Perry Lakes | Playground Replacement

  • Project typeEngagement & Design
  • Project scheduleDecember 2023 to June 2024
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The Perry Lakes Management Plan 2021-2031 and Perry Lakes Masterplan 2021-2031 were endorsed by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 23 November 2021.

One of the key outcomes of these plans is that playground areas are to be improved to increase activation of the reserve. The playground south of West Lake was identified to be upgraded to a regional scale play space. This playground is scheduled for replacement in 2024/25. The Town commenced engagement and design for a new regional playground in 2023; the results of the community consultation will assist in the design of the new playground.

The project scope includes the engagement and design for a new regional scale playground at Perry Lakes to replace the existing playground that has reached the end of its life. Once these preparations have been made and the concepts designs are drafted, a report will be prepared for executive and council endorsement.

Scope

The project scope includes engagement and design for a new regional scale playground at Perry Lakes to replace the existing playground that has reached the end of its life.

  1. Engagement with the community and key stakeholders to inform concept design
  2. Prepare concept design
  3. Prepare report to executive and council for endorsement

Project Timeline

  1. Stage one stakeholder and community engagement (December 2023 to April 2024)
  2. Concept design development (April 2024 to May 2024)
  3. Further stakeholder and Council engagement (May 2024 to June 2024)
  4. Final draft concept (June 2024)

Progress Update

Project scoping, site analysis, and engagement is underway.

Have Your Say - Survey Analysis

To assist with design of the new playground, we had reached out to users to provide feedback through a public survey. The survey period has now closed and 256 responses were received. The survey results are being analysed and will be presented on this page in due course. Survey respondents will also be updated via email.

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