The “green” in Two Wells is taking shape, albeit without any green grass as yet; but Adelaide Plains Council is confident it won’t be long before the new and improved community space is completed.
Work on the anticipated Two Wells Village Green is progressing, with the new toilet block concrete slab complete and framework erected, a new wastewater disposal system installed and demolition of the old ramp to the library side door.
Profiling and construction of Old Port Wakefield Road for a new kerb alignment has also been completed, and
this month will see a flurry of activity on the site including paving, installation of irrigation and drinking water plumbing, electrical works and installation of steel edging and nature play elements along the southern boundary.
APC mayor, Mark Wasley, believes the finished space will be a beautiful area for locals and visitors alike to relax in and enjoy.
“The Village Green will become a significant element of our Two Wells main street,” he said.
“A beautiful space for locals to enjoy every day and an attraction for people passing through the council area. “This, along with likely further upgrades to the public realm in the future, will also benefit local businesses as a result.”
With the project nearing its pointy end of completion, APC CEO, James Miller, said while it appeared there was still much to do, the project was on track to be finished by the end of April or early May.
“All of the time consuming preparatory elements are now complete,” he said.
“The space will quickly transform to completion from this point forward and into a vibrant, usable, welcoming precinct which will become a centrepiece for Two Wells.