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Multipurpose sport and recreation facility

At its meeting of 30 October 2017, Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility. The facility will host a four court indoor basketball/netball facility, Chadstone Bowls Club, Chadstone Tennis Club, Chadstone Recreation and Civic Club, and summer users of the sports ground.

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 and representatives from current and future sporting users of the site.

This group will advise Council on the development of a Masterplan for the new facility 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.

Council wrote to residents, local traders and current and future sporting users of the site inviting nominations. All nominations received were reviewed by City of Stonnington Councillors Cr Glen Atwell, Cr Matthew Koce and Cr Steve Stefanopoulos and representatives were confirmed at a Council meeting on Monday 23 April. See page 163 of the Council report from this meeting for more information.

Residents will be informed of further consultation opportunities as part of the Masterplan development, which is expected to happen in the second half of 2018.

At its meeting of 30 October 2017, Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility. The facility will host a four court indoor basketball/netball facility, Chadstone Bowls Club, Chadstone Tennis Club, Chadstone Recreation and Civic Club, and summer users of the sports ground.

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 and representatives from current and future sporting users of the site.

This group will advise Council on the development of a Masterplan for the new facility 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.

Council wrote to residents, local traders and current and future sporting users of the site inviting nominations. All nominations received were reviewed by City of Stonnington Councillors Cr Glen Atwell, Cr Matthew Koce and Cr Steve Stefanopoulos and representatives were confirmed at a Council meeting on Monday 23 April. See page 163 of the Council report from this meeting for more information.

Residents will be informed of further consultation opportunities as part of the Masterplan development, which is expected to happen in the second half of 2018.