Have Your Say: Narambi Recreation Reserve

You’re invited to view and provide feedback on the draft concept plan for the Narambi Recreation Reserve.

Mornington Peninsula Shire is holding a community drop-in session, where participants will have an opportunity to speak with key project officers about the future design direction of the reserve on Thursday 11 April 2019 (details below). 

The draft concept plan and report identifies a broad range of enhancements to Narambi Recreation Reserve, including:

  • an additional dual-use oval for AFL and cricket
  • new multi-use pavilion
  • two cricket nets
  • the creation of a new hard court area and play space
  • access points to adjacent schools
  • changes to the path network to improve pedestrian circulation around the reserve
  • landscape improvements

The redevelopment will provide access to a range of active sports and passive recreation opportunities. We’re working to encourage increased participation in recreation across the Peninsula and these improved sports facilities will allow better flexibility of use. 

The Shire has consulted with key stakeholders such as the user groups of Narambi Recreation Reserve and the adjacent schools to make sure the redevelopment is designed to accommodate the needs of its users. 

Community consultation is an integral part of the design process and Council encourages the community to submit their comments on the draft plan.

Comments received from the public will be considered by Council to ensure the design meets the user groups and community needs.

LINKING TO SPORTS CAPACITY PLAN

This project is part of the Shire’s draft Sports Capacity Plan (Volume 1 – Sports Fields) which was prepared to investigate the current and future demand of field-based sports.

The Sports Capacity Plan also aims to provide direction on the future provision and standard of sporting facilities to meet the needs of field-based sports now and into the future and is currently on public exhibition until Friday 29 March.

Download: Draft Narambi Recreation Reserve Report(PDF, 22MB)

Download: Appendix 1(PDF, 16MB)

Download: Appendix 2(PDF, 17MB)

Download: Appendix 3(PDF, 83MB)

Have your say

Community consultation is currently open until Friday 26 April

Submit an online survey:

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Drop in session:
Thursday 11 April, 4pm - 7pm

Narambi Recreation Reserve Pavilion, Narambi Road, Mornington

Email: Email your submission to: haveyoursay@mornpen.vic.gov.au with the subject line ‘Narambi Recreation Reserve’.
 
Post: Attention: Infrastructure, Re: Narambi Recreation Reserve, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Private Bag 1000, Rosebud, Victoria, 3939

In person: Surveys are also available to complete in hard copy at the Shire’s offices in Rosebud, Mornington, Hastings and Somerville.

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