Sport and recreation at Errington - Join the Community Reference Group
We're looking for people who want to join a community reference group focused on sport and recreation projects at the Errington Precinct.
Mayor of Brimbank, Cr Margaret Giudice said the group will provide a direct communication channel between the community and Council during the implementation of sport and recreation projects as part of the Errington Precinct Master Plan.
“The transformation of Errington in St Albans is well underway.
“Since the master plan’s adoption in 2012 we’ve seen a number of transformative changes take place including the inclusive playground, Alice’s Playspace, and redevelopment of the Errington Community Centre into the St Albans Community Centre, including Bowery Theatre.
“It’s now time to turn our attention to the various sport and recreation projects planned for the precinct, including plans for an integrated sports pavilion, new tennis courts, and reconstruction of the sports oval.
“It’s important that as this transformation continues, so too does the input of the community.
We Want You
“We’re calling for residents to put their hands up to be part of the Errington Precinct Master Plan Implementation Community Reference Group: Sport and Recreation Projects,” the Mayor said.
The role of the Community Reference Group will be to:
- Directly engage St Albans residents and other interested community representatives in the process of implementing the Errington Precinct Master Plan: Sport and Recreation Projects.
- Provide a forum for sharing ideas and discussing different issues, perspectives and points of view.
- Complement and add more detailed insights as part of the broader stakeholder engagement process for the Errington Precinct Master Plan.
- Offer a forum for testing and discussing ideas and solutions.
- Identify and raise any issues of concern for Council to consider.
- Provide for information exchange between local residents, community groups, Council, and other relevant stakeholders in relation to the implementation of the Errington Precinct Master Plan – Sport and Recreation projects.
The committee will operate on a voluntary basis during 2018 with meetings to be held as required at key project timeframes.
Interested community members are required to submit their interest in being a co-opted member by completing the online application form available on Council’s website - brimbank.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay
Co-opted members will be selected following assessment of applications via set criteria linked to the questions being asked on the application form.
Applications open Tuesday 23 January and close on Tuesday 6 February.
For more information, including terms of reference and online application form visit www.brimbank.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay or call 9249 4000.