Community, Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan


We're seeking your comment on the draft Community, Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan which will guide the provision of sport and community facilities to meet the community's needs over course of the next 15 years. See the draft plan (right) and complete the survey below. This plan covers:

  • Libraries
  • Arts and cultural facilities
  • Specialised community facilities
  • Sports centres
  • Club rooms
  • Sporting reserves/ovals
  • Youth centres
  • Skate parks and pump tracks

Background

Stage one of the project, a community needs assessment, was completed in July 2016 to ensure the plan was based on research, evidence and a good understanding of the existing and future community facility needs and priorities in the City. This included consultation with residents, sport and recreation clubs, community organisations and service providers, local schools, resident associations and other interested groups.

As we know, the City has experienced rapid growth and this is set to continue for at least 15 to 20 years. The City understands the need to provide a high standard of community, sport and recreation facilities for its residents.

The draft plan was discussed at the April 2017 Ordinary Meeting and is now open for your feedback until 31 May 2017. We look forward to hearing from you.



We're seeking your comment on the draft Community, Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan which will guide the provision of sport and community facilities to meet the community's needs over course of the next 15 years. See the draft plan (right) and complete the survey below. This plan covers:

  • Libraries
  • Arts and cultural facilities
  • Specialised community facilities
  • Sports centres
  • Club rooms
  • Sporting reserves/ovals
  • Youth centres
  • Skate parks and pump tracks

Background

Stage one of the project, a community needs assessment, was completed in July 2016 to ensure the plan was based on research, evidence and a good understanding of the existing and future community facility needs and priorities in the City. This included consultation with residents, sport and recreation clubs, community organisations and service providers, local schools, resident associations and other interested groups.

As we know, the City has experienced rapid growth and this is set to continue for at least 15 to 20 years. The City understands the need to provide a high standard of community, sport and recreation facilities for its residents.

The draft plan was discussed at the April 2017 Ordinary Meeting and is now open for your feedback until 31 May 2017. We look forward to hearing from you.


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    2017 Survey

    Please read the relevant parts of the draft plan and provide your feedback here.

    Please read the relevant parts of the draft plan and provide your feedback here.

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