Les Burger Fields youth space upgrade

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The youth recreation space at Cabarita Beach’s Les Burger Field will be upgraded and expanded during 2017.

Concept plans for the expansion have been produced and are on display for public comment until the end of March.

The plans include a multi-functional half basketball court area, informal concrete stepped seating and associated landscaping to complement the existing skate park and help ensure the site caters for a wider range of users, including families with young children.

Click here to see the concept plans.

Click here to provide your feedback.

Feedback can be submitted until 10 April 2017.

The youth recreation space at Cabarita Beach’s Les Burger Field will be upgraded and expanded during 2017.

Concept plans for the expansion have been produced and are on display for public comment until the end of March.

The plans include a multi-functional half basketball court area, informal concrete stepped seating and associated landscaping to complement the existing skate park and help ensure the site caters for a wider range of users, including families with young children.

Click here to see the concept plans.

Click here to provide your feedback.

Feedback can be submitted until 10 April 2017.

Consultation has concluded
  • Cabarita groups help mould concept designs

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    over 3 years ago

    Council officers have been working with a range of Cabarita-based groups since August 2015 to develop the concept plans.

    They include Tweed Coast Raiders Junior Rugby League Sport Club, Cabarita Bogangar Residents Association, Cabarita Youth Service, and the Lions Club of Cabarita Beach and Pottsville Beach.

    Initial upgrade designs were provided to each group to share with their membership and their feedback was incorporated into the current concept designs.

    Feedback is now sought from the wider community to help finalise the plans.

    Click here for an easy way to provide your input before submissions close on Monday 10 April 2017.

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  • Upgrade addresses safety initiatives

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    over 3 years ago

    The Tweed Youth Strategy and Action Plan, adopted by Council in 2013, identified a number of community safety initiatives.

    The planned Les Burger Fields upgrade is in line with those safety initiatives, so Council resolved in April 2016 to redirect funds from Council’s Community Safety Plan to help pay for the youth space upgrade.