South Steyne Stormwater Outlet Remediation

We are undertaking a project to repair the existing stormwater outlet at the southern end of Manly Beach. We propose incorporating a seating area to further improve amenity for recreational users of the area.

We are undertaking a project to repair the existing stormwater outlet at the southern end of Manly Beach. We propose incorporating a seating area to further improve amenity for recreational users of the area.

  • How to get involved

    5 months ago

    We are seeking feedback on the proposed design for the new seating area.

    View the existing area

    View the proposed seating area

    Have your say

    • Online (CLOSED)
    • In writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, Marked 'South Steyne Stormwater Remediation'

    Comments close Monday 30 July 2018

    We are seeking feedback on the proposed design for the new seating area.

    View the existing area

    View the proposed seating area

    Have your say

    • Online (CLOSED)
    • In writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, Marked 'South Steyne Stormwater Remediation'

    Comments close Monday 30 July 2018

  • Background

    5 months ago

    Northern Beaches Council will soon be repairing an existing stormwater pipe located at the southern end of Manly Beach (South Steyne). The existing pipe is degraded with multiple cracks and holes visible along the pipe.

    The pipe will be lined, repaired and encased in a sandstone concrete shell which will be coloured and shaped to blend in with the existing environment and seawall.

    We are also proposing a new seating area for beach users that will help protect the stormwater pipe from future damage.

    The work is planned to start in September and is due for completion by November 2018.

    Northern Beaches Council will soon be repairing an existing stormwater pipe located at the southern end of Manly Beach (South Steyne). The existing pipe is degraded with multiple cracks and holes visible along the pipe.

    The pipe will be lined, repaired and encased in a sandstone concrete shell which will be coloured and shaped to blend in with the existing environment and seawall.

    We are also proposing a new seating area for beach users that will help protect the stormwater pipe from future damage.

    The work is planned to start in September and is due for completion by November 2018.