Netball court plan to go ahead

15 Jun 2018

Council considered community feedback in a report at its meeting on 22 May 2018. At the meeting Council resolved that;

1. Council proceed with the detailed design and delivery of three new netball courts with supporting sports training lighting at Richard Murden Reserve Haberfield;

2. The three courts be constructed as multipurpose courts to support both basketball and netball, with final design ensuring users can independently switch the use without requiring Council assistance;

3. Council provide public toilets in close proximity to the proposed new courts in 2019/20, with design to include rooftop solar PV and water tanks if feasible;

4. Council undertake road line marking to provide parking for up to 30 car spaces along Hawthorne Parade in the area immediately adjacent to the proposed multipurpose court area;

5. Council bring a further report to Council with measures to address usage of the courts after 9pm;

6. Signage be installed informing the public that ball games are not to be played after 9.00pm;

7. Parking and traffic conditions be reviewed 6 months subsequent to the opening of the courts and reported to Council; and

8. Council make provision for casual basketball and netball use of this facility.

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