Bunbury welcomes two major projects

By Kevin Kelly

Two major projects have been given the green light in Bunbury, as tenders have been approved by the city council.

One of them will involve rebuilding the seawall along the Frank Buswell foreshore and the section east of the Stirling Street boat ramp, as some sections have started to deteriorate.

This will not only bring advantages to residents of real estate in Bunbury, but also protect local businesses from the threat of rising sea levels.

There are also plans to improve pedestrian access and parking at Bunbury Primary School, as it's been identified that traffic management strategies are needed in this part of the city.

Lovegrove Avenue is one area where the problem is particularly prominent, especially during peak times in the morning and afternoon when children are being picked up and dropped off from school.

It's hoped that as a result of the plans, traffic will be better streamlined around the school, while parents will have improved access to parking facilities.

The City of Bunbury confirmed these were just two in a series of projects that are set to be carried out in the city over the coming months, as it strives to become even better for its residents.

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