Multipurpose sport and recreation facility

City of Stonnington Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park in Malvern East as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility incorporating a four-court indoor sports stadium on 30 October 2017.

The development of a Masterplan for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park will plan for a multipurpose facility which will include indoor courts, the Chadstone Bowls Club, Chadstone Tennis Club and other sporting clubs and organisations who currently use the site.

To see the original feasibility study and related documentation, click here.

Community Consultation and Survey

At this initial stage of the masterplan process Council is keen to hear from the community on Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park; how you see people using it, and what is important to you.

To have your say, a series of informal drop-in sessions are planned where you can meet the design team and Council representatives to discuss the project and share your ideas.

These will take place outside the lacrosse pavilion at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park on:

  • Wednesday 25 July from 4pm to 6pm
  • Friday 27 July from 4pm to 6pm
  • Saturday 28 July from 11am to 3pm

Staff will be outside the lacrosse pavilion meeting and talking to people or under the pavilion overlooking the oval if the weather is unpleasant, Stonnington banners will clearly identify the area. These are informal sessions with no need to make a booking, please drop-in at any time.

If you can’t attend a drop-in session, share your views via this page from 18 July until 8 August, the survey will be available to view and complete on 18 July. If you would prefer to complete a printed feedback form please call 8290 1333.

At the conclusion of this consultation, feedback will inform development of a draft masterplan, which will be advertised for a further round of consultation later this year. We will contact local residents at that time.

Stakeholder Group

Council has established a Stakeholder Group, chaired by Cr Glen Atwell, with members from various stakeholder groups including three local residents, local traders from Chadstone Road, Malvern Valley Primary School and representatives from current and future sporting users of the site.

This group will advise Council on the development of a masterplan by providing representative and balanced input on behalf of stakeholders, and by identifying, assessing and prioritising stakeholder interests to achieve a balanced outcome that reflects the project objective.

The Stakeholder Group met for the first time on Wednesday 6 June where Williams Ross Architects were introduced as the principal design consultants commissioned by Council to develop a masterplan for the site. The group will meet throughout the masterplan process.

Members of the Stakeholder Group are:

  • Cr Glen Atwell – Chair
  • Julie Elliott – Resident representative
  • Joseph Gianfriddo – Resident representative
  • Bill Gray – Resident representative
  • Dimitris Tsinis – Local trader representative
  • Joshua Sheffield – Malvern Valley Primary School
  • Wayne Bird – Basketball Victoria
  • Nigel Maxwell – Chadstone Bowls Club
  • Alan Jolly – Chadstone Civic and Recreation Club
  • Scott Filliponi – Chadstone Lacrosse Club
  • Natalie Menchikova – Chadstone Tennis Club
  • Noel Fidock – East Malvern Tooronga Cricket Club
  • Linda Rowland – Prahran Netball Association
  • Simon Thomas – City of Stonnington
  • Rick Kwasek – City of Stonnington
  • Tracey Limpens – City of Stonnington

Alternative representatives have been appointed for sporting clubs if the primary member is unable to attend a meeting.

A summary of the outcomes of each meeting will be published on this page and distributed via email. Subscribe to emails here, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’.

Local residents and community members wanting to contact resident representatives can do so via email:

For general questions about the Stakeholder Group or to pass something onto all members, email ptmpstakeholders@stonnington.vic.gov.au or call 8290 1333.

Current activity in and Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park

In June site studies will commence in and around the Park. The main activities include a site land survey and traffic and parking surveys will be undertaken in the local street network. This information will help inform architects in the preparation and development of the masterplan.

Stay informed

Regular email updates will be sent to subscribers, including a summary of the outcomes of each Stakeholder Group meeting. Subscribe to email updates here, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.

Council will write to local residents at key stages of the project.

City of Stonnington Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park in Malvern East as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility incorporating a four-court indoor sports stadium on 30 October 2017.

