LEETON'S CBD area has resembled a construction site for a couple of weeks, but once completed the work should be a sight for sore eyes.
While work is continuing in Wade Avenue as part of the CBD enhancement project, Leeton Shire Council is also progressing through more construction just a hop, skip and a jump down the road.
Redevelopment work currently happening in Chelmsford Place is part of phase two of council's CBD enhancement plan.
Council's director of operations Peter Keane said the work had been happening for several weeks now, with changes in place for pedestrians and to some extent, motorists.
He said the project includes the replacement of both footpaths either side of Chelmsford Place between Kurrajong Avenue and Sycamore Street and the installation of a new taxi rank on the western side of Chelmsford Place.
"New gardens and trees will also be installed alongside the pedestrian pavements and include pavement lighting," Mr Keane said.
"The project will also see the replacement of the pram ramps and pavement outside of the post office that lead across Chelmsford Place.
"Redevelopment of the pavement to the front of the Roxy will also take place as part of these works.
"We will see the continuation of the paving theme from Wade Avenue continue here and will also include granite paving elements."
Mr Keane said this part of the work was scheduled for completion by June 30.
Meanwhile, the work in Wade Avenue is also continuing, with part of the road remaining closed to motorists at this time.