- The Adelaide Plains Council has been announced to receive $2.34 million from the State Government's Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program.
- The project is to seal freight and tourism networks that are currently unsealed roads and will deliver improved quality roads that will assist residents move from one area of Council to another, allow tourists to reach their destinations safely and freight efficiencies that could not otherwise have been achieved.
- A key outcome will be to link Middle Beach Township and freight networks to Department for Infrastructure Transport networks (Redbank’s Road, Mallala Road and Port Wakefield Road) creating efficient routes.
- The Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program was established to support councils to accelerate spending on community infrastructure projects that contribute to the future economic growth of the region, or support the Government’s Growth State agenda, or improve local infrastructure facilities for businesses and community organisations to enable them to grow in the future, or upgrade key community facilities.
- Applications to the Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program are now closed.
- For more information on the Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program click here.
14 Jun 2021 12:22 pm