Changes to City’s plan

Southern Telegraph - - News -

Three projects have been dropped from the lat­est re­view of the City of Rock­ing­ham’s Com­mu­nity In­fra­struc­ture Plan.

The plan, which is re­viewed an­nu­ally, guides the de­vel­op­ment, tim­ing, de­sign and lo­ca­tion of com­mu­nity in­fra­struc­ture based on sup­ply and de­mand anal­y­sis, and iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of ser­vice catch­ments over the next 10-15 years.

Three projects from the 2017 CIP do not ap­pear in the 2018 CIP im­ple­men­ta­tion plan, in­clud­ing the Warn­bro out­door hard courts, Rock­ing­ham Cen­tral (li­brary/ youth/com­mu­nity) and Bal­divis District Sport­ing Com­plex stage 3 (cy­cling and pavil­ion).

An iden­ti­fied need for the City to pro­vide a speci­ficpur­pose youth fa­cil­ity has seen the Rock­ing­ham Youth Venue in­cluded in the 2018 CIP re­view as a stand­alone fa­cil­ity in place of a space in­cor­po­rated into Rock­ing­ham Cen­tral.

Aqua Jetty stage 2 works, Se­cret Har­bour Com­mu­nity Li­brary and the Rock­ing­ham Aquatic Cen­tre projects have un­der­gone scope change since the last re­view.

The of­fi­cer’s re­port said the 2018-28 CIP re­flected the City’s cur­rent sit­u­a­tion, and the needs of the cur­rent and fu­ture com­mu­nity.

Coun­cil­lors unan­i­mously sup­ported the new plan.

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