CONSTRUCTION work on the Wimmera Street roundabout project has commenced with minor disruptions through the intersection.
The project is accompanied by the placement of pavers near the Post Office, which ties in with the continued theme throughout the Main Street.
Northern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Murray Emerson said the project was on track and on budget.
"The project is on time and will be delivered before Easter," he said.
"We've got the foundations in and the brickwork done to match up with Coffee Palace Park.
"The lighting will go in and in the next couple of weeks more will be done with the planting of the plants to complete the project."
Cr Emerson said in the centre of the roundabout, a raised section would be used as a spot for a display.
Cr Emerson said the project was funded from funding set aside from the Main Street development.
The Main Street development project was completed in October 2018, officially opened in the November.
"We didn't enter into any contracts with the Swinburne University of Technology," Cr Emerson said.
"We didn't get to the stage with the University of having discussions of what they thought.
"We had discussions about the development of the project and could they give us some ideas as part of their submission."
Earlier in 2019, Cr Emerson said the project hadn't been handled all that well.
"It has taken us a long time to get to where the community wants us to be," he said.
Road closure notices advised motorists disruptions were in place for some parts of the intersection until February 14.
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