The development of a Masterplan for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park will plan for a multipurpose facility which will include indoor courts, the Chadstone Bowls Club, Chadstone Tennis Club and other sporting clubs and organisations who currently use the site.

To see the original feasibility study and related documentation, click here.

Community Consultation and Survey

At this initial stage of the masterplan process Council is keen to hear from the community on Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park; how you see people using it, and what is important to you.

To have your say, a series of informal drop-in sessions are planned where you can meet the design team and Council representatives to discuss the project and share your ideas.

These will take place outside the lacrosse pavilion at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park on:

  • Wednesday 25 July from 4pm to 6pm
  • Friday 27 July from 4pm to 6pm
  • Saturday 28 July from 11am to 3pm

Staff will be outside the lacrosse pavilion meeting and talking to people or under the pavilion overlooking the oval if the weather is unpleasant, Stonnington banners will clearly identify the area. These are informal sessions with no need to make a booking, please drop-in at any time.

If you can’t attend a drop-in session, share your views via this page from 18 July until 8 August, the survey will be available to view and complete on 18 July. If you would prefer to complete a printed feedback form please call 8290 1333.

At the conclusion of this consultation, feedback will inform development of a draft masterplan, which will be advertised for a further round of consultation later this year. We will contact local residents at that time.

Stakeholder Group

Council has established a Stakeholder Group, chaired by Cr Glen Atwell, with members from various stakeholder groups including three local residents, local traders from Chadstone Road, Malvern Valley Primary School and representatives from current and future sporting users of the site.

This group will advise Council on the development of a masterplan by providing representative and balanced input on behalf of stakeholders, and by identifying, assessing and prioritising stakeholder interests to achieve a balanced outcome that reflects the project objective.

The Stakeholder Group met for the first time on Wednesday 6 June where Williams Ross Architects were introduced as the principal design consultants commissioned by Council to develop a masterplan for the site. The group will meet throughout the masterplan process.

Members of the Stakeholder Group are:

  • Cr Glen Atwell – Chair
  • Julie Elliott – Resident representative
  • Joseph Gianfriddo – Resident representative
  • Bill Gray – Resident representative
  • Dimitris Tsinis – Local trader representative
  • Joshua Sheffield – Malvern Valley Primary School
  • Wayne Bird – Basketball Victoria
  • Nigel Maxwell – Chadstone Bowls Club
  • Alan Jolly – Chadstone Civic and Recreation Club
  • Scott Filliponi – Chadstone Lacrosse Club
  • Natalie Menchikova – Chadstone Tennis Club
  • Noel Fidock – East Malvern Tooronga Cricket Club
  • Linda Rowland – Prahran Netball Association
  • Simon Thomas – City of Stonnington
  • Rick Kwasek – City of Stonnington
  • Tracey Limpens – City of Stonnington

Alternative representatives have been appointed for sporting clubs if the primary member is unable to attend a meeting.

A summary of the outcomes of each meeting will be published on this page and distributed via email. Subscribe to emails here, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’.

Local residents and community members wanting to contact resident representatives can do so via email:

For general questions about the Stakeholder Group or to pass something onto all members, email ptmpstakeholders@stonnington.vic.gov.au or call 8290 1333.

Current activity in and Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park

In June site studies will commence in and around the Park. The main activities include a site land survey and traffic and parking surveys will be undertaken in the local street network. This information will help inform architects in the preparation and development of the masterplan.

Stay informed

Regular email updates will be sent to subscribers, including a summary of the outcomes of each Stakeholder Group meeting. Subscribe to email updates here, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.

Council will write to local residents at key stages of the project.

  • Stakeholder Group Meeting - July

    about 19 hours ago

    The second meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park took place on Wednesday 4 July. A summary of this meeting is available here

    The second meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park took place on Wednesday 4 July. A summary of this meeting is available here

  • Community consultation and survey

    7 days ago

    At this initial stage of the masterplan process Council is keen to hear from the community on Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park; how you see people using it, and what is important to you.

