Sports Clubs Satisfaction Survey

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Are you a sports club that regularly interacts with the City? If so, the City would like to hear from you!

Our relationship with sports clubs is very important as you make an important contribution to the health and well-being of our diverse community.

To further understand our relationship with you, we are inviting sporting clubs who operate or hire a facility within the City of Nedlands to participate in the annual customer survey.

Your feedback is important to help continuous improvement of the City’s services.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

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If you are a sport and/or recreation club and interested in using the City's facilities, please visit the website, or contact Amanda Cronin, Senior Community Development Officer (Recreation) on acronin@nedlands.wa.gov.au, or (08) 9273 3559.

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Are you a sports club that regularly interacts with the City? If so, the City would like to hear from you!

Our relationship with sports clubs is very important as you make an important contribution to the health and well-being of our diverse community.

To further understand our relationship with you, we are inviting sporting clubs who operate or hire a facility within the City of Nedlands to participate in the annual customer survey.

Your feedback is important to help continuous improvement of the City’s services.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

If you are a sports club, you can participate by:

Project updates and the outcomes will be published via the News Feed on this page.

If you are a sport and/or recreation club and interested in using the City's facilities, please visit the website, or contact Amanda Cronin, Senior Community Development Officer (Recreation) on acronin@nedlands.wa.gov.au, or (08) 9273 3559.

Are you interested in other projects being undertaken by the City? Would you like to receive the City’s electronic community engagement newsletter and notification of upcoming projects? If so, please click on the 'Register to get involved' tab at the top of this page to register and be involved.

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  • Good afternoon, A comment and a few questions. I notice that the Associates Rugby Club has put a lot of money into their facilities along with grants from Nedlands Council. Have the "tigers junior football club" and Swanbourne cricket club" contributed as much in percentage to the new lower field clubhouse refurbishment? However planning and execution teams for both pavilions are to be congratulated for their upgrades. The ramp leading down to the playing fields, from the upper care park, needs to be looked at for wheelchair access. Its very steep and the transition from ramp to grasses areas is uneven. Would it not be sensible for the grass wicket to be moved from the upper field as duty of care issue. Having a hard surface in the middle of a Australian Football Rules field is asking for potential head injuries. This should be a concern for any administrator looking after children's sporting activities in this day and age. The upper field could easily hold one concrete wicket (if the cricketers) need a second wicket. This would I observe fit between the two winter fields of the rugby without causing potential head injury issues. Secondly, since I am lead to believe the Swanbourne cricket club has access to the new change rooms this would be more appropriate and enjoyable for their players and fans. So relocating the grass wicket would satisfy both enjoyment and safety issues. Finally I was down walking my dog (thursday evening) and do wish to congratulate the council on the large number of young children training on the upper field. I don't know the number but it would have been 600 as an estimate. gadfael@gmail.com

    gadfael asked almost 2 years ago

    Thank you for your feedback. The Allen Park Lower Pavilion upgrade was jointly funded by the City, Department of Sport and Recreation, Swanbourne Tigers Junior Football Club and Swanbourne Cricket Club.

    Your concerns about the ramp have been referred to the City’s Technical Services department for consideration.

    Natural grass cricket grounds are compatible with many other sports including Australian Rules Football and Rugby. Synthetic turf cricket grounds are primarily suitable for Australian Rules Football. Synthetic pitch covers are placed over pitches during the winter season to allow for football to be played.

    You may be interested in another City project. The City is embarking on a master plan for the Allen Park precinct to provide a framework for any future development. We have forwarded your comments to ABV Leisure Consultancy who has been appointed by the City to prepare the masterplan including community engagement activities.

    For more information, please visit the project engagement page on this site.