Works Zone - Beaconsfield Lane, Beaconsfield

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision status: Recommendations Determined




It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of the kerb space on the eastern side of Beaconsfield Lane, Beaconsfield, between the points 79.3 metres and 98.3 metres south of Johnson Street, as "Works Zone 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri, 7.30am-3.30pm Sat", subject to the following conditions:

(A)      The Applicant must comply with the Works Zone conditions as stipulated in Schedule C of this agenda.

(B)      The Applicant is not permitted to operate any part of a crane over a public road or hoist/swing goods from a Works Zone across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or crane unless a separate approval has been obtained from the City's Construction and Building Certification Services Unit as required under Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 and Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

(C)      The Applicant must temporarily remove the existing layback along the Beaconsfield Lane frontage of 372 - 376 Botany Road, Beaconsfield, to provide sufficient space for vehicles to load and unload within the Works Zone, as well as maintain vehicular accessibility in Beaconsfield Lane.

(D)      The Applicant must fully fund, and deliver, the reinstatement of kerb and gutter and footpath along the Beaconsfield Lane frontage of 372 -376 Botany Road, Beaconsfield to the City's satisfaction, once the Works Zone is no longer required.

(E)      The Works Zone is to be limited to vehicles up to 7.5 metre Rigid Vehicles.

(F)       The Applicant must maintain a clear 2.7 metre travel lane in Beaconsfield Lane for vehicular traffic during the hours the Works Zone is in operation.

(G)      The Applicant must use RMS-Accredited Traffic Controllers to manage traffic and pedestrian flows, and garage access opposite and adjacent the Works Zone in Beaconsfield Lane, between Johnson and Reserve Streets during hours of operation.

(H)      The Applicant must notify adjacent properties of the Works Zone at least 14 days prior to installation and must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed Works Zone and include contact details in the notification letter to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item


Voting Members



City of Sydney



Roads and Maritime Services



NSW Police – Redfern PAC



Representative for the Member for Heffron





The Committee carried the recommendation unanimously.


Hutchinson Builders have requested a 19 metre long Works Zone in Beaconsfield Lane, Beaconsfield.

The Works Zone is to facilitate construction works at 372 - 376 Botany Road, Beaconsfield, for a period of approximately 18 weeks.

Report author: Hassan Choudhry

Publication date: 21/02/2019

Date of decision: 21/02/2019

Decided at meeting: 21/02/2019 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

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