Temporary Road and Footpath Applications

Applications for the temporary closure of a road or footpath are displayed below under three tabs:

  • Open Applications - Applications currently open for community feedback;
  • Active Applications - Applications in progress but not currently inviting community feedback; and
  • Closed Applications - Recently completed applications available for reference.

Open Applications

Fourth and Fifth Street, Bowden Road Closures and Public Space Occupation

Council has received an application from Buildtec Pty Ltd for the temporary closure and occupation of the following locations for the purpose of constructing “On Park West (OPW)” and “On Gibson (OG)” buildings as part of Stage 2 of the “354” Development at Lot 300 Fifth Street, Bowden.

Details of the application are provided below:

1.Road Closure: Portion of Fourth Street, Bowden (August 2020 to June 2021)

Approximately 50 meters of roadway including parking bays on Fourth Street, Bowden (Gibson Street end) will be closed for 10 months for the installation of hoarding/temporary fencing and positioning of a large mobile crane in order to construct “OPW”.

Traffic management signs will be installed with vehicle detours available via Third and Fifth Street, Bowden. The pedestrian footpath along the southern side of Fourth Street, Bowden (Bowden Village Park side) will remain accessible to pedestrians throughout this period.

During the Christmas and New Year shutdown period, Buildtec will endeavour to dismantle the crane and reopen the road to vehicle traffic.

Following completion of the permit period Buildtec Pty Ltd will also require Fourth Street, Bowden to be closed throughout the day for three separate instances over a two-week period in order to complete remediation works to any damage to public infrastructure (i.e. footpath, road and surfaces).

2.Road Closure: Portion of Fifth Street, Bowden (30 road closures between August 2020 and January 2021)

Approximately 70 meters of roadway, including the adjacent parking bays, will be closed throughout the day on 30 separate instances during the permit period for positioning of the crane truck, concrete pours, commercial vehicles for loading construction materials to and from site and remediation works to any damage to public infrastructure. Buildtec Pty Ltd’s preferred road closure location is Gibson Street, Bowden. Gibson Street acts as a main thoroughfare for the local area, so as an alternative in an attempt to minimise traffic disruption, Fifth Street has been selected.

Traffic management signs, flags and bollards will be installed with vehicle detours available via Third and Sixth Street.

Residents living in neighbouring apartments will retain access to their underground/undercover carparks. Residents living in the Meridian Apartments, located on the corner of Gibson and Fifth Street, have a dual access carpark and will be able to access the underground car park via the Sixth Street entrance. The pedestrian footpath along the northern side of Fifth Street will remain open allowing ground floor residents access to their apartments

3.Public Space Occupation: Portion of Footpath on Fifth Street, Bowden (August 2020 to July 2021)

Approximately 25 meters of footpath abutting the development will be closed for the installation of hoarding/temporary fencing in order to construct “OPW”.

Pedestrian detours will be available via the northern footpath on Fifth Street, Bowden.

A copy of the proposed Traffic Management Plan and Detour Plans are attached below.

Written public comments are invited and must be received by 5.00PM on Thursday 6 August 2020 via the adjacent Feedback Form or via email to cblackmore@charlessturt.sa.gov.au. Once feedback is received a decision relating to the Application will be uploaded to the Temporary Road and Footpath Closures Application page at www.yoursaycharlessturt.sa.gov.au.


Traffic Management Plan

Detour Plan 1 of 3

Past closure from North and West

(Fourth Street closed August 2020 to June 2021)

Detour Plan 2 of 3

Past closures from North and West

(Fourth Street closed August 2020 to June 2021)


Detour Plan 3 of 3

Past closures from South and East

(Fourth Street closed August 2020 to June 2021)

(Fifth Street closed - 30 times August 2020 to January 2021)




Active Applications

Closed Applications

Permits and License have been approved and issued (July 2020).

Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson

Proposed Temporary Road Closure and Occupation of Community Land for Business Activity

  • Public walkway located at Lot 39 Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson
    7AM to 4.30PM Monday to Friday commencing June 2020 to August 2020
  • Portion of Tennyson Heights Reserve at rear of 27 Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson (1m reserve occupation along length of property boundary to allow access to property - approx. 16m2 total)
  • Occupation of one lane of roadway in front of property at 27 Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson and in front of public walkway located at Lot 39.

Council has received an application from Genworth Homes for the temporary closure and occupation of the following three sites for the purpose of construction works on the western section on 27 Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson.

1.Public walkway located at Lot 39 Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson
7AM to 4.30PM Monday to Friday commencing June 2020 to August 2020

  • To allow accesses to the western aspect of the property for site workers, demolition, works machinery and running hoses from agitator trucks.
  • A platform will be laid over the existing paving for protection with bollards, flags and appropriate signage in place to identify the exclusion zone to the public.
  • Approx. 6m of existing walkway retaining wall will be removed by applicant to allow site access.
  • Local pedestrians seeking to access foreshore via walkway will be detoured to the next foreshore access point via Bournemouth Street (approx. 580m) or via Tennyson Dunes (approx. 670m).
  • The walkway will be re-opened to the public outside of permit occupation hours and days (i.e. Monday to Friday before 7AM and after 4:30PM, Saturdays, Sundays and days when work is not being undertaken).

