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NewQuay Promenade works update

05 Nov 2017

The City of Melbourne expects to complete the conversion of the NewQuay timber boardwalk to bluestone this month.

The first section of the conversion was started in May and was expected to take just six weeks.

But a City of Melbourne spokesperson said the works were delayed to “avoid impacting a number of scheduled events”.

“Traders and event organisers have been kept informed of the project’s progress verbally by Citywide which is carrying out the works,” the spokesperson said.

“Stage two construction works began in the new financial year with a revised timeline for the project to minimise the impact on events and weekend markets in Docklands.”

“The replacement of timber with bluestone will create a deck that is more durable and structurally sound.”

“As a result, the promenade will be able to be fully utilised for future events and by the public and emergency vehicles.”

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