Point Resolution Path Upgrade

This project is no longer going ahead. 



The City will be upgrading one pathway at Point Resolution Reserve during April-May 2020.
The pathway is being upgraded in accordance with the City’s Natural Area Path Network Policy. Once upgraded it will consist of red asphalt and limestone retaining with limestone spillways installed at intervals along the path to address water runoff. The upgraded path will enable ongoing use of the path by the City’s bushland maintenance vehicles as well as fire control appliances, in the event of a fire, without causing damage to the asset.

View the location of the works via the Document Library, head to the photos for examples and check out our Frequently Asked Questions.



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The City will be upgrading one pathway at Point Resolution Reserve during April-May 2020.
The pathway is being upgraded in accordance with the City’s Natural Area Path Network Policy. Once upgraded it will consist of red asphalt and limestone retaining with limestone spillways installed at intervals along the path to address water runoff. The upgraded path will enable ongoing use of the path by the City’s bushland maintenance vehicles as well as fire control appliances, in the event of a fire, without causing damage to the asset.

View the location of the works via the Document Library, head to the photos for examples and check out our Frequently Asked Questions.



Should you have any further enquiries or comments:

Further updates will be posted to this page, via the Newsfeeds.

Don't forget to "Register to get involved" at the top right hand side of this page so you don't miss out on updates.

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Point Resolution Path UpgradeThis is unnecessary, insensitive, an environmental intrusion and a waste of money. It is close to the northern end of the reserve, where the grade is better and there has to be a fire break, which can be used for beach access. The existing access is adequate and more in harmony with the environment. Max Hipkins

Max Hipkins 6 months ago