This study reviewed sport and recreation facilities in Laverton, and Outback Township in WA.
The scope included:
The study recommended establishing a sporting precinct around the existing hall, swimming pool, school and oval.Services: Facilities, Sport, Evaluation
Prepared for the City of Rockingham it involved detailed market research to determine the viability of a major extension and redevelopment of an existing facility. Substantial financial modelling was conducted as part of the business planning.Services: Facilities
Prepared for the City of Fremantle, this study reviewed the viability of co-locating four primary tenants (Bowls, Junior Football, Junior Cricket & Petanque) of the Hilton Reserve’s northern end in one multi use facility at a site to be determined (on the basis of creating a northern hub). The terms of reference also required an examination of the advantages and disadvantages of redeveloping the existing facilities.Services: Facilities, Sport
The study was commissioned by The City of Port Adelaide Enfield to:
The aim of this project was to review of all Public Open Space and provide information to guide future strategic direction where a need is identified for both existing Public Open Space and any Future Public Open Space. The review addressed active sports grounds, passive reserves, CBD reserves, natural areas (Under Shire of Esperance control) satellite towns and coastal locations. The report was prepared after substantial engagement with Council, Council officers and the Esperance community.Services: Evaluation, Sport