2.Portion of Tennyson Heights Reserve at rear of property (1m reserve occupation along length of property boundary to allow access to property – approx. 16m2 total)

  • Installation of temporary fencing/bollards to allow further site access for site workers.
  • A 2m wide pathway on the western side of the proposed fenced area will be maintained for public access through the Reserve.

3.Occupation of one lane of roadway in front of the property at 27 Tennyson Heights Court, Tennyson and in front of public walkway located at Lot 39.

  • For commercial construction vehicles, concrete trucks & deliveries i.e. truck will park 90 degrees to the walkway in order to offload or receive loads of materials from the rear of the property.
  • Traffic management signs will be installed with detours available via either end of Tennyson Heights Court.
  • Rubbish truck access will be maintained.

Some additional street parking by site workers where legally allowed along Tennyson Heights Court is anticipated.

A copy of the proposed public space occupation and available detours are provided below.

Given the access difficulties to this site, the applicant has worked closely with Council to propose a solution that minimises disruption to the local community wishing to access the foreshore while allowing site works to occur.

Written public comments are invited and must be received by 5.00PM on Thursday 28 May 2020 via the adjacent Feedback Form or email to cblackmore@charlessturt.sa.gov.au. Once feedback is received a decision relating to the Application will be uploaded to the Temporary Road and Footpath Closures Application page at www.yoursaycharlessturt.sa.gov.au

Site Plan

Alternative Pedestrian Foreshore Access via Bournemouth Street - Approximately 580m

Alternative Foreshore Access via Tennyson Dunes - Approximately 670m

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Permits have been approved and issued

Proposed Temporary Road Closure

  • Gibson Street eastern footpath and parking bays (between Fourth Street and Fifth Street), Bowden - 7AM on 15 April 2020 until 5PM on 31 July 2021
  • Gibson Street southwest bound travel lane (between Fourth Street and Fifth Street), Bowden - Up to 40 days (or part days) in period between 7AM on 15 April 2020 and 5PM on 31 July 2020

Council has received an Application from Build Tec Pty Ltd for road and path closures listed above, for the purpose of erection of hoarding and placement and operation of construction equipment associated with construction activity at the adjoining “354” Development.

These temporary closures are being proposed to protect the public and allow the construction activity to proceed efficiently and safely. The section of Gibson Street proposed for closure is shown in the site maps below.

Traffic restrictions in the form of speed restrictions, road/path closure signs and detours will be in place for the duration of closures.

Written public comment in relation to this Application is invited and must be received by 4.00pm on Friday 10 April 2020, in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government Act 1999. Should you seek to provide comment please address your letter to Transport Engineer Chris Bentick, 72 Woodville Road Woodville SA 5011, or send your email to cbentick@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Once feedback is received a decision relating to the application will be uploaded by 4.00pm on 16 April 2020 to the Temporary Road and Footpath Closures Applications page at www.yoursaycharlessturt.com.au.

[Image 1 - Proposed Temporary Road Closure - Eastern Footpath and Parking Bays (between Fourth Street and Fifth Street, Bowden - 7AM on 15 April 2020 until 5PM on 31 July 2021]

[Image 2 - Proposed Temporary Road Closure - Gibson Street Southwest Bound Travel Lane - Up to 40 days (or part days) in period between 7AM on 15 April 2020 and 5PM on 31 July 2020]


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PROJECT DELAYED DUE TO COVID19 - ANTICIPATED TO COMMENCE JUNE 2020

Permits have been approved and issued

Proposed Full and Partial Road Closures

Sunningdale Road, Fulham Gardens

Council has received an application for closures of Sunningdale Road, Fulham Gardens for the purpose of stormwater, sewer and infrastructure installation associated with the construction of the stormwater detention basin at Sunningdale Reserve and services to the associated development site at 7 Henley Place and 11 Sunningdale Road, Fulham Gardens.

The application seeks to temporarily close a portion of Sunningdale Road from 24 April 2020 to 5 May 2020. Works will be undertaken in two stages with each stage having specific traffic management plans in place.

Stage one (stormwater works) requires one lane of Sunningdale Road between Mancheff Street and White Terrace to be closed for eastbound traffic for the purpose of stormwater infrastructure installation. This work will be completed over stages from 24 – 27 April 2020 and 30 April to 5 May in order to avoid days where waste trucks are required to access the street. It should be noted that one-way traffic heading west along Sunningdale Road will be maintained for local traffic during the stage one period (refer Stage One -Stormwater Works -Traffic Management Plan below).

Stage two (sewer and water works) requires full closure of the east end of Sunningdale Road towards White Terrace for the purpose of water and sewer infrastructure installation from 28-29 April 2020. It should be noted that traffic will be limited to local residents only for access to driveways with detours in place for all other vehicles (refer Stage Two – Sewer and Water Works - Traffic Management Plan below).

