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Request for Construction of a New Footpath

 

There are some hard works in this form. The hard words are in blue. You can read what the words mean on page 3

 

The construction of footpaths and shared pathways by Council is guided by the Access and Mobility Framework. This framework contains a list of prioritised paths for construction across the whole of East Gippsland.

 

All new footpath infrastructure requests are listed in the framework and will be reviewed by the Access and Mobility working group. This group involves all relevant Council departments and meets to evaluate footpath projects, determine which projects are scoped and finally which projects are listed for consideration within Council’s Capital Works Program.

 

 

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Organisations/businesses within 1000 meters of area



Will the project be likely to need vegetation removal?

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Please attach a site map. The map should show north point, road names, scale or distance from pavement, fences/boundaries, waterways, existing vegetation and proposed vegetation removal

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