Central Coast Council is undertaking a $2.3 million upgrade to improve the capacity of the Wilson Road car park at Terrigal.
This substantial project started in March 2017 and will include construction of an additional level, the installation of a lift within the carpark, CCTV cameras and the provision of additional disabled spaces on each floor.
The project will support continued growth within the Terrigal CBD, creating 110 extra parking spaces for residents and visitors to the area.
Council has now successfully negotiated a variation in the program for the additional (fourth) level of the carpark with the facility to now remain open until Wednesday 26 April, 2017.
The existing level 3 of the carpark will remain closed, with levels 1 and 2 available for the community during the entire school holiday period.
In addition, Council has taken steps to reconfigure parking at The Haven to provide extra untimed spaces for those attending the Terrigal ANZAC Day Dawn Service and a free shuttle bus to run from The Haven to The Esplanade from 4.30am so attendees can easily get to the Cenotaph for the service.
The change in the construction program, along with altered arrangements at The Haven will ensure that 500 parking spaces will be available for ANZAC day.
Council would like to thank North Construction and their associated contractors for their cooperation in delivering this essential infrastructure project.