Traffic detours will occur via White Terrace, Holthouse Road, Fisher Terrace, Tapleys Hill Road and Marlborough Street. Temporary “No Parking” signs will be installed along sections of Sunningdale Road to ensure a clear thoroughfare for westbound local traffic and waste trucks during stage one works. Parking will be restricted during stage two works to ensure access to driveways for local residents.

Comments must be received by 5.00pm on Monday 6 April 2020 via Council’s Consultation Website, letter to Catherine Blackmore, 72 Woodville Road Woodville SA 5011, or email to cblackmore@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Once feedback is received a decision relating to the Application will be uploaded by 5.00pm 17 April 2020 to the Temporary Road and Footpath Closures Applications page at www.yoursaycharlessturt.com.au.

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Permits have been approved and issued.

APPROVED

Proposed Temporary Footpath and Verge Closures

652 Grange Road, 506 Seaview Road and a small portion of Military Road, Henley Beach

Council has received an application for in principle approval for a Public Space Occupation Permit for the temporary footpath and verge closure along 652 Grange Road, 506 Seaview Road and a small portion of Military Road, Henley Beach for the purpose of construction deliveries associated with the construction of the residential building at 506 Seaview Road, Henley Beach.

During the temporary footpath and verge closure the existing temporary fencing will be extended to occupy the footpath and verge.

The footpath and verge closure will allow for safe deliveries of construction materials to the site by way of a crane truck or large commercial truck with deliveries to take place along Grange Road (subject to DPTI approval) with pedestrian detours in place. In principle approval is requested for up to 10 footpath and verge closures per month (for a maximum of three hours per closure) from 7.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Saturday between March 2020 to March 2022. For each closure, a permit application will be submitted at least 5 business days prior to the proposed footpath closure.

The sections of the footpath and verge proposed to be closed are shown in the site map below.


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Permits have been approved and issued

Proposed Temporary Road Closure

East Street (between Second Street and Drayton Street), Brompton

Council has received an application for the closure of East Street (from Second Street to Drayton Street) in Brompton to all traffic from November 2019 until November 2020 for the purpose of remediation of the Brompton Gasworks site.

The sections of road proposed to be closed are shown in the site map below.


The Outer Harbor Greenway is proposed to be detoured via Chief Street, Second Street, Sixth Street and Gibson Street.

Written public comment in relation to this Application is invited and must be received by 28 November 2019 5.00pm on. Should you seek to provide comment please address your letter to Transport Engineer Chris Bentick, 72 Woodville Road Woodville SA 5011, or send your email to council@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Once feedback is received a decision relating to the Application will be uploaded by 29 November 2019.

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Permits have been approved and issued

Sheoak Lane, West Lakes

Council has received an application for the temporary partial closure of Sheoak Lane, West Lakes for the purpose of construction of Lot 25 Banksia Street to vehicle traffic from November 2019 to February 2020.

The sections of road proposed to be closed are shown in the site map below.

During the period of closure, access in Sheoak Lane, West Lakes is proposed to be restricted.

Written public comment in relation to this Application is invited and must be received by 5.00pm on Tuesday 26 November 2019. Should you seek to provide comment please address your letter to Permits Assessment Officer, Daniel Leber, 72 Woodville Road Woodville SA 5011, or send your email to council@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Once feedback is received a decision relating to the Application will be uploaded by 5.00pm on Wednesday 27 November 2019 to the Council website at https://www.yoursaycharlessturt.com.au

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Permits have been approved and issued

Corio Avenue, Seaton

Council has received an application for the temporary closure of Corio Avenue, Seaton for the purpose of pool delivery on 4 December from 7.00am to 5.00pm

The sections of road proposed to be closed are shown in the site map below.

During the period of closure, access in Corio Avenue, Seaton is proposed to be restricted.

Written public comment in relation to this Application is invited and must be received by 5.00pm on Tuesday 26 November 2019. Should you seek to provide comment please address your letter to Permits Assessment Officer, Daniel Leber, 72 Woodville Road Woodville SA 5011, or send your email to council@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Once feedback is received a decision relating to the Application will be uploaded by 5.00pm on Wednesday 27 November to the Council website at https://www.yoursaycharlessturt.com.au.


We invite your feedback

Written community comment in relation to an open application is invited by the due date associated with that application.

To have your say, you can provide comment by the due date for that application, using one of the following three methods:

  • Complete our online Feedback Form (located on this page); or
  • Provide a written submission via email to council@charlessturt.sa.gov.au and remember to refer to the application you are commenting on; or
  • Provide a written submission via post to Catherine Blackmore, Administration Support Officer (Public Health & Safety), 72 Woodville Road, Woodville, SA 5011. Remember to refer to the application you are commenting on.

Once the consultation period has been completed, feedback will be considered and a decision will be made. Decisions will be displayed under Closed Applications for a period of time.