The City of Melville commissioned SGL to prepare a master plan for a major, high profile sporting facility. The project entailed substantial discussions and negotiation with multiple sports, including rugby union, cricket, touch, soccer and bowls. The outcome was a master plan which included the reconfiguration of the playing fields and relocation of a bowling club and bridge club to a redeveloped and expanded hub building. The assignment included the preparation of a management model which extended the previous management structure to include additional parties (ie bowls, soccer and bridge).Services: Facilities, Sport
Prepared by SGL for Kogarah City Council, the Study was to establish:
Young is a regional town in NSW, which wished to review its sports facilities. Based on a detailed analysis of its existing infrastructure, a long term plan for future facilities was developed. It primarily focused on playing fields, but also incorporated other types of facilities, such as the aquatic centre.Services: Sport, Facilities, Evaluation
Undertaken in association with Creating Communities, the study reviewed the Ranger Program managed by the Central Land Council and operating in multiple indigenous communities.
The project involved discussions with traditional owners in each indigenous community. The project reviewed the effectiveness of the program based on the cost to fund the program and the outcomes delivered by Rangers.Services: Community, Evaluation, Funding
This study for Dubbo City Council involved comprehensive review of its current operations and business. Subsequently, a strategic business direction was recommended and a concept master plan prepared.Services: Evaluation, Facilities, Planning