Work has begun on Devonport’s long-awaited $17 million Waterfront Park, part of the LIVING CITY development.
Contractors this week began the installation of stormwater pipes as a precursor to the project, which will be undertaken by Tasmanian firm Vos Construction and Joinery Pty Ltd.
Centred on Roundhouse Park, the project is being funded by a $10 million Federal Government grant and Devonport City Council cash reserves with completion due in late 2021.
Among the features of the park will be:
- An elevated walkway
- Nature-based playspace
- Tasmanian garden
- Barbecue shelter and public facilities
- Public events space
- Public seating
- Water and mist feature and;
- Upgraded Rooke Street bus mall
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