A brand-new-look for Werris Creek is underway as the beautification project makes progress.
Single Street, the main thoroughfare for the town, is currently getting revamped in between Coronation Avenue and Poole Street.
The Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) project will see the section of Single Street reconstructed, with works including paved footpaths and well as improvements to the kerb, gutter, and parking lanes.
New water supply connections and meters to businesses and residents have already been installed in the block, and improvements to provide better storm water management are currently being undertaken.
The hydrants and stop valves have also been upgraded, as has the excavation and concrete pouring for kerbs and guttering, the median island, and the layback for driveways. Earth works for parking bays and road sections have also been completed.
The focus is now on the sealing the road and constructing pram ramps and intersections.
Excavation works for footpath and driveways and concrete blinding of the footpath area will follow, before work will begin on laying the pavers.
This project is being undertaken as a result of LPSC's successful application for $275,844 through the NSW Government's Building Stronger Communities Program, obtained with the support of Member for Tamworth, Kevin Anderson.