Font Size 

What's new in 2018/19?

budgetsummary.JPG​Council is continuing with a period of significant investment in infrastructure, providing long term cultural, social and economic benefits to the Lane Cove Community and visitors to the area.

A budget summary is available to view online. Key highlights include:

Rosenthal Project - $30,000,000 has been provided for the continued redevelopment of the former Rosenthal Avenue Car Park. Development has been staged over four years with additional funding of $30,000,000 provided for 2018/19 and $15,000,000 for 2018/19.

Mowbray Precinct – Open Space - $3,000,000 has been provided for the construction of new open space and an active recreation facilities in the Mowbray Precinct to cater for the additional population growth that is occurring in this area.

Aquatic Centre Olympic Pool and Grandstand - The Olympic Pool was built in 1961 and concern has been raised about its remaining lifespan. The grandstand has also reached the end of its economic life.  Council staff over the next year will progress planning for the replacement of both structures including public consultation and also prepare Development applications for the replacement, $500,000.

Traffic Signals - Funds have been allocated to upgrade traffic signals at Tambourine Bay/Burns Bay Road intersection.

Other Capital Projects

·    Kingsford Smith Oval - $400,000 for grandstand and amenities upgrades;

·    Tantallon Oval - $500,000 matching funding for the proposed grandstand upgrade works;

·    Amenities Building Upgrades - $50,000 is provided for amenities in Helen Street Reserve; and

·    Playground Upgrades - $150,000 is provided for priority playground equipment upgrades