The College Council is devoting considerable resources to ensure all risks posed by the tollway widening are identified and every possible measure is taken to protect the College’s interests.
The Council has appointed a committee to oversee the School’s response, chaired by parent, Dr David Kemp. The committee is meeting regularly and members of the committee are involved in direct negotiations with Transurban/CityLink, VicRoads and other relevant parties.
As well as working closely with the College’s legal advisers, the committee has appointed a range of expert advisers, including:
The College Bursar, Ross Congleton, and his staff are providing considerable administrative support in coordinating the various streams of work.
The College will provide a formal response to Transurban/CityLink in May on its preferences for scheduling of the construction program and for reinstatement of the construction track and affected area.
The College’s detailed response on traffic noise issues and design of new noise barriers is likely to be provided in late May or early June.
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