Presentation on theme: "Keyworth Activity Park Presentation to Keyworth Parish Council 8 July 2013 7pm."— Presentation transcript:
Keyworth Activity Park Presentation to Keyworth Parish Council 8 July 2013 7pm
Timeline Original Village Plan consultation 2009 World Record Postcards 2010 - £5k Rushcliffe Borough Council 2012 - £20k (to be used by March 2014 or we lose it) Notts. County Council 2013 - £50k (to be used by March 2014 or we lose it) Planning application is currently in the process by Jan Pauley, Nottinghamshire County Council.
Activity Park Group Members Brian Lund Clare Ridsdale Rob Inglis Matt Parsons Jason Jackson Other key members:- Tom Atack, Ian Whitehead Village Plan Development Group members, Gill Riley, Barrie Voyce, Andi Proffitt, Councillor Cottee A diverse group of local individuals who are parents, Grandparents and parishioners with in excess of 200 years experience of village life
Vision By meeting identified need we will create an accessible and aestethically pleasing space for young people now and in the future and the wider community to enjoy which maintains Keyworths individual character
Park Size 68m x 25m – that is 10.4% of the total area Equipment – Proludic have quoted and displays are theirs. However, this will go to best value as the project will be project managed by NCC as they have contributed the largest amount so far. –Cableway (*) –Revolve (*) –Pod Swing (*) –Rodeo Board (*) –Roll up (*) –Chip up bar (*) –Scale of Suspension (*) –Parallel Bars (*) –Hip Hop (*) –CCTV (further funding) –Signage (further funding) –Teen Shelter –Ball Court –Bins –Seating –Boulders *9 pieces of activity equipment
Park Contd./… 9 items of activity equipment A ball court (Multi Use Games Area) Teen Shelter/Meeting point Boulders Seating Bins CCTV Signage
Park Contd./… Location – identified in 2009 as part of original consultation. –Safe –Visible –Police approved (linked to teen shelter consultation) –Open access –Family oriented green area which is also free –Central area & utilising space –Promote healthy lifestyles –Young people having ownership of an area and feeling part of the community they live in –Promote play and decision making in our communitys young people.
Consultation 3 separate consultations have taken place –First in 2009 as part of Village Plan –Second in 2012 at Keyworth Show –Third June 2013 at South Wolds School* *Targeting the new intake at South Wolds who were 7 years old when the original consultation in 2009 took place.
Funding £75k funding secured Total £121,354 Leaves a shortfall of £46,354. £60k is being applied for through Veolia to include CCTV, signage and additional items (if required such as bins) Closing Date is 12 July 2013 (Friday).
Moving the Village Forward Based on 2009 figures from RBC Wolds ward represents Normanton on the Wolds, Plumtree, Stanton on the Wolds, Widmerpool, Willoughby on the Wolds, Wysall and Thorpe in the Glebe. Figures on census show Willoughby on the Wolds having 178 occupants with 53 being 0-24 years Bearing in mind also there are 450 new homes to be built in Keyworth by 2026
68m X 25m = 10.4% of the total area to be used for the Activity Park
What we need from you…. A comittment from Councillors ie a yes tonight Ownership of the park post completion
Remember In the Village Plan survey when young people were asked the following: I feel my voice would be heard if I had something to say about Keyworth –23.5% agreed or strongly agreed –67% disagreed or strongly disagreed Young People are the future of Keyworth, let us show them that, not only are their voices heard, but are also acted upon.