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On the road again in Hurstville

By Louise Morrin

When you look at buying property, you don't just engage with the home itself – you take a look at the wider neighbourhood. Are there good schools nearby? What is the traffic like? Is the infrastructure good? These are phrases you'll often be repeating when it comes time to look for a house.

To manage its infrastructure, the Hurstville City Council have employed the Infrastructure Management Group to look at all of this. This means the roads, curbs and gutters across the suburb will be surveyed so the council can undertake future works. 

Cars will drive around the area and take recordings of the roads and footpaths, which will make a large database of how the roads in Hurstville are looking.

This will be great news for anyone looking at property in St George, as the local council productiveness makes sure your neighbourhood will have quality infrastructure in the years to come. If you have previously lived in an area with sub-standard footpaths, you will understand how they can be a daily nuisance that often goes overlooked – not so here in St George! 

Quality road connections makes for healthy links between suburbs and between here and the rest of Sydney – another reason St George is an excellent place to live. 

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