Water and sewerage works are proceeding to schedule for Geelong's newest suburb, Armstrong Creek.
Infrastructure is on track for the first stage of the "Warralily" development. Water and sewerage services will be available when the first homes are built in early 2012.
The 4.5 km Boundary Road water main — the primary water source for the new development — is already complete.
We are due to begin work on a new recycled water tank in Mount Duneed in the coming weeks. The tank will store up to 12 million litres of Class A recycled water for Armstrong Creek's future homes, businesses, schools and sporting fields.
We are investing more than $150 million in water, recycled water and sewerage infrastructure at Armstrong Creek.