Construction of the $7 million Singleton Town Centre Upgrade – Stage 2 is officially underway, after the Member for Upper Hunter Michael Johnsen MP and Mayor of Singleton, Cr Sue Moore lead a sod-turning ceremony today to mark the start of works.
This boost will provide much needed support for housing construction across our Upper Hunter electorate and support local jobs in the building industry at a time when we need them more than ever before.
The trial was due to be assessed this year, however given the impacts of COVID-19, it was decided to extend the trial period to the end of 2021.
The $4.4 million project was undertaken as part of the Rural Health Infrastructure Program, and aims to align the hospital with contemporary health care standards by improving patient flow and access, and the working environment for staff.
Our local Camberwell community is invited to have its say on safety improvements being proposed for the New England Highway at Camberwell.
Young people in Singleton with a disability will have increased opportunities to play sport and those living on the outskirts of town will benefit from more convenient access to local PCYC programs, thanks to NSW Government funding.
The Nationals in Government invested $109 million for the Golden Highway package of works, with a further $24 million from the Australian Government, to improve the road between the Hunter Valley and Dubbo.
The NSW Government is committed to expanding and strengthening this critical infrastructure, to ensure frontline responders have an enhanced and more reliable network to help keep our communities safe in Upper Hunter.
Scone Race Club extend its function centre, as part of a program that helps communities recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
Dungog Shire will benefit from $4.4 Million in funding which will improve local roads and create jobs as part of the NSW Government’s $500 million Fixing Local Roads program, ensuring even more regional communities benefit, faster.