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Delivery of the Coomera Connector Stage One from Coomera to Nerang is being planned in stages. Stage One - Central section involves construction between Helensvale Road and Smith Street Motorway in Parkwood.
The Randwick Barracks Living In Accommodation (LIA) project will deliver 991 new one-bedroom LIA units at Randwick Barracks to provide housing for Sydney based Defence Force members.
The project is one of two developments being pursued on the site to increase housing, with the other being the Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment.
The scope of works for the new hospital include:
- 500 treatment spaces
- 170 outpatient rooms
- 43 Emergency Department treatment spaces
- 14 Women's Assessment Service treatment spaces
- two air bridges and a bridge over the rail line onsite
- a 1215-space car park
- site preparation works associated to clearing the site, including re-location of existing services
- expansion of Port Road Bridge to include an additional lane for vehicles
- a new pedestrian and cyclist path along the southern side of Port Road, and
- intersection upgrades, road realignments and associated works.
In addition, the project will include environmentally sustainable design features such as rainwater capture and storage, design for waste-to-landfill minimisation, resilient design to withstand climate change events and low emissions building materials. The facility will also become Australia’s first all-electric hospital, and will not be connected to the gas network.
The Victoria to NSW Interconnector West (VNI West) involves the development of a new 500-kilovolt high-voltage alternating current (HVAC) interconnector between the Snowy Mountains region and Melbourne to increase transfer capacity between New South Wales and Victoria.
AEMO's 2020 integrated Systems Plan identified two possible routes for the transmission line:
- a new substation north of Ballarat to Bendigo to Shepparton to Wagga Wagga, and
- a new substation north of Ballarat to Kerang to Darlington Point (or Dinawan) to Wagga Wagga.
In July 2022, the Western "Kerang Route" was selected as the preferred alignment.
In May 2023, AEMO Victorian Planning and Transgrid released the Project Assessment Conclusion Report (PACR) for the project's Regulatory Investment Test for transmission (RIT-T). The PACR identifies Option 5A as the preferred project route, which has an indicative capital cost of $3.5 billion and comprises of a 500 kilovolt (kV) double circuit overhead transmission line connecting Western Renewables Link at Bulgana with EnergyConnect at Dinawan via a new terminal station near Kerang, and crossing the Murray River north of Kerang.
The project will see the construction of a 1,000-seat convention centre and 3,700 square metre exhibition space, as well as development of a 200-room hotel and retail and commercial spaces.
The project is proposed to be delivered as a Public Private Partnership (PPP). Following delivery of the convention and exhibition centre, it will continue to be operated by the Victorian Government, with facilities management services provided by the private sector.
The private sector will finance and construct the hotel, retail and commercial spaces through a structured transaction, which may include development agreements and the opportunity for long-term tenure for the hotel and complementary developments.
The New England Solar Farm is a 720 megawatt (MW) energy generation project proposed by ACEN Australia (formerly named UPC Renewables Australia). It is to be located six kilometres east of Uralla, in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales, within the New England REZ.
The project is being developed in two stages:
- Stage One will deliver 400 MW of generation capacity, and 50 MW/50MWh of storage with the construction of a substation and a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS).
- Stage Two will deliver the remaining 320 MW of generation capacity and 150MW/350 MWh of BESS.
An additional 1200MW/2400MWh of storage capacity has been approved as part of the project, likely to be constructed post completion of Stage 1 and 2. This will bring the total storage capacity to 1400MW/2800MWh.
The project will connect to TransGrid’s existing 330-kilovolt transmission line that runs across the development site.
The new Integrated Mental Health Complex in Westmead will comprise of a mental health assessment unit, mental health beds, ambulatory and outpatient services and education facilities. The facility will be linked to the Central Acute Services Building at Westmead Hospital and will replace the existing mental health facilities at Cumberland Hospital.
The scope of the project includes:
- a Mental Health Acute Assessment Unit to enable efficient assessment, referral and intake of patients
- acute mental health beds, including beds for youth, adolescent, adult, older persons, and adults with eating disorders
- sub and non-acute mental health beds
- multidisciplinary ambulatory and outpatient services, and
- education facilities.
This project is the proposed redevelopment of Canterbury Museum’s Rollerston Avenue site. The redevelopment is needed to protect the Museum’s heritage buildings and the 2.3 million objects in its collection, upgrade visitor facilities and improve the interior of the Museum to create a fit-for-purpose cultural facility.
Key aspects of the redevelopment include:
- improvements to the Robert McDougall Gallery Building including above-ground strengthening,
- base isolation for the McDougall Building, and
- a new three-storey building which will include mezzanine floors, multifunctional spaces such as a new lecture theatre, and increased exhibition space.
The project will be delivered sequentially, starting with above-ground strengthening works and ending with the construction of the new museum building. Each of these stages will be contracted separately.
The project has an estimated total cost of NZ$205 million, including NZ$175 million for the Museum building, and NZ$30 million to develop new exhibitions.
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