GRAND PLAN: The Glenlee Park Draft Concept Plan, developed in consultation with locals, will be unveiled today.
GRAND PLAN: The Glenlee Park Draft Concept Plan, developed in consultation with locals, will be unