We are undertaking a planning study to prepare a reservation for the preferred long term alignment of a high standard road link between Vasse and Dunsborough.
We have now progressed two key planning studies to prepare design concepts and define the road reservations for the future Busselton Outer Bypass and Vasse Dunsborough Link.
Community and landowner consultation is underway, and a project newsletter is available for download. The concepts are shown in this newsletter providing an overall view for landowners, residents, businesses and community groups throughout the Busselton and Dunsborough communities.
Main Roads invites interested stakeholders to comment on these concepts. Once comments have been received and analysed, final plans for both road links will be prepared so that the road reservation can be included in the City of Busselton’s Town Planning Scheme.
This study is being done in conjunction with the City of Busselton and the Department of Planning
The key aspects of the Vasse Dunsborough Link Plan are:
The study follows the endorsement of the Blue alignment option by the then Shire (now City) of Busselton and the Western Australian Planning Commission in 2010. The previous November 2012 newsletter is available for download.
The study area encompasses the preferred Blue route corridor for the Vasse – Dunsborough Link, from the intersection with Caves Road and Commonage Road at the western end, to the intersection with the Busselton Bypass and Bussell Highway at the eastern end. The study involves:
There is currently no commitment or allocation of funding from the State Government to construct the road.
Landowners have been invited to meet with the Project Team to discuss concerns and provide comment on the plan. We also welcome queries from Busselton, Dunsborough and surrounding communities. Please contact:
Carolyn WalkerCommunity Relations ConsultantPhone: (08) 9450 1445 (8.00 am to 6.00 pm only) Email: email@example.com