technique (tunnelling), to minimise disruption to the community.

We use authorised contractors who are experienced in working with occupiers to mitigate inconvenience where possible. During construction, the appointed contractor will have a Traffic Management Plan in place and will provide access to properties, where necessary. This management plan will be reviewed and approved by the City of Wanneroo.

Will the project damage my property?

We do not foresee any risk of damage to properties during construction of this work. However, prior to work commencing we will offer a complimentary dilapidation survey to be done at your property, using an qualified assessor, which can provide peace of mind for you during construction.

Have a question about the pipeline plans or how it will impact you?

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    I work at Wanneroo Mitsubishi - and a concern that I have is regarding tow trucks which frequently have to stop on Lancaster Rd to deliver cars to both us and Grand Toyota. They have quite little space to stop as it is, so I'm just concerned that there won't be room for them to stop at all during construction.

    Shannon asked 4 months ago

    Hi Shannon,

    Thank you for getting in touch. 

    We would like to find out more about how this process works for you so that we can work together to ensure your business operations can continue as required. 

    Can you please provide me with some details on how this process works e.g. days, duration and frequency, and where the trucks usually stop. 

    If you can email these details through to me at carina.harris@watercorporation.com.au that would be great.

    Thanks,

    Carina