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ANZAC Park Playground Relocation, Upgrade and Amenities Building Upgrade

Consultation closed on 29 May 2019

In August/September last year, City of Ryde asked for feedback on a proposal to upgrade the ANZAC Park Playground to a district level playground.

As the proposed upgrade includes relocating the playground closer to Wattle Street, at its meeting on Tuesday 26 February 2019 Council resolved to undertake more consultation sessions, and to include the consideration of an upgrade to the amenities building (toilet block).

Therefore, Council would like you to provide your feedback again on the playground upgrade including the relocation of the playground and an upgrade of the amenities building. 

Why is the proposed playground being relocated?

The proposed location of the playground will create a district level, play space with inclusive elements (please refer to concept design link on the right hand side of this page). The proposed location will allow for natural shading by existing trees and will be in closer proximity to the car park, amenities building, footpaths and park furniture.  Relocating the playground will increase opportunities to activate the area and transform the existing playground area into an open kick-about space.

What upgrades will be made to the amenities building (toilet block)?

Before any upgrades to the amenities building (toilet block) are considered, Council would like to know if you support an upgrade to the current amenities building and if so, what features you would like to see included.

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Council Resolution - 24 September 2019

Published on 30 September 2019

At its meeting held on Tuesday 24 September 2019 Council resolved:

(a) That Council proceed with the upgrade of the ANZAC Park playground in the location proposed during the community consultation in May 2019.

(b) That Council develops a Masterplan for ANZAC Park in 2021/22 that includes the renewal of the existing amenities building.

(c) That Council, throughout the development of the Masterplan, consults with local residents, including those of 21-27 Wattle St, to identify how the park can best meet the needs of the local community.

(d) That Council continue to liaise with the Office of the Local Government in relation to meeting the requirements of the Stronger Communities funding agreement provided towards the ANZAC Park Playground Upgrade.

 

Click here to view a copy of the Minutes from Council Meeting

Have Your Say has now closed

Published on 30 May 2019

Have Your Say for ANZAC Park Playground Relocation, Upgrade and Amenities Building has now closed.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 1 May 2019

Have Your Say on the ANZAC Park Proposed Playground Relocation, Upgrade and Amenities Building Upgrade is now open for feedback.

Have Your Say

You can have your say on the ANZAC Park proposed playground relocation, upgrade and amenities building upgrade in several ways including online or at one of our community events.

Provide feedback on the concept design via the interactive map

Use the interactive map to tell us what your favourite features of the concept design for ANZAC Park Playground are and any changes you would like to see.  You will also have an opportunity to comment on the playground relocation and the upgrade to the amenities building after leaving a comment on the map.  Submissions will be received up until Wednesday 29 May 2019.

Community Drop-in Sessions

You’re invited to meet with the project team to discuss the playground upgrade, relocation and amenities building upgrade, and ask any questions you may have.

When   Wednesday 22 May 2019
Time     Anytime between 4.00pm - 6.00pm
or
When   Saturday 25 May 2019
Time     Anytime between 10.00am - 12.00noon
or
When   Saturday 25 May 2019
Time     Anytime between 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Where  all community drop-in sessions will be near the playground, ANZAC Park, West Ryde

Online Submission Form

If you would like to comment only on the playground relocation and the upgrade to the amenities building, use the form below. Submissions will be received up until Wednesday 29 May 2019.

Past Have Your Say

Click here for more information about Stage 1 of the ANZAC Park Playground Upgrade. 

Timeline

ANZAC Park Playground Relocation & Upgrade Drop-in Sessions 22 May 2019 to 25 May 2019
Council Resolution
24 September 2019 to 24 September 2019

View the Concept Design

Related Information

Last updated on 10 October 2019