Stirling Terrace pavement to be replaced by Christmas

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Pavement between Six Degrees and Spencer Street is set to be replaced.
Camera IconPavement between Six Degrees and Spencer Street is set to be replaced. Credit: Laurie Benson/Albany Advertiser

Stirling Terrace is set for a facelift this month as the City of Albany begins construction work to improve the streetscape.

The works mark the next stage in upgrades to Stirling Terrace, which started with a revamp of the street between the Centrelink carpark and Six Degrees before the City’s Anzac centenary commemorations in 2014.

Works to upgrade the pavement between Six Degrees and Spencer Street will start this month and it is understood they will be finished by Christmas.

A City spokeswoman said access to business would not be affected.

The City was working on a detailed plan and a schedule to manage traffic during the works.

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The next phase of works along Stirling Terrace will start in January at the Spencer Street intersection.

The rest of the works, including paving, parking and kerbing between York Street and Spencer Street, will be completed in the next two financial years.

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