Maintenance and Capital Works

Maintenance and Capital Works
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We have an on-going program of capital works, as well as infrastructure upgrades to ensure that standards are kept high. Works and projects We have an on-going program of capital works, as well as infrastructure upgrades to ensure that standards are kept high.  

Current projects​



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Our crews comply with all NSW Health COVID-19 regulations whilst they carry out work.

For more information, contact Council’s Projects Team on or 0427 133 082.
If you would like to receive updates on any project, please email with your email or mobile number and the project/s.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​2023-24 Capital Works Projects

During 2023-24, Council will be investing $114.9* million in Capital Works projects, including:

  • $13.9M for roads, car park, bridge and traffic upgrades;

  • $9.6M for parks, playgrounds and sporting facilities;

  • $2M for water quality improvements;

  • $4.2M for town centres;

  • $60.3M for community buildings and leisure and aquatic facilities;

The projects, which have been identified and prioritized for 2023-24, were selected based on the condition of existing assets, adopted strategic plans and feedback from residents. More than 10,000 residents told us they want Canterbury-Bankstown to be safe and strong; clean and green; prosperous and innovative; moving and integrated; healthy and active; liveable and distinctive; and leading and engaged, by 2036 (see here)​​.​ For more information on Council’s plan for the City, view a copy of the Operational Plan.

2023/24 Capital Works Program

We have an on-going program of capital works as well as upgrades to buildings, parks, playgrounds and roads across the area, to ensure that standards are kept high.

Non-Council related projects impacting local residents


Closure of parts of Griffith Park during December, January and February 

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is completing low voltage enabling and relocation works related to its AC Feeder Upgrade Project in Canterbury-Bankstown. 
This includes work in Griffith Park, Bankstown, which means parts of the western area of the park will be closed to the public at various times between December, January and February. 
The works and closures have been scheduled so as to not affect the Lunar New Year Celebrations to be held in the park on Saturday 3 February 2024. 
Traffic will also be affected along the project’s route between Bankstown and Revesby and also between Sefton, Birrong and Yagoona. Visit the TfNSW website or call TfNSW on 1800 684 490 for more information.

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Southwest Metro

The Sydney Metro project is a NSW Government-led initiative, and the information on this website is for informational purposes only. If you have any questions about the project, please contact Sydney Metro City & Southwest directly on 1800 171 386, or visit



The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.