Temporary changes to pedestrian movement on Faithfull and Clifford Streets as part of Goulburn Hospital Redevelopment

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Trenching work will be undertaken along the footpath on Faithfull and Clifford Streets as part of the $150 million Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment.

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Image 1: Works location and work section plan

The preparatory work will support the installation of in ground services to provide power to the new four storey Clinical Services Building.

The work will commence from Monday 26 October 2020 and is expected to continue until late November 2020.

To minimise disruption to pedestrians and ensure emergency services and supply vehicles can access Goulburn Base Hospital the work will occur in small sections of around 20 metres. Each section will be completed prior to commencing work on the next section.

The work will take place behind safety barriers and temporary fencing, and as the work progresses the barriers and temporary fences will be moved.

For each section of work temporary pedestrian diversions will be in place, ensuring pedestrians can move safety around each work zone using the verge on both streets. Where needed, temporary foot plates will be used. Traffic control will also be in place at key access points.

Typical-work-zone-arrangement_web-(3).jpgImage 2: Pedestrian diversion work zone arrangement.

Community members are asked to take extra care, to use the temporary pedestrian diversions and to please follow all safety signage and directions.

There will be no impact to existing car parking on Faithfull and Clifford Streets as a result of the work.

View the Commuity Notice HERE.


The $150 million Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment builds on the NSW Government’s extensive investment in health facilities across the district. The Government has allocated $18.6 million for the Cooma Hospital Redevelopment and $8 million for the redevelopment of Yass Hospital. The new Braidwood Multipurpose Service, currently under construction, is part of the Government’s $304 million Multipurpose Service (MPS) Program. The NSW Government has also committed $200 million to deliver the new Eurobodalla Health Service.

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