Station Street and Eel Race Road, Carrum

Artist impression of Carrum promenade

We're starting construction in Carrum

Works will begin early in 2018 with the construction of the new Station Street road bridge across Patterson River. The bridge will open in late 2018.

The Station Street road bridge is the first stage of works to remove three dangerous level crossings. A new Carrum Station will be built and McLeod Road will be extended right through to the beach to provide safe access.

Carrum will also be transformed into a modern, connected and vibrant bayside suburb with:

  • new community spaces including beach promenade and village square
  • dozens of additional car parks, providing better access to Carrum’s beach and shops
  • a new walking and cycling path connecting Carrum to Frankston
  • a walking and cycling underpass at Eel Race Road
  • streetscaping and landscaping along Station Street and the Nepean Highway.

The Victorian Government has awarded a consortium comprising Lendlease, Acciona Coleman and WSP, the contract to remove the Carrum level crossings. The LXRA will work with our construction partners and Metro Trains Melbourne to build the project.

We need your help to shape the revitalisation of Carrum.

Building on the feedback already received, now is the time to decide what is included.

We want your feedback on:

  • the new village square and beach promenade - how do you want them to look and how will you use them throughout the year?
  • streetscaping and landscaping – plant varieties, look and feel
  • walking and cycling connections – how do you get around Carrum?

You’ll have the opportunity to participate in early 2018 via:

  • community forums
  • our online engagement activities
  • your Carrum Revitalisation Reference Group members.

Have a question?

The Ask Us section allows you to send questions directly to the project team. All questions and answers are posted online, so feel free to check out what other community members have asked. You may find your question has been answered already!

CRRG

The Carrum Revitalisation Reference Group (CRRG) has been established with local traders, community representatives and industry experts including the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne representatives and open space design and usability specialists. It will help to shape the revitalisation of Carrum as designs are developed and be a voice for the community.

The first CRRG meeting was held on 21 November 2017 and the second will be held in February 2018.

Find out more about the CRRG

We're starting construction in Carrum

Works will begin early in 2018 with the construction of the new Station Street road bridge across Patterson River. The bridge will open in late 2018.

The Station Street road bridge is the first stage of works to remove three dangerous level crossings. A new Carrum Station will be built and McLeod Road will be extended right through to the beach to provide safe access.

Carrum will also be transformed into a modern, connected and vibrant bayside suburb with:

  • new community spaces including beach promenade and village square
  • dozens of additional car parks, providing better access to Carrum’s beach and shops
  • a new walking and cycling path connecting Carrum to Frankston
  • a walking and cycling underpass at Eel Race Road
  • streetscaping and landscaping along Station Street and the Nepean Highway.

The Victorian Government has awarded a consortium comprising Lendlease, Acciona Coleman and WSP, the contract to remove the Carrum level crossings. The LXRA will work with our construction partners and Metro Trains Melbourne to build the project.

We need your help to shape the revitalisation of Carrum.

Building on the feedback already received, now is the time to decide what is included.

We want your feedback on:

  • the new village square and beach promenade - how do you want them to look and how will you use them throughout the year?
  • streetscaping and landscaping – plant varieties, look and feel
  • walking and cycling connections – how do you get around Carrum?

You’ll have the opportunity to participate in early 2018 via:

  • community forums
  • our online engagement activities
  • your Carrum Revitalisation Reference Group members.

Have a question?

The Ask Us section allows you to send questions directly to the project team. All questions and answers are posted online, so feel free to check out what other community members have asked. You may find your question has been answered already!

CRRG

The Carrum Revitalisation Reference Group (CRRG) has been established with local traders, community representatives and industry experts including the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne representatives and open space design and usability specialists. It will help to shape the revitalisation of Carrum as designs are developed and be a voice for the community.

The first CRRG meeting was held on 21 November 2017 and the second will be held in February 2018.

Find out more about the CRRG

  • Local business survey

    We want to get to know the local traders in the area.

    Please fill in our local business survey and let us know how we can best assist you during construction.

    We want to get to know the local traders in the area.

    Please fill in our local business survey and let us know how we can best assist you during construction.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    New Carrum beachside promenade survey

    Welcome to our survey.

    What are the top things you would like LXRA to consider when designing the new beachside promenade?

    Following our Carrum Revitalisation community engagement in May and June this year, do you have any more feedback you would like to share with us? Has your feedback changed?

    A key finding from our engagement was that the proximity to the beach and the natural environment makes Carrum a special place to live. There is a strong local desire for the station precinct and village square to better connected to the beach. Find out more

    Welcome to our survey.

    What are the top things you would like LXRA to consider when designing the new beachside promenade?

    Following our Carrum Revitalisation community engagement in May and June this year, do you have any more feedback you would like to share with us? Has your feedback changed?

    A key finding from our engagement was that the proximity to the beach and the natural environment makes Carrum a special place to live. There is a strong local desire for the station precinct and village square to better connected to the beach. Find out more about what the community told us.

    Take the survey.

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  • CLOSED: The feedback submission form has concluded.

    Feedback Submission Form

    We invite you to provide feedback on the Carrum Level Crossing Removal Project.

    If you wish to give feedback on this project, we encourage you to make a formal submission by Sunday 18 June 2017 using this online form.

    The Level Crossing Removal Authority will use your feedback to further enhance the project design, and community feedback and submissions will help to inform decision-making about the project.

    Feedback received will also be provided to the Minister for Planning as part of a formal request to amend the Kingston and Frankston Planning Schemes. The proposed planning scheme amendment will apply to

    We invite you to provide feedback on the Carrum Level Crossing Removal Project.

    If you wish to give feedback on this project, we encourage you to make a formal submission by Sunday 18 June 2017 using this online form.

    The Level Crossing Removal Authority will use your feedback to further enhance the project design, and community feedback and submissions will help to inform decision-making about the project.

    Feedback received will also be provided to the Minister for Planning as part of a formal request to amend the Kingston and Frankston Planning Schemes. The proposed planning scheme amendment will apply to land within the rail and road corridors affected by the project as well as the land proposed to be permanently or temporarily required for the project, including access to the rail corridor.

    The amendment will put in place a site specific planning control called an Incorporated Document permitting development of the project without the need for further planning permits.


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