WORK is progressing on two upgrade projects in the Port Macquarie CBD.
The Town Green project is due for completion in November, weather permitting, with work progressing ahead of schedule.
The pathways, power and lights have been removed and the seawall has been reinforced with 2500 tonnes of large rocks.
Completed work includes stormwater upgrades, water main relocation and the five metre-wide promenade.
The five metre-wide coloured concrete foreshore path is nearing completion.
Work has started to provide irrigation systems throughout the site, while linking pathways between the foreshore path and restaurant promenade will start in the coming weeks.
New restaurant promenade lights, seats and established plants will be added in the coming weeks.
The coming weeks will also see a start on the addition of new turf and garden landscaping.
The nearby Town Square redevelopment is progressing on schedule.
It is due for completion before the busy Christmas holiday period in mid-December, weather permitting.
The new concrete surfaces are about 70 per cent complete
Concrete and stone paving works have started to the northern end of the site and are moving south progressively.
The majority of light pole footings and planter boxes have been installed.
All underground electrical and water services have been installed, while the light poles are due to be delivered in coming weeks.
Mature trees and plants are due go in from next week.
Cenotaph embellishment works are under way with memorial plinths relocated and stone cladding works due to start this week.
The cenotaph will be available for Remembrance Day.