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Engagement Snapshot

Here is an overview of all the activities involving community for the purpose of participation.

Overview

The revised Delroy Parklands Recreational Precinct Master Plan is on display for the community to provide feedback on changes made to the original report in response to community feedback and projected population growth.

In early 2021 a draft Joira Oval Play Space was exhibited consulting specifically on the playground, without identifying the supporting infrastructure, carparks, amenities and ovals. It was recommended by Council to address the larger strategic approach to population growth within the area.

The Delroy Parklands Recreational Precinct Master Plan is proposed to cost $3.2million across 3 stages shown below, but the timing of the works is dependent on internal and external funding opportunities.

Stage 1 will include the playground, carpark, amenities and footbridge
Stage 2 will include the playing fields and additional carpark
Stage 3 will include the multi-court, skate park and outdoor gym.

View the complete Delroy Precinct Master Plan

Master Plan and Stages

Master Plan and Stages

Master Plan Stages

A staged implementation plan for the Delroy Parklands Recreational Precinct.

Stage 1

  • Playground
  • Carpark (19 spaces)
  • Amenities (One male/1 female/1 unisex disabled)
  • Pedestrian footbridge

Stage 2

  • Playing fields with lighting
  • Additional carpark (30 spaces)
Stage 3
  • Multi-court
  • Skate park
  • Outdoor Gym

Stage 4

  • Additional amenities and change rooms

Quick glance at elements & stages

Quick glance at elements & stages

Stage 1 Playground | Proposed Map & Amenities

Stage 1 playground

Legend

1. Stepping Stones

2. Mulch Play Area

3. Toddler Play Area / Shade Sail

4. Sandstone Logs

5. Sand Play Area

6. Nature Play Adventure Space ( log balance beams, climbing boulders, log steppers).

7. Structured Play elements. (slide, climbing frame, swing set).

8. Concrete Footpath

9. Shaded Bench Seating

10. Mass Planting

11. Shaded Picnic Table

12. Open Turf Area

13. Amenities

Submission Process

In accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 1998, written submissions received by Council containing personal information may be made public when the matter goes before Council for consideration, as it may be included in Council’s Business Papers. Persons have the right to remain anonymous if they so choose by refraining from submitting their personal information, however, the submission may be given less weight in the overall assessment and consideration of the draft Policy.



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