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1 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex Community Information Evening Tuesday 7 December 2010 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex #1036752.

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1 1 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex Community Information Evening Tuesday 7 December 2010 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex #

2 2 Overview Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) –Design Elements –General Specifications –Construction Timeframe Update Masterplan –Design Elements Summary Proposed Sportsfield User Policy Questions Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

3 3 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) Design Elements –Multi Purpose Facility – ( m 2 ) 2 Basketball Courts [International Size] –Athletics Track –3 Football Fields (Soccer) (100m x 68m) [FIFA/FNC Std] –2 Cricket Ovals (able to be used for AFL) –1 Rugby Field (100m x 68m) [ARL/NRL/ International Std] –2 General Purpose Fields (50m x 80m) –1 Hockey Field (91.4m x 55m [International Size]) –2 External Netball Courts Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

4 4 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) Design Elements (cont) –146 Space Sealed Car Park (plus 6 Bus/Coach spaces) –158 Space Car Park (plus 9 Bus/Coach Spaces) –Amenity Block includes Canteens between Rugby and Hockey Fields –Toilet Block between Netball Courts & General Purpose Field –Canteen Facility incorporated into Multi Purpose Facility –Storage Facilities/Site Workshop –Water Reuse Irrigation System from West Byron STP Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

5 5 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) General Specifications –Field sizes to at least Regional Standard –Access Roundabout to RTA standard (can be upgraded in future if required) Emergency access to be constructed to north through WBSTP Site –2 Bioretention Basins have been constructed –Site soils have been treated and reused onsite –Field Lighting 100 Lux - Football Fields 200 Lux - Athletics Field Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

6 6 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) General Specifications –Ewingsdale Cycleway Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

7 7 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) Construction Timeframe –Earthworks Completed –Turf Complete Feb 2011 –Irrigation Complete Feb 2011 –Perimeter Fencing Complete Jan 2011 –Lighting Complete March 2011 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

8 8 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) Construction Timeframe –Turf maintenance (approx 9.5 ha) Complete June 2011 –Amenities/Sheds Complete Feb 2010 –Roundabout Complete December 2010 –Car park Complete Feb 2011 –Landscaping Complete Feb-May 2011 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

9 9 Stage 1 - Concept (Current Works) Construction Timeframe –Multi Purpose Facility Concept Plans Completed– June 2010 DA Approved – August 2010 D & C Contract (Close Tender)– 7 December 2010 Award of Contracts –MPF– December 2010 –MPF Project Management– December 2010 Construction commences- Feb/March 2011 Footings to be laid - by June 2011 MPF Completion - December 2011 Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

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13 13 Master Plan Summary Design Elements –Field Lighting to Aust Std and REF requirements Typical lux –Criterium Cycle Path – 1000m –Skate Park –Playground Area –Additional Parking 41 spaces plus overflow on General Purpose Field Seal remaining 158 unsealed car park and bus area –Visitor Information Centre –Additional Outdoor Netball Court Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

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15 15 Proposed Sportsfield User Policy Shire Wide Approach –Review Current and Future Maintenance –Audit Current Payments – e.g. Electricity –Usage – Sporting Groups, Schools –Classification System –Procedure Development i.e. Wet Weather –Undertake Consultation –Associated Policy Development Naming of Public Places and Community Facilities Policy BSC Sponsorship Policy –Will inform management of BRSCC Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

16 16 Questions?? Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex

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