Roads and Maritime Services has rescheduled work on Lawrence Hargrave Drive, between Lady Wakehurst Drive and Railway Crescent. The work was to have been done last month but was postponed by bad weather.
That work will now be carried out between Sunday 25 March to Wednesday 28 March. The road will be closed in both directions from 8pm to 4am each night.
This work will include removing trees and potentially hazardous rocks, and carrying out investigations for further slope stabilisation work. They will also carry out essential maintenance work while the road is closed.
The RMS will work with Endeavour Energy to remove trees near power lines.
Endeavour Energy will contact residents regarding any impacts during this work.
On Monday 26 March they will be using chainsaws to remove trees, and mulching small branches on site. Larger logs and branches will be removed from site to be processed.
The RMS says they will do everything possible to reduce the effect of the noise on residents including placing noisier equipment away from residences and turning off equipment when not in use.
The work on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights will not be as noisy.
The work is being undertaken at night to reduce the impact of four day-time closures on residents who must travel to and from work, schools, child care, and other appointments, as well as on customers accessing local businesses. This follows a recent survey, where residents indicated a preference for night time work.
At the same time, Lawrence Hargrave Drive, between Stonehaven Road and Lady Wakehurst Drive at Stanwell Tops will be closed for essential maintenance work. This work is being carried out in conjunction with the work at Stanwell Park to negate the need to have two separate closures, and minimise the impact of detours on residents and motorists.