Bong Bong Road, Mittagong

Council staff are preparing plans for the rehabilitation of Bong Bong Road, Mittagong (between Mary and Belmore Streets) in the 2015/16 financial year. 

Rehabilitation works will address the poor condition of the road pavement, narrow road width, storm water drainage problems and the inaccessibility of nature strips. Take a look at the plans which include:

  • Storm water pit and pipe installation
  • Kerb and Gutter construction
  • Widening and sealing of the existing road pavement
  • Concrete shared pathway 1.5m wide

The removal or trimming of some street trees will be required as part of the upgrade and Council has engaged an independent Arborist to guide this aspect of the work.

Property owners in the vicinity of this project have been contacted recently to advise of the improvement plans. They will continue to be notified as the project progresses however this page will also provide updates and information.

We would like to hear from you about any issues that you would like us to consider as part of the project. Its easy to get involved. You can:

Council staff are preparing plans for the rehabilitation of Bong Bong Road, Mittagong (between Mary and Belmore Streets) in the 2015/16 financial year. 

Rehabilitation works will address the poor condition of the road pavement, narrow road width, storm water drainage problems and the inaccessibility of nature strips. Take a look at the plans which include:

  • Storm water pit and pipe installation
  • Kerb and Gutter construction
  • Widening and sealing of the existing road pavement
  • Concrete shared pathway 1.5m wide

The removal or trimming of some street trees will be required as part of the upgrade and Council has engaged an independent Arborist to guide this aspect of the work.

Property owners in the vicinity of this project have been contacted recently to advise of the improvement plans. They will continue to be notified as the project progresses however this page will also provide updates and information.

We would like to hear from you about any issues that you would like us to consider as part of the project. Its easy to get involved. You can:

News Feed

  • Project Update - June 2016

    28 days ago

    Works are now underway in Bong Bong Road following the removal of a 250m long abandoned asbestos water main, by a licenced contractor, which was in the way of the new stormwater pipe.

    The majority of works required for this construction project are expected to be finished by 30 June 2016. Retaining walls are now complete and stormwater works are half finished.

    Driveways will be finished within the first few weeks of July, bringing the job to a close.

    Works are now underway in Bong Bong Road following the removal of a 250m long abandoned asbestos water main, by a licenced contractor, which was in the way of the new stormwater pipe.

    The majority of works required for this construction project are expected to be finished by 30 June 2016. Retaining walls are now complete and stormwater works are half finished.

    Driveways will be finished within the first few weeks of July, bringing the job to a close.

  • Project Update - March 2016

    4 months ago

    Bong Bong Road improvements are steadily progressing with all trees now removed and Council resolving to award a contract for construction to Cadifern Civil at the 24 February 2016 meeting.

    Weather permitting, the contractor is expected to start working on site in the third week of March.

    It is anticipated that the work will take approximately 10 weeks to complete.

    For further information please contact Trevor Grant (02) 4868 0824 or Josh Provis (02) 4868 0569.

    Bong Bong Road improvements are steadily progressing with all trees now removed and Council resolving to award a contract for construction to Cadifern Civil at the 24 February 2016 meeting.

    Weather permitting, the contractor is expected to start working on site in the third week of March.

    It is anticipated that the work will take approximately 10 weeks to complete.

    For further information please contact Trevor Grant (02) 4868 0824 or Josh Provis (02) 4868 0569.

  • Project Update - November 2015

    8 months ago

    Work on Bong Bong Road improvements is continuing. We distributed an updated set of plans to affected Bong Bong Road residents in July and are currently waiting to confirm when water main renewal work will occur. Quotes have also been sought for the removal of 18 trees.

    At this point in time, road works are scheduled to commence in February 2016 but this is dependent on many factors including weather. As we confirm dates and impacts of the various stages we will notify residents in Bong Bong Road and the wider area. For further information please contact Trevor Grant (02) 4868 0824 or Josh Provis (02) 4868 0569.

    Work on Bong Bong Road improvements is continuing. We distributed an updated set of plans to affected Bong Bong Road residents in July and are currently waiting to confirm when water main renewal work will occur. Quotes have also been sought for the removal of 18 trees.

    At this point in time, road works are scheduled to commence in February 2016 but this is dependent on many factors including weather. As we confirm dates and impacts of the various stages we will notify residents in Bong Bong Road and the wider area. For further information please contact Trevor Grant (02) 4868 0824 or Josh Provis (02) 4868 0569.

  • Letters and plans issued to Bong Bong Road property owners

    almost 2 years ago

    Property owners along Bong Bong Road, between Belmore Street and Mary Street, will shortly receive a letter from Council's Design Team to outline the proposed upgrade and seek feedback.

    A copy of plans proposed for the length of street will be enclosed with the letter and these can be viewed in our Document Library.

    Property owners along Bong Bong Road, between Belmore Street and Mary Street, will shortly receive a letter from Council's Design Team to outline the proposed upgrade and seek feedback.

    A copy of plans proposed for the length of street will be enclosed with the letter and these can be viewed in our Document Library.