Onslow Park Tennis Club infrastructure survey

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Consultation has concluded

The Rosalie Park Master Plan (RPMP) (available on the city's website) was developed in 2015 and contains a list of proposed infrastructure developments for Rosalie Park, inclusive of Onslow Park Tennis Club. The cost of implementing all the actions within the RPMP was circa $25M.

With the Local Government amalgamation proposals and the subsequent City of Perth Act taking place at the same time, the RPMP was not a workable document and no funding has been allocated for the proposed infrastructure developments. No significant infrastructure upgrades have occurred at Rosalie Park since the RPMP was developed.

The purpose of this survey is to provide an opportunity for Onslow Park Tennis Club to identify infrastructure development priorities to accommodate your Club’s current and future requirements. This information can then be used by the city to consider planning for future infrastructure upgrades in the city.

This survey closed at 4pm on Monday 7 May 2018.

If you have any queries or would like to discuss any of the questions please contact Amy Fuller, Sport & Recreation Officer on 6229 6620 or on amyf@subiaco.wa.gov.au

The Rosalie Park Master Plan (RPMP) (available on the city's website) was developed in 2015 and contains a list of proposed infrastructure developments for Rosalie Park, inclusive of Onslow Park Tennis Club. The cost of implementing all the actions within the RPMP was circa $25M.

With the Local Government amalgamation proposals and the subsequent City of Perth Act taking place at the same time, the RPMP was not a workable document and no funding has been allocated for the proposed infrastructure developments. No significant infrastructure upgrades have occurred at Rosalie Park since the RPMP was developed.

The purpose of this survey is to provide an opportunity for Onslow Park Tennis Club to identify infrastructure development priorities to accommodate your Club’s current and future requirements. This information can then be used by the city to consider planning for future infrastructure upgrades in the city.

This survey closed at 4pm on Monday 7 May 2018.

If you have any queries or would like to discuss any of the questions please contact Amy Fuller, Sport & Recreation Officer on 6229 6620 or on amyf@subiaco.wa.gov.au