Urban Utilities is committed to excellence in water and sewerage services that enhance the liveability of our communities. As part of this commitment, we're installing 2 under-ground storage tanks within the dog park in Phil Denman Park to upgrade the local sewer in Beanland Street, Jamboree Heights.

What to expect?

The upgrade is expected to take about 3 months to complete (subject to weather and site conditions). There will be construction-related noise, dust and changed traffic conditions during the works, which will include deep excavation.

Site establishment will take place onsite from Monday 3 February 2020. Activities will include installation of temporary fencing around the dog park within the construction area and site compound on Loffs Road. 

Public access to the dog park within the construction area will be temporarily unavailable during the project.  A section of the dog park will remain open to our furry friends and will be accessible via a temporary walkway during construction.

The project team will minimise the construction impacts to the extent possible, including managing noise and dust at the source and utilising traffic control.

We will keep directly impacted neighbours informed by providing regular construction updates during the project.

Work hours

The work will be done during the day between 6.30am and 6pm, Monday to Friday, with occasional work on Saturdays between 7am and 2pm, if required.

To find out more

To find out more about the Beanland Street sewer upgrade, you can:

  • Phone: 3855 6730 (business hrs) or 13 26 57 (after hrs)
  • Email: Community.Feedback@urbanutilities.com.au

Thank you for your patience during this important work.

The new  storage tanks will be installed within the dog park in Phil Denman Park. The tanks are designed to receive flows when the sewer has reached capacity during heavy rainfall, which will eliminate wet weather overflows in the area under most circumstances.


The location allows for the construction of the below-ground storage tanks to connect to the Beanland Street Sewer pump Station.

The dog park will be fully reinstated as close to the original condition as possible with the addition of two new dog shelters.