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COMMUNITY SERVICES
COMMITTEE - Leisure Services

14
6 SEPTEMBER 2016
COUNCIL MEETING 12 SEPTEMBER 2016

3.2 - PROPOSED REDEVELOPMENT OF CROSS PARK CRICKET PAVILION
Cr Ruth Butterfield left the meeting, the time being 07:38 PM
WARD

:

ALL

FILE No.

:

M/513/16

DATE

:

30 August 2016

REF

:

FG

RESPONSIBLE
MANAGER

:

Executive Manager
Community Services

In Brief:
 This report outlines a request from
Roleystone
Junior
Cricket
Club,
Roleystone Karragullen Cricket Club and
Roleystone Netball Club for the
redevelopment of the Cross Park Cricket
Pavilion.
 Recommend that Council note the
proposal for the redevelopment of Cross
Park Cricket Pavilion and consider it as
part of the master planning strategy.

Tabled Items
Nil
Officer Interest Declaration
Nil
Strategic Implications
1.3 The community has the services and facilities it needs
2.3 Well managed infrastructure
Legislation Implications
Nil
Council Policy/Local Law Implications
RECN3 – Club / Community Group Application(s) for Council support of capital work
projects
Budget/Financial Implications
There are no financial implications arising from the recommendation of this report. It is
noted that there are no funds currently allocated in the Long Term Financial Plan for the
redevelopment of the Cross Park Cricket Pavilion.
Consultation
1.
Roleystone Junior Cricket Club
2.
Roleystone Netball Club
3.
Roleystone Karragullen Cricket Club
4.
Community Services
5.
Technical Services
BACKGROUND

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In March 2013 the Cross Park Master Plan was endorsed by Council, the first of twelve
master planning projects. (C8/3/13). One of the recommended initiatives from the Master
Plan was:
The cricket club pavilion to be upgraded by the cricket club, including terracing to enhance
the spectators’ experience with netball toilets, storage and use to be included/provided for.
Since the Master Plan process began Roleystone Junior Cricket Club, Roleystone Karragullen
Cricket Club and Roleystone Netball Club have proactively raised funds for contribution
toward the refurbishment and recently engaged Curtin University third year Architecture
students to consider the proposed refurbishment within their curriculum.
The clubs have a combined total of four hundred and three (403) members, representing a
wide range of the community:
Membership
Age

Membership
Gender
31%
42%

Junior

Female
58%

Male

Senior

69%

Since the Cross Park Master Plan was endorsed a number of initiatives have been completed
or are currently underway. These include:
 Installation of a Skate Park
 Refurbished Multi Use hard courts
 Relocation of Cricket Nets
 Planning for a Men’s Shed and Community Garden

DETAILS OF PROPOSAL
Representatives from the clubs approached Officers to propose a Department of Sport and
Recreation Community Sporting Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) application for current
2016/17 funding round. For a number of reasons it is not considered timely to progress a
CSRFF application for this significant project at this point;
1. While there has been progress towards a design, further input is required from City
departments to develop the proposal to a point suitable for a CSRFF application
2. Council has yet to consider the overall implications of the various Master Planning
initiatives. While these have all been considered on a localised level, Council has not
had the opportunity to consider them in context or how they may be prioritised for
inclusion in the Long Term Financial Plan
3. The total cost of the project has not been confirmed and there is no current funding
allocation in the Long Term Financial Plan for a refurbishment or rebuild of the facility
A design brief was developed for the third year Architecture students at Curtin University,
from which a concept plan was developed. The brief was seeking to maximise the potential of
the site and achieve a functional and efficient layout. Ongoing management of the facility

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and the reserve has been a primary consideration. The brief and subsequent work with the
Curtin University students has resulted in a preference for a complete rebuild, as a more
suitable and cost effective option to a refurbishment.
The clubs have also demonstrated a financial contribution for the proposal.
COMMENT
ANALYSIS
The project has merit and the process is well considered with the clubs taking a proactive lead
in the future of a community facility. While officers support further development of the
proposal the timing needs to be aligned with finalising the Master Plan process.
OPTIONS
1. Note the ongoing planning work being carried out regarding this proposal. This is the
preferred option.
2. Change the recommendation
CONCLUSION
It is recommended that Council note the proposal for the redevelopment of the Cross Park
Cricket Pavilion for consideration in determining how the Community Hubs Master Planning
initiative should proceed.
ATTACHMENTS
There are no attachments for this report.
Committee Discussion
Committee had a discussion on the wording of the recommendation with a view to making it a
positive reference by adding ‘and consider it as part of the master planning strategy’ at the
end of the sentence. The recommendation was amended to include this wording.
RECOMMEND

C34/9/16

That Council:
Note the proposal for the redevelopment of Cross Park Cricket Pavilion and consider it
as part of the master planning strategy.
Moved Cr C M Wielinga
MOTION CARRIED
Cr Ruth Butterfield returned to the meeting, the time being 07:45 PM

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