Multipurpose sport and recreation facility

Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park in Malvern East as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility on 30 October 2017.

On 15 October 2018, Council endorsed that a series of concept site options developed for the site be made available for community consultation.

The options were developed in partnership with a project Stakeholder Group to guide development of four indoor sports courts, plus upgraded facilities for the Chadstone Recreation and Civic Club and its sport sections of the Chadstone Bowls Club and Chadstone Tennis Club, as well as seasonal sporting clubs and casual users of the park.


Community consultation now open

Detailed consultation material includes plans for four options, rendered design images showing how each option will look from Chadstone Road and Quentin Road and a public open space calculation for each option. Answers to frequently asked questions are also available.

Please note the consultation material was updated on November 7 to correct an error in the way that open space was calculated for concept option 1.

Consultation on these options is open until Friday 30 November, complete an online survey to view and provide feedback on each option.

Two drop-in information sessions will take place at the Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park lacrosse pavilion:

  • Saturday 10 November 10am–12pm
  • Wednesday 14 November 5pm–7pm.

During these sessions the options will be on display with the project team available to answer questions.

Click here for more information about the community consultation process, including how feedback will be used.

Complete the online survey here.


Stakeholder Group

A Stakeholder Group, chaired by Cr Glen Atwell, with members including three local residents, local traders from Chadstone Road, Malvern Valley Primary School and representatives from current and future sporting users of the site, has been advising Council by providing representative and balanced input and by identifying, assessing and prioritising stakeholder interests.

Anyone wanting to contact resident representatives on this group can do so via email:

Summaries of Stakeholder Group meetings are available in the document library (below if you are viewing this page on a mobile device or on the right hand side of a screen if viewing on a desktop computer).

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


Stay informed

Subscribe to email updates and select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.

Council will write to local residents at key stages of the project, previous letters are available in the document library (below if you are viewing this page on a mobile device or on the right hand side of a screen if viewing on a desktop computer).

Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park in Malvern East as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility on 30 October 2017.

On 15 October 2018, Council endorsed that a series of concept site options developed for the site be made available for community consultation.

The options were developed in partnership with a project Stakeholder Group to guide development of four indoor sports courts, plus upgraded facilities for the Chadstone Recreation and Civic Club and its sport sections of the Chadstone Bowls Club and Chadstone Tennis Club, as well as seasonal sporting clubs and casual users of the park.


Community consultation now open

Detailed consultation material includes plans for four options, rendered design images showing how each option will look from Chadstone Road and Quentin Road and a public open space calculation for each option. Answers to frequently asked questions are also available.

Please note the consultation material was updated on November 7 to correct an error in the way that open space was calculated for concept option 1.

Consultation on these options is open until Friday 30 November, complete an online survey to view and provide feedback on each option.

Two drop-in information sessions will take place at the Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park lacrosse pavilion:

  • Saturday 10 November 10am–12pm
  • Wednesday 14 November 5pm–7pm.

During these sessions the options will be on display with the project team available to answer questions.

Click here for more information about the community consultation process, including how feedback will be used.

Complete the online survey here.


Stakeholder Group

A Stakeholder Group, chaired by Cr Glen Atwell, with members including three local residents, local traders from Chadstone Road, Malvern Valley Primary School and representatives from current and future sporting users of the site, has been advising Council by providing representative and balanced input and by identifying, assessing and prioritising stakeholder interests.

Anyone wanting to contact resident representatives on this group can do so via email:

Summaries of Stakeholder Group meetings are available in the document library (below if you are viewing this page on a mobile device or on the right hand side of a screen if viewing on a desktop computer).

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


Stay informed

Subscribe to email updates and select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.

Council will write to local residents at key stages of the project, previous letters are available in the document library (below if you are viewing this page on a mobile device or on the right hand side of a screen if viewing on a desktop computer).

  • Consultation on concept site options for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park

    14 days ago

    Council is seeking feedback on the design of a series of concept site options for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    Detailed consultation material includes plans for four options, rendered design images showing how each plan will look from Chadstone Road and Quentin Road, a summary of the Stakeholder Group process to date, and a public open space calculation for each option. Answers to frequently asked questions are also available.

    Please note the consultation material was updated on November 7 to correct an error in the way that open space was calculated for concept option 1.

    A community survey is open until Friday 30 November. This survey will prompt you for feedback on each option, outlining what you like or dislike about each option will help inform Council’s decision for a preferred option for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    Two drop-in information sessions will take place at the Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park lacrosse pavilion on Saturday 10 November 10am–12pm and Wednesday 14 November 5pm–7pm. During these sessions the options will be on display with the project team available to answer questions.

    Complete the survey here.

