Changes to City’s plan
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.