    To have your say, a series of informal drop-in sessions are planned where you can meet the design team and Council representatives to discuss the project and share your ideas.

    Sessions will be held near the lacrosse pavilion at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park on:

    • Wednesday 25 July from 4pm to 6pm
    • Friday 27 July from 4pm to 6pm
    • Saturday 28 July from 11am to 3pm

    Staff will be outside the lacrosse pavilion meeting and talking to people or under the pavilion overlooking the oval if the weather is unpleasant, Stonnington banners will clearly identify the area. These are informal sessions with no need to make a booking, please drop-in at any time.

    If you can’t attend a drop-in session, share your views via this page from 18 July to 8 August, the survey will go live on 18 July. If you would prefer to complete a printed feedback form please call 8290 1333.

    At this initial stage of the masterplan process Council is keen to hear from the community on Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park; how you see people using it, and what is important to you.

    To have your say, a series of informal drop-in sessions are planned where you can meet the design team and Council representatives to discuss the project and share your ideas.

    Sessions will be held near the lacrosse pavilion at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park on:

    • Wednesday 25 July from 4pm to 6pm
    • Friday 27 July from 4pm to 6pm
    • Saturday 28 July from 11am to 3pm

    Staff will be outside the lacrosse pavilion meeting and talking to people or under the pavilion overlooking the oval if the weather is unpleasant, Stonnington banners will clearly identify the area. These are informal sessions with no need to make a booking, please drop-in at any time.

    If you can’t attend a drop-in session, share your views via this page from 18 July to 8 August, the survey will go live on 18 July. If you would prefer to complete a printed feedback form please call 8290 1333.

  • Stakeholder Group meeting – June

    29 days ago

    The first meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park took place on Wednesday 6 June. At this meeting Williams Ross Architects were introduced as the principal design consultants commissioned by Council to work with the group and develop a masterplan for the site. A summary of this meeting is available here.

    A letter to residents around the Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park site is available here, this is being distributed in the week of June 18-22.

    Summaries of each meeting will be published. Subscribe to updates here and select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ to receive these by email.

    The first meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park took place on Wednesday 6 June. At this meeting Williams Ross Architects were introduced as the principal design consultants commissioned by Council to work with the group and develop a masterplan for the site. A summary of this meeting is available here.

    A letter to residents around the Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park site is available here, this is being distributed in the week of June 18-22.

    Summaries of each meeting will be published. Subscribe to updates here and select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ to receive these by email.

  • First Stakeholder Group meeting - 14 May

    2 months ago

    The first meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park will take place on Wednesday 6 June.

    This meeting will focus on:

    • Introducing the group, members and the organisations represented.
    • Discussing the role of the group, how it will function and the process for sharing information with the community.
    • Hearing from the appointed architectural firm about how they will engage and consult with the group and the wider community in the masterplan development for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    Council will establish a procedure for communication with local residents and the wider community throughout the masterplan process based on input from the meeting.

    The first meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park will take place on Wednesday 6 June.

    This meeting will focus on:

    • Introducing the group, members and the organisations represented.
    • Discussing the role of the group, how it will function and the process for sharing information with the community.
    • Hearing from the appointed architectural firm about how they will engage and consult with the group and the wider community in the masterplan development for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    Council will establish a procedure for communication with local residents and the wider community throughout the masterplan process based on input from the meeting.

  • Stakeholder Group representatives confirmed - 26 April

    3 months ago

    Representatives for the Stakeholder Group were confirmed at Council's meeting on Monday 23 April, see page 163 of the Council report from this meeting for more information.

    Representatives for the Stakeholder Group were confirmed at Council's meeting on Monday 23 April, see page 163 of the Council report from this meeting for more information.

  • Stakeholder Group

    4 months ago

    Nominations for membership of the Stakeholder Group are now closed, Council will follow up with everyone who submitted a nomination.

    Nominations for membership of the Stakeholder Group are now closed, Council will follow up with everyone who submitted a nomination.