Proposed Licence Agreement between Council and Leichhardt Tennis Academy at Punch Park Tennis Courts


Council has granted a licence to Neil Andrew Armstrong trading as Leichhardt Tennis Academy for the commercial use of tennis courts at Punch Park, Wortley Street, Balmain.


What does the licence include?

  • A three (3) year licence for Tennis Coaching, Competitions and Mentoring at specific times set out in the Punch Park Plan of Management
  • Neil Andrew Armstrong, trading as Leichhardt Tennis Academy as the licensee
  • The use of the Tennis and Multi-sports Courts, being park to Lot 1 DP 797902


Find out more

Read the Punch Park Plan of Management


Have your say

Council is now seeking community feedback

Council has granted a licence to Neil Andrew Armstrong trading as Leichhardt Tennis Academy for the commercial use of tennis courts at Punch Park, Wortley Street, Balmain.


What does the licence include?

  • A three (3) year licence for Tennis Coaching, Competitions and Mentoring at specific times set out in the Punch Park Plan of Management
  • Neil Andrew Armstrong, trading as Leichhardt Tennis Academy as the licensee
  • The use of the Tennis and Multi-sports Courts, being park to Lot 1 DP 797902


Find out more

Read the Punch Park Plan of Management


Have your say

Council is now seeking community feedback on this licence agreement. You can provide feedback

  • Online using the form below
  • In writing Inner West Council. PO Box 14, Petersham 2049, please attention written correspondence to Joel Giblin, Property Officer, LSC

Submission close at 5pm on Tuesday 18 December 2018


What happens next

Council will consider all feedback and decide whether to proceed with the granting of the licence.


  • Licence awarded

    7 months ago

    Council has awarded the licence to Leichhardt Tennis academy. The licence will come to force in May 2019.

    Council has awarded the licence to Leichhardt Tennis academy. The licence will come to force in May 2019.