Roadworks Update for Nicholls Street 15

May 13, 2024 | Roading in Richmond, RR&BA

As we progress towards sealing, currently scheduled for 24/5/2024 (weather permitting), we will need the entire street to get our grader, water cart, PTR, roller, trucks running at the same time. If residents require access during the day, we kindly ask that you park on the adjacent local street and enter via the East side footpath. Service trucks, such as rubbish collection, mail delivery, and gas trucks, will still have access for next week.

Thank you for your understanding and patience. You will get a nice sealed street very soon.



•Nicholls Street, Road closure. Live footpath is on the east side of Nicholls street.

•A diamond Traffic management setup on North Avon Road/ Nicholls st intersection, No Right turn from Nicholls street to North Avon Road

•Dudley street, one way at all time, no entry permitted on Stapleton Road.


West side of Nicholls Street, footpath and property drainage work starts from Dudley towards North Avon Road. Active communication will be given the day before.

#54, 52, 50 Dudley street, for SW main trenching work in front of your driveway, active communication will be given the day before.


Disruption Management: Please see Road Closure Disruption Minimisation Plan- Nicholl st 050424.



Site contact person:

Kane Radcliffe, Site supervisor, M:021 830 670

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