Sportsground Lighting Plan for John Fisher Park
The 2017 Northern Beaches Sportsground Strategy identified a shortage of sportsfields on the Northern Beaches. In the short term, this shortfall will be addressed by using existing sportsgrounds more efficiently and by increasing capacity by actions such as installing lights, improving drainage and reconfiguring the fields.
John Fisher Park comprises sports fields (Frank Gray Oval), cricket nets (Mike Pawley Oval) and an amenity building (toilets, changing rooms) located within the greater John Fisher Park public reserves and playing fields.
The proposal is to install light posts in six locations surrounding the site which will extend the hours of use for sports that use the fields such as soccer, AFL and hockey.
The lighting infrastructure is designed to Australian Standards which limits the amount of 'obtrusive' light, minimising the impact on surrounding properties whilst ensuring a safe level of lighting for sport.
Sports clubs will be charged for the use of the lighting system. The fees will be based on power usage and a contribution to maintenance based on the type of lighting infrastructure.
The lights will be able to be turned on and off remotely, from a mobile phone by the sports clubs (if they have an approved allocation).
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Marked 'Sportsground Lighting - John Fisher Park', Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655
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Senior Asset Management Officer
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