Maude Street is undergoing more works, with redevelopment starting on amenities, plaza and the bus interchange this week.
Demolition of the structures near the corner of Maude and Vaughan Streets have commenced. The demolition allowing for the construction of new public toilet facilities.
The new facilities will include toilets, an adult change room, breastfeeding and baby changing rooms.
The works also include construction of the plaza area and a new eight bay bus interchange.
Greater Shepparton City Council Director Infrastructure, Phil Hoare said “The construction of new public toilets including adult change and bicycle storage facilities, and a plaza area will create a user-friendly space for shoppers within the precinct.”
“The Plaza area will provide a great space for socialising and the new facilities will be user friendly and compliment the new bus interchange, it will greatly enhance the amenity and safety of the area for our community” said Mr Hoare.
Works are due for completion in mid-2019.
For more information on the project, you can head to: http://greatershepparton.com.au/council/major-projects/maude-street-plaza-and-bus-interchange