Council’s Civic Centre Redevelopment project is preparing to move into its second phase, with construction works to start on the Anderson Street office building in coming months.
As part of these works, the Lilydale Community Link front counter services will be temporarily relocated from 2 March 2020.
The link will be located just a short walk from the current building, across the carpark from Lilydale Coles and underneath Centrelink at 61-65 Anderson Street.
Council is committed to providing quality customer service to the community and will ensure that all services accessed from the new front counter site will continue as normal.
The new Civic Centre will replace the existing 50-year-old building which is no longer fit for purpose and does not support our Council staff and community needs.
The new building will address many of the current building’s shortcomings and significantly reduce Council’s environmental footprint and running costs, while demonstrating Council’s commitment to sustainability and the environment.
The new building will include meeting rooms and multi-purpose spaces for Council and community use.
As part of the building project, the contractor Johns Lyng Commercial Builders offered a cadetship position which was appointed to Lilydale local, Aleisha Heys in August 2019.
In her administrative role, Aleisha is experiencing work on a major Council project, gaining skills and expertise to support her in her future studies.
The Civic Centre Redevelopment is due to be completed in 2021.