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Right Turn Restrictions in Bay Street
RMS F6 Investigations
Proposed Traffic/Parking Changes

Integrated Development (IDA)/Development (DA) Proposals on Exhibition

Right Turn Restrictions in Bay Street, Brighton Le Sands on Summer Weekend Nights

'No Right Turn' restrictions from Bay Street into The Grand Parade, Brighton Le Sands will be in place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, starting from Friday 30 September 2016 to Monday 3 April 2017 between the hours 8pm and 5am.

Alternate routes are available via Moate Avenue, Bestic Street and Crawford Road.

For further information, please contact Council's Traffic & Road Safety Section on 1300 581 299 (option 2).

RMS F6 Investigations

The NSW Government has commissioned geotechnical investigations on the F6 corridor between Waterfall and the Sydney Motorway Network.

The Roads and Maritime Service is overseeing the works and they will have contractors taking soil samples and drilling rock samples across the Rockdale Local Government Area. Investigations are to determine the underground geology along the corridor and across a broader area. The testing is not confined to the current F6 corridor reservation, as the RMS want to review the rock profile across a wider area. It is Council's understanding that testing may extend to locations near Rocky Point Road.

Most of the sampling and drilling occurs in roadway areas, public open space and on RMS owned land.

The RMS have a dedicated Motorway Developments team with specific contact details for enquiries from the public as below.

Phone: 1800 789 297
Mail: Motorway Development, Roads and Maritime Services, Locked Bag 928, North Sydney NSW 2059


Council provides the following information directly from the WestConnex website:

The NSW and Australian governments have embarked on Australia's largest transport infrastructure project, the 33km WestConnex motorway linking Sydney's west and south-west with the city, airport and port. For more information on this NSW State Government project, visit

WestConnex New M5 project receives Commonwealth approval

Work is underway on WestConnex which involves widening and extending the M4 and M5 motorways and joining them to create a free-flowing motorway network.

The New M5 will link to the upgraded King Georges Road Interchange at Beverly Hills and run via twin tunnels to St Peters, doubling capacity and easing congestion along the M5 corridor.

The New M5 project has now received approval from the Commonwealth Department of Environment under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act 1999. This follows State planning approval received on Thursday, 21 April 2016.

Site establishment work will commence at work sites in Kingsgrove, Bexley, Arncliffe and St Peters over the coming weeks. You can keep up-to-date with the latest project information at

Contact information:
Locked Bag 928, North Sydney, NSW 2059
T: 1300 660 248

Proposed Traffic/Parking Changes

Council has received requests for the provision of a traffic change/parking restriction scheme in the following street(s):

If you are affected by these proposals, please fill in the appropriate attached questionnaire and return it to Council by the (appropriate) date above

Development Proposals on Exhibition

Development Application plans and supporting information can be viewed online via Council's DA Tracker. Council also provides computer facilities for viewing plans at our Customer Service Centre or in Council's libraries.

Written submissions are invited and should be received at Council by 4:30pm on the date stated below.

Notices appearing on this site do not necessarily imply that Council will grant consent to these development proposals.

*If you have made a reportable political donation or gift within the last two years, a Disclosure Statement must accompany any submission.

Please note: Different community consultation processes apply to various types of development applications, depending on the potential degree of impact. Some applications are advertised, others are only subject to written neighbour notification, and some minor forms of development are determined without consultation. Council's policy on community consultation is contained in the current Development Control Plan. The list below shows only those applications that are currently being advertised for community comments.

Current Development Applications seeking the consent of Council:

Integrated Development Proposals seeking the consent of Council:

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