Mosman Junction upgrade

Posted Monday 05 March 2018

Outdoor dining and pedestrian access through Mosman Junction will soon be enhanced with construction works for a streetscape upgrade of the area beginning in April 2018.

The works will include landscaping works and the installation of additional lighting and outdoor furniture to promote outdoor dining along with new pedestrian crossings which will be installed at Middle Head and Bradleys Head roads and Prince Albert Street.

The project follows community requests for additional outdoor and evening dining opportunities and works will be staged in five sections to reduce the impact to residents, businesses and road users as temporary street and footpath closures will be required.

The first stage, which begins after Easter, will see the installation of an outdoor dining area on the eastern side of the roundabout. This will involve the closure of footpath areas and will run from 3 April to 30 April.

The second stage, which is set to begin late April and run until 31 May, will involve constructing a pedestrian crossing and improvements to the roundabout which will involve the closure of Middle Head Road and some night works. The third and fourth stages, which are programmed for late May to late July will focus on Bradleys Head Road and Prince Albert Street and will include partial road closures. The final stage, currently set for July to early August, will involve the installation of lighting, furniture and landscaping.

Notification of temporary changes to road access is being provided to local residents and businesses.