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Draft Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026

Consultation closed on 09 April 2017

To view the final Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026 please see Latest Updates below.

The draft Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026 (the draft Strategy) is on public exhibition for your comment.

The purpose of the draft Strategy is to provide a framework for the on-going effective provision, management and coordinated development of recreation facilities and services across the City of Ryde.

Understanding and planning for sport and recreation is essential in ensuring that the community have sufficient and equitable opportunities to live an active lifestyle. To achieve these opportunities, it is necessary to plan for changes in sporting and recreation needs strategically, and to build in flexibility and adaptability to the existing and future facilities.

The draft Strategy specifies seven goals and specific areas for strategic focus in the City of Ryde as it designs, plans and manages sport and recreation into the future.

The seven goals are:

  • Goal 1 - To Make the Most of What We Have
  • Goal 2 - Equitable Access for All
  • Goal 3 - We Understand and Respond to the Needs of Our Diverse Community
  • Goal 4 - Our Facilities are Fit For Purpose
  • Goal 5 - We Provide Inclusive and Accessible Sport and Recreation
  • Goal 6 - Our Community Will be Aware of Our Facilities and Programs
  • Goal 7 - Sustainable Management of Facilities and Sport

The goals were developed in response to the outcomes of community consultation and research into the sport and recreation industry. The consultation included surveys, focus groups, discussions with state sporting organisations and sport and recreation clubs within the local area. 

In addition to consultation, the draft Strategy has been developed on the basis of a review of local and regional trends along with an investigation of community needs and expectations for sport and recreation within the City of Ryde. This draft Strategy is supported by an Implementation Plan (Section 10) that outlines projects and facilities to be delivered over the short, medium and long term. 

The draft Synthetic Surface Action Plan (2016 - 2026) is included as a reference document. 

 

Latest Updates

Council Resolution 18 July 2017

Published on 24 July 2017

At its meeting Tuesday 18 July 2017, Council resolved: 

(a) That Council endorse the adoption of the Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016- 2026 incorporating the Synthetic Surface Action Plan 2016-2026 to provide a framework for the ongoing effective provision, management and coordinated development of recreation facilities and services across the City of Ryde.

(b) That Council write to the members of the community who wrote submissions advising of the Council’s resolution and thanking them for their time and input. 

 

Have Your Say is now closed - Public Exhibition

Published on 9 April 2017

The public exhibition of the Draft Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026 has now closed.

Have Your Say is now open - Public Exhibition

Published on 6 February 2017

The Draft Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026 is now available on public exhibition for your comment. 

Have Your Say is now closed - Survey

Published on 18 October 2015

 The survey has now closed.

Have Your Say extended - Survey

Published on 21 September 2015

Have Your Say has been extended and will now close Sunday, 18 October 2015.

Have Your Say is now open - Survey

Published on 26 August 2015

The survey is now open for you to have your say. Survey closes Sunday, 20 September 2015.

Have Your Say

We encourage you to get involved and provide a submission on the draft Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026. Submissions can be made online (using the online form below), by e-mail or post. Written submissions must be clearly marked as ‘Draft Sport and Recreation Strategy' and will be received up until 9 April 2017. They can be sent to:

Following the consultation period, all submissions will be considered and the draft Strategy appropriately adjusted. It is anticipated that the amended strategy, including an appendix containing a review of all submissions, will be presented to Council for formal adoption in mid-2017. 

Online Submission

 The submission period closed on 9 April 2017.

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Timeline

Project Completed
1 August 2017 to 1 August 2017

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Council Reports & Resolutions

Hard Copies of the Draft Strategy

From 6 February until 9 April 2017 hard copies of the Draft Sport and Recreation Strategy 2016-2026 are available to be viewed at: 

  • Customer Service Centre
    1 Pope Street, Ryde 
    (Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 5.00pm)
  • North Ryde Office Reception
    Level 1, Building 0, 3 Richardson Place, North Ryde
    (Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm)
  • All City of Ryde Libraries
    (during branch hours)

For further information please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.

Last updated on 8 August 2017