- Friday 21 March 2008
Hinterland residents can have their say on a draft Master Plan for the Witta Recreation Reserve, which is now on display.
Sunshine Coast Regional Director of Assets and Infrastructure Andrew Ryan said the draft Master Plan, which has been developed through consultation with key user groups, aims to improve facilities and range of use of the popular reserve.
“The overall aim of the draft Master Plan is to achieve an attractive, practical sporting and recreational precinct for use by residents, sporting club participants and the broader community,” Mr Ryan said.
Some of the key features of the short term plan include the undergrounding of power to allow three senior touch football fields, upgrades to carparking, access and equity improvements and entry statement. The key features of the 5-20 year plan is the expansion to two full sized rugby union fields, four touch football fields, buffer planting to re-aligned creek, improved outdoor infrastructure and various facility improvements, as well as upgrades to the clubhouse, toilet facilities and playground.
All feedback received will be considered as part of the development of the final Master Plan.
The draft Witta Recreation Reserve Master Plan will be on display until Friday 10 April at the Caloundra office of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council, the Witta Recreation Reserve Clubhouse, and Maleny Library. Reply paid comment forms will be available at these locations.