ryan murphy and graham quirk are delivering for hemmant

Cr Ryan Murphy and Lord Mayor Graham Quirk are delivering more than ever before for Hemmant.

Since 2012, Ryan has worked hard to improve local infrastructure like roads, drainage and parks. He’s completed the $1.8 million Bill Benham Parklands, upgraded Paul Conti Park and is delivering the Hemmant-Lytton Neighbourhood Plan, the first of its kind in history.

Ryan is making a difference and improving our area for all residents.

We are reaping the benefits from the $16,000 restoration of the Anning Monument, $1million Gosport Rd drainage improvements and Ryan’s support of local community and bushcare groups.

It hasn’t happened by mistake.

Cr Murphy is working with the Lord Mayor to ensure we get our fair share.

 
Bill Benham Parklands Remediated a former dumping site in Hemmant to a $1.8 million six-hectare fishing park.

Bill Benham Parklands
Remediated a former dumping site in Hemmant to a $1.8 million six-hectare fishing park.

Hemmant Lytton Neighbourhood Plan Drafted the Hemmant-Lytton Neighbourhood Plan, the first ever co-ordinated planning initiative for Hemmant in history.

Hemmant Lytton Neighbourhood Plan
Drafted the Hemmant-Lytton Neighbourhood Plan, the first ever co-ordinated planning initiative for Hemmant in history.

Drainage easements Re-evaluating how we deal with managing drainage reserves by taking out easements on properties where Council needs to maintain drainage.

Drainage easements
Re-evaluating how we deal with managing drainage reserves by taking out easements on properties where Council needs to maintain drainage.

Paul Conti Park Formerly named Ragnor Road Park, Paul Conti Park was upgraded and re-named after local hero, Scout Group leader Paul Conti.

Paul Conti Park
Formerly named Ragnor Road Park, Paul Conti Park was upgraded and re-named after local hero, Scout Group leader Paul Conti.

Local drainage issues Supported a significant investment in new drainage construction as well as improvement and de-silting of existing drains.

Local drainage issues
Supported a significant investment in new drainage construction as well as improvement and de-silting of existing drains.

Anning Monument refurbishment Restored the Boer War era Anning Monument to it’s former glory with a $16,000 refurbishment in time for the Centenary of ANZAC celebrations. 

Anning Monument refurbishment
Restored the Boer War era Anning Monument to it’s former glory with a $16,000 refurbishment in time for the Centenary of ANZAC celebrations.