Georges River Draft Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study

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Georges River Council recently invited community members to a presentation on the Georges River Draft Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study by Otium Planning Group. If you were unable to attend a session, this filmed presentation provides a comprehensive overview of the study's findings and evaluation.

As part of Georges River Council's community consultation regarding the draft Georges River Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study, Otium Planning Group held four information sessions where they presented an overview of the study and its draft key findings.

These sessions provided the opportunity for residents to get further clarification on the findings, with a total of 52 people attending.

If you were not able to attend these sessions, you can find the presentation under the document library. A video of the presentation will also be available soon.

Submissions can be received until 28 February 2020.


Have your say on Regional Aquatic Facilities in the Georges River

Georges River Council is undertaking community consultation regarding the Draft Georges River Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study (the Study).

Otium Planning Group has been commissioned by Council to explore options for a potential third aquatic facility within the Georges River area. The Study will be on public exhibition for an extended period which takes into consideration the school holidays, to enable as many people as possible to have their say.

The Georges River community is encouraged to review the Study and make submissions between 23 December 2019 and 28 February 2020.

Otium Planning Group has applied 14 sustainable assessment criteria to four possible locations within the Study area. These sites include the Sans Souci Leisure Centre, Todd Park, Carrs Bush Park and Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

The future Regional Aquatic Facility has a wide scope, which may include an indoor or outdoor 50 metre pool, 15 metre or 25 metre heated program pools and other uses, such as a cafe, crèche, gymnasium, health and wellbeing centre, water splash play area, community meeting spaces and car parking.

Community members can access the Study on this page. In addition you can make submissions relating to this consultation directly via email at regionalaquatics@georgesriver.nsw.gov.au.

Feedback can also be shared via letter to The General Manager, Georges River Council, PO Box 205, Hurstville BC NSW 1481.

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Georges River Council recently invited community members to a presentation on the Georges River Draft Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study by Otium Planning Group. If you were unable to attend a session, this filmed presentation provides a comprehensive overview of the study's findings and evaluation.

As part of Georges River Council's community consultation regarding the draft Georges River Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study, Otium Planning Group held four information sessions where they presented an overview of the study and its draft key findings.

These sessions provided the opportunity for residents to get further clarification on the findings, with a total of 52 people attending.

If you were not able to attend these sessions, you can find the presentation under the document library. A video of the presentation will also be available soon.

Submissions can be received until 28 February 2020.


Have your say on Regional Aquatic Facilities in the Georges River

Georges River Council is undertaking community consultation regarding the Draft Georges River Regional Aquatic Site Suitability and Feasibility Study (the Study).

Otium Planning Group has been commissioned by Council to explore options for a potential third aquatic facility within the Georges River area. The Study will be on public exhibition for an extended period which takes into consideration the school holidays, to enable as many people as possible to have their say.

The Georges River community is encouraged to review the Study and make submissions between 23 December 2019 and 28 February 2020.

Otium Planning Group has applied 14 sustainable assessment criteria to four possible locations within the Study area. These sites include the Sans Souci Leisure Centre, Todd Park, Carrs Bush Park and Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

The future Regional Aquatic Facility has a wide scope, which may include an indoor or outdoor 50 metre pool, 15 metre or 25 metre heated program pools and other uses, such as a cafe, crèche, gymnasium, health and wellbeing centre, water splash play area, community meeting spaces and car parking.

Community members can access the Study on this page. In addition you can make submissions relating to this consultation directly via email at regionalaquatics@georgesriver.nsw.gov.au.

Feedback can also be shared via letter to The General Manager, Georges River Council, PO Box 205, Hurstville BC NSW 1481.