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12 September 2017, 05:00 PM
We are seeking your help to decide the future of the old south City Beach kiosk and toilets.
The old kiosk ceased operating in 2014 and in late-2015 the toilets were closed following construction of new public amenities at the redeveloped City Beach precinct.
Before deciding to keep or demolish the building, Council is interested to hear your views on the matter.
Further, if you would like to see the building retained, we would like to know what you think it could be used for.
COST TO RETAIN THE BUILDING
Built in the 1970s, the near 50-year old building is showing signs of wear and will continue to deteriorate if repairs are not carried out. A condition assessment has determined that while most of the building is structurally sound, the roof is corroded and needs repair. This alone will cost more than $150,000.
Also, if the building is retained but its purpose or structure is changed, there could be significant financial implications on top of the cost of roof repairs.
HAVE YOUR SAY
The community survey closed on Tuesday, 12 September.
All comments will be reported to the September 2017 meeting Council who, based on community feedback, will decide to either retain or demolish the building.
If Council decide to retain the building the next step will be to identify a preferred use. It is not intended for this consultation to result in Council approval of any specific proposals that may be suggested.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey.