Reviewing feedback

Project snapshot

We asked for your feedback on the proposed concept design for the Jamieson Park Sports Amenities Building.

The concept design (Stage 2) was exhibited between 3 April and 12 May 2024 and we received over 100 comments.

Comments are now closed and we are reviewing all feedback received. We will prepare a report on the outcomes of engagement.

All comments in their entirety are made publicly available in the Community Engagement Report. Personal identifying information, and content which is discriminatory, hateful or which may defame, offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate will be redacted.

Concept design

Click on the images to see what we are proposing

Artist impressions

Click through the image gallery to see what the building will look like

Engagement outcomes (Stage 1)

We initially consulted with you between 16 August and 12 September 2022 about what you would like to see on the site and what the design should include so that it meets the needs of the community.

We received a high level of interest in the project and heard a wide range of suggestions and ideas including:

  • increased boat and equipment storage
  • a multipurpose indoor space
  • balcony or veranda for lake views
  • separate amenities for sports clubs and the public
  • a kiosk or café with a kitchen
  • a home for the sailing club
  • facilities for water sports
  • improved access to the water from the building

The feedback was used to form the basis of a list of preferred facilities / amenities to be included in the design brief for the design consultants to produce concept plans. These plans will be shared with the community in the next stage of consultation on the proposed design.

The facilities or amenities to be included in the final design will be subject to further community consultation, stakeholder feedback, project funding availability, and planning, environmental and design constraints.

Old building floor plan

A view of the old building and its internal layout. We previously asked you how can we improve the former building so that it meets community needs?