    Council is seeking feedback on the design of a series of concept site options for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    Detailed consultation material includes plans for four options, rendered design images showing how each plan will look from Chadstone Road and Quentin Road, a summary of the Stakeholder Group process to date, and a public open space calculation for each option. Answers to frequently asked questions are also available.

    Please note the consultation material was updated on November 7 to correct an error in the way that open space was calculated for concept option 1.

    A community survey is open until Friday 30 November. This survey will prompt you for feedback on each option, outlining what you like or dislike about each option will help inform Council’s decision for a preferred option for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    Two drop-in information sessions will take place at the Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park lacrosse pavilion on Saturday 10 November 10am–12pm and Wednesday 14 November 5pm–7pm. During these sessions the options will be on display with the project team available to answer questions.

    Complete the survey here.

  • Stakeholder Group meeting - October

    about 1 month ago

    A summary of the October meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park is available here, a developed concept site option for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park that was presented at this meeting is also available.

    Summaries of previous Stakeholder Group meetings are available in the document library on the project page (below if you are viewing this page on a mobile device or on the right hand side of a screen if viewing on a desktop computer).

    A summary of the October meeting of the Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park is available here, a developed concept site option for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park that was presented at this meeting is also available.

    Summaries of previous Stakeholder Group meetings are available in the document library on the project page (below if you are viewing this page on a mobile device or on the right hand side of a screen if viewing on a desktop computer).

  • Draft masterplan for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park

    about 1 month ago

    On Monday 15 October 2018, Council endorsed that three concept site options developed for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park be made available for comment as part of community consultation. A report and its attachments prepared for Council are available.

    In response to issues raised in a meeting with residents on Tuesday 9 October 2018, a further concept site option (3a) will be developed as a variation to concept site option 3. This additional concept site option will also be available for consultation.

    Consultation is expected to start in the coming weeks. More information, including responses to...

    On Monday 15 October 2018, Council endorsed that three concept site options developed for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park be made available for comment as part of community consultation. A report and its attachments prepared for Council are available.

    In response to issues raised in a meeting with residents on Tuesday 9 October 2018, a further concept site option (3a) will be developed as a variation to concept site option 3. This additional concept site option will also be available for consultation.

    Consultation is expected to start in the coming weeks. More information, including responses to frequently asked questions and a timeline for consultation, will be shared once available.

    A letter outlining the process will be sent to residents nearby Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park. You can also subscribe to email updates, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.


  • Upcoming Council meeting – Monday 15 October

    about 1 month ago

    A report has been prepared for the upcoming Council meeting on 15 October 2018, this report and its attachments are available online.

    More information will be shared once available.


    A report has been prepared for the upcoming Council meeting on 15 October 2018, this report and its attachments are available online.

    More information will be shared once available.


  • Resident information session – Tuesday 9 October

    about 2 months ago

    The Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park has reviewed potential options for the site developed by the project architect and identified a preferred layout that has been endorsed for further investigation by Council’s Steering Committee.

    The Steering Committee has requested an information session to explain this option to residents in Quentin Road and Abbotsford Avenue who are directly adjacent to the facility. Residents in these streets are invited to an information session at Phoenix Park Community Centre, 22 Rob Roy Road, Malvern East on Tuesday 9 October at 7pm, where the project architect will provide an overview of the proposal and answer questions relating to the design.

    More information can be found in a letter distributed to resident here.

    The Stakeholder Group for the Multipurpose Indoor Sport and Recreation Facility at Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park has reviewed potential options for the site developed by the project architect and identified a preferred layout that has been endorsed for further investigation by Council’s Steering Committee.

    The Steering Committee has requested an information session to explain this option to residents in Quentin Road and Abbotsford Avenue who are directly adjacent to the facility. Residents in these streets are invited to an information session at Phoenix Park Community Centre, 22 Rob Roy Road, Malvern East on Tuesday 9 October at 7pm, where the project architect will provide an overview of the proposal and answer questions relating to the design.

    More information can be found in a letter distributed to resident here.
  • Consultation period closed

    3 months ago

    Thank you to everyone who attended an onsite drop-in session or completed our online survey during July and August. Feedback from these will help assist in the development a draft masterplan, which will be advertised for a further round of consultation later this year. Council will write to local residents at this time.

    Subscribe to email updates here, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.

    Thank you to everyone who attended an onsite drop-in session or completed our online survey during July and August. Feedback from these will help assist in the development a draft masterplan, which will be advertised for a further round of consultation later this year. Council will write to local residents at this time.

    Subscribe to email updates here, select ‘Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park’ when doing so.

  • Stakeholder Group representatives confirmed - 26 April

    7 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

    8 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.