Onslow Aquatic Feasibility Study

The purpose of this study is to prepare a feasibility study, management plan and concept design to inform the final design, capital and operational viability of the proposed Onslow Aquatic Facility.

Deliverables at the conclusion of the project are:

  • A Concept Design with General SpecificationsAn Engineering Report
  • Management Models
  • An Operational Plan and
  • A Financial Plan

Services: Evaluation, Facilities, Funding
Consultants: Phillip Gray, Colin Brown
Location: Onslow, Australia

CLC Ranger Program Development Strategy

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
Consultants: Phillip Gray
Location: Alice Springs, Australia

Coughlin Park Community Centre Development Plan

Horsham is a city, centrally located in the Wimmera and next to the Grampians National Park and the famous Mount Arapiles. It is 300 kilometres north-west of Melbourne and 450 kilometres south-east of Adelaide. With a population of over 20,000 people, the municipality is the retail, business and service centre of the Wimmera.

Horsham Rural City Council (HRCC) is committed to providing and supporting the development of recreational and sporting facilities. With this in view Council assisted the Committee of Management to develop a new facility Development Strategy for Coughlin Park.

Services: Community, Evaluation, Facilities, Funding, Planning, Sport
Consultants: Phillip Gray, Nathan Gray
Location: Horsham, Australia

South Coast Regional Aquatic Centre Business Case

The Councils of Victor Harbor and Alexandrina commissioned SGL to prepare a business case for a proposed indoor aquatic centre at Hayborough, on the south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula.  The business case was then used to attract substantial Federal Government funding for its construction.

Services: Evaluation, Facilities, Funding, Planning, Sport
Consultants: Phillip Gray
Location: Hayborough, Australia

Frankston Regional Aquatic Centre Funding Strategy

Frankston City Council (FCC) is planning to build a major regional aquatic leisure centre to meet the needs of its residents and surrounding regional population. Detailed design and costing indicated this centre was likely to cost $46.350M and as this was well beyond the financial capacities of Council to fund SGL was commissioned to complete a funding strategy that aimed to attract up to 50% of the development cost from other sources.

Services: Facilities, Funding, Planning
Location: Frankston, Australia