Draft Community, Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan November 2018

Consultation has concluded

29 November 2018

Thankyou for your input on the City's timetable for upgrading and building new sports and community facilities within the City of Cockburn over the next 15 years. The final plan and feedback will go to Council's meeting on 13 December 2018 for discussion.

See the timeline for upgrades and construction of facilities here.

Here are our suggested priorities for the next few years:

  • Lakelands hockey and community facility development in South Lake
  • Treeby Reserve (provision of sports fields and community/clubroom building)
  • Wetlands Precinct in Hope Road, Bibra Lake
  • Frankland Reserve and sporting/community facility
  • Malabar Park BMX in Bibra Lake industrial estate
  • Beale Park redevelopment, Spearwood
  • Cockburn Coast oval (sporting fields component)
  • Dixon Park heritage assessment and business case

These priorities are based on an analysis of needs and gaps, population growth in various suburbs, the available funding and the City's capacity to deliver projects each year.

Sustained population growth has continued to place pressure on existing community, sport and recreation facilities in the City of Cockburn. In response, the City has worked closely with residents, community and sports groups over the last three years to draft this plan. Thank you for your input so far.

As part of the City-wide plan, we're investing more than $208 million in community facilities and reserves to support your collective needs and various activities.

See the original draft plan here and the Western Suburbs report, adopted by Council in October 2018, here. The projects in both of these reports have been merged into the timeline above.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Attend: Drop-in to our information sessions to view and consider the priorities and staging.

  • Tuesday, 27 November, any time between 5pm and 7pm, Success Regional Sports Facility, 359 Hammond Road.
  • Wednesday, 28 November, anytime between 5pm and 7pm at the Coolbellup Community Hub, 90 Cordelia Avenue.

Comment here: Provide your comments below and click on the quick poll.

Email: Send an email to our community engagement officer

Phone: Contact Leisure Planner Evi Elzinga on 94113444.

The draft plan is based on guiding principles and standards of provision. It includes a hierarchy for recreational spaces, facilities and catchment areas at a local, neighbourhood, district and regional level.

29 November 2018

Thankyou for your input on the City's timetable for upgrading and building new sports and community facilities within the City of Cockburn over the next 15 years. The final plan and feedback will go to Council's meeting on 13 December 2018 for discussion.

See the timeline for upgrades and construction of facilities here.

Here are our suggested priorities for the next few years:

  • Lakelands hockey and community facility development in South Lake
  • Treeby Reserve (provision of sports fields and community/clubroom building)
  • Wetlands Precinct in Hope Road, Bibra Lake
  • Frankland Reserve and sporting/community facility
  • Malabar Park BMX in Bibra Lake industrial estate
  • Beale Park redevelopment, Spearwood
  • Cockburn Coast oval (sporting fields component)
  • Dixon Park heritage assessment and business case

These priorities are based on an analysis of needs and gaps, population growth in various suburbs, the available funding and the City's capacity to deliver projects each year.

Sustained population growth has continued to place pressure on existing community, sport and recreation facilities in the City of Cockburn. In response, the City has worked closely with residents, community and sports groups over the last three years to draft this plan. Thank you for your input so far.

As part of the City-wide plan, we're investing more than $208 million in community facilities and reserves to support your collective needs and various activities.

See the original draft plan here and the Western Suburbs report, adopted by Council in October 2018, here. The projects in both of these reports have been merged into the timeline above.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Attend: Drop-in to our information sessions to view and consider the priorities and staging.

  • Tuesday, 27 November, any time between 5pm and 7pm, Success Regional Sports Facility, 359 Hammond Road.
  • Wednesday, 28 November, anytime between 5pm and 7pm at the Coolbellup Community Hub, 90 Cordelia Avenue.

Comment here: Provide your comments below and click on the quick poll.

Email: Send an email to our community engagement officer

Phone: Contact Leisure Planner Evi Elzinga on 94113444.

The draft plan is based on guiding principles and standards of provision. It includes a hierarchy for recreational spaces, facilities and catchment areas at a local, neighbourhood, district and regional level.

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    Based on community feedback so far, a timeline for funding has been established for upgrades and new community and sporting facilities in our growing City. Provide a public comment here or send an email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au with your feedback about the proposed timing of projects.

    Based on community feedback so far, a timeline for funding has been established for upgrades and new community and sporting facilities in our growing City. Provide a public comment here or send an email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au with your feedback about the proposed timing of projects.