Tea Tree Gully Sustainable Sewers

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The Tea Tree Gully Sustainable Sewers program will transition all properties connected to the City of Tea Tree Gully’s local Community Wastewater Management System (CWMS) to a modern sewer system delivering nationally accepted levels of service for its customers.

Over the last eighteen months, our dedicated project team has worked closely with the City of Tea Tree Gully and customers to gain and share feedback that has guided the planning and prioritisation process for our staged approach to transition customers to our sewer network. This has informed how the program can minimise impacts and increase benefits for the community.

CWMS customers will be transitioned in stages, with prioritisation based on a range of criteria including condition assessment of the existing CWMS and community feedback.

Current status

Project delivery stages are available. The map below outlines the staged approach to transition customers. Stage one of the program includes approximately 500 properties, with construction now underway.

Next steps

Before we commence works on stage one properties, we will meet with property owners at a convenient time and agree on a plan of the pipe route and the scope of works required.

We will continue to keep all CWMS customers informed through this process and assist you when the time comes to transition your property from the CWMS to our new sewer system.

If you would like to be kept informed as we progress, please subscribe to our mailing list. If you would like to discuss the project stages and what this means for you, call our Senior Stakeholder Engagement Adviser, TTG Sustainable Sewers on 7424 2489.

Project update

Our pilot sites at Glenere Drive, Dawson Drive, Angas Court and North East Road, Modbury have now successfully connected 39 properties to our sewer network. The next 23 properties are expected to be completed by the end of April 2022. Further information can be found here.

Works have begun to connect around 160 properties in Modbury North and St Agnes as part of stage one of the program. Our aim is to complete the first 160 properties by the third quarter of 2022.


A completed property in Glenere Drive, Modbury


The Tea Tree Gully Sustainable Sewers program will transition all properties connected to the City of Tea Tree Gully’s local Community Wastewater Management System (CWMS) to a modern sewer system delivering nationally accepted levels of service for its customers.

Over the last eighteen months, our dedicated project team has worked closely with the City of Tea Tree Gully and customers to gain and share feedback that has guided the planning and prioritisation process for our staged approach to transition customers to our sewer network. This has informed how the program can minimise impacts and increase benefits for the community.

CWMS customers will be transitioned in stages, with prioritisation based on a range of criteria including condition assessment of the existing CWMS and community feedback.

Current status

Project delivery stages are available. The map below outlines the staged approach to transition customers. Stage one of the program includes approximately 500 properties, with construction now underway.

Next steps

Before we commence works on stage one properties, we will meet with property owners at a convenient time and agree on a plan of the pipe route and the scope of works required.

We will continue to keep all CWMS customers informed through this process and assist you when the time comes to transition your property from the CWMS to our new sewer system.

If you would like to be kept informed as we progress, please subscribe to our mailing list. If you would like to discuss the project stages and what this means for you, call our Senior Stakeholder Engagement Adviser, TTG Sustainable Sewers on 7424 2489.

Project update

Our pilot sites at Glenere Drive, Dawson Drive, Angas Court and North East Road, Modbury have now successfully connected 39 properties to our sewer network. The next 23 properties are expected to be completed by the end of April 2022. Further information can be found here.

Works have begun to connect around 160 properties in Modbury North and St Agnes as part of stage one of the program. Our aim is to complete the first 160 properties by the third quarter of 2022.


A completed property in Glenere Drive, Modbury


Page last updated: 23 May 2022, 08:41 AM