Draft New Town Sporting Precinct Master Plan


Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit feedback on this project, the Draft New Town Sporting Precinct Master Plan was presented to the Parks and Recreation Committee on 6 June 2019.

The Master Plan was then presented to Council at their meeting on 17 June 2019 and the resolutions were:

  • The New Town Sporting Precinct Master Plan, dated 29 May 2019 and marked at Attachment A to item 6.7 of the Open Parks and Recreation Committee agenda of 6 June 2019, be approved as a tool for guiding the future planning and development of the precinct.
  • The following actions in the Implementation Plan be progressed:
    • The City continue to monitor the potential for any future site options and the feasibility for relocating the New Town Croquet Club;
    • The City undertake a local area traffic management plan, including an initial assessment of the potential benefits or implications arising from implementation of the Master Plan;
    • Sporting clubs initiate feasibility assessments for the proposed new sports facilities within the precinct;
    • The City and the clubs seek funding support and grants to support implementation of the Master Plan on a staged basis;
    • Should funding become available for the project, the City take a lead role in facilitating the staged implementation of the Master Plan.
  • The City undertake development of a local area traffic management plan and progress additional planning for the site, at an estimated cost of $50,000 to be funded within Parks and Recreation Management Function within the 2019-20 Annual Plan.
  • The City continue to work with stakeholders in the management of the site.



Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit feedback on this project, the Draft New Town Sporting Precinct Master Plan was presented to the Parks and Recreation Committee on 6 June 2019.

The Master Plan was then presented to Council at their meeting on 17 June 2019 and the resolutions were:

  • The New Town Sporting Precinct Master Plan, dated 29 May 2019 and marked at Attachment A to item 6.7 of the Open Parks and Recreation Committee agenda of 6 June 2019, be approved as a tool for guiding the future planning and development of the precinct.
  • The following actions in the Implementation Plan be progressed:
    • The City continue to monitor the potential for any future site options and the feasibility for relocating the New Town Croquet Club;
    • The City undertake a local area traffic management plan, including an initial assessment of the potential benefits or implications arising from implementation of the Master Plan;
    • Sporting clubs initiate feasibility assessments for the proposed new sports facilities within the precinct;
    • The City and the clubs seek funding support and grants to support implementation of the Master Plan on a staged basis;
    • Should funding become available for the project, the City take a lead role in facilitating the staged implementation of the Master Plan.
  • The City undertake development of a local area traffic management plan and progress additional planning for the site, at an estimated cost of $50,000 to be funded within Parks and Recreation Management Function within the 2019-20 Annual Plan.
  • The City continue to work with stakeholders in the management of the site.


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    The City welcomes your feedback on the Draft Master Plan for the New Town Sporting Precinct.

    The City welcomes your feedback on the Draft Master Plan for the New Town Sporting Precinct.

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