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Another disruption for Esplanade

31 May 2016

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By Nicholas Li

The construction of a new gas pipeline under Harbour Esplanade is currently in planning and is set to take place next year.

The new pipe will be laid under the road, bypassing the current pipe, which lies below the footpath on the harbour side. The old pipe will be decommissioned and left in place.  

Places Victoria general manager Simon Wilson said the construction would assist future developments as well as allowing for deep tree planting.

“The relocation of a major gas pipeline along Docklands’ Harbour Esplanade is planned to take place next year to enable ongoing development at Harbour Esplanade,” Mr Wilson said.

“The pipeline relocation will allow a deep soil planting zone to be created for significant trees to grow in,” he said.

The works will cause disruption to transport and traffic in the area, with updates on the schedule of the construction to be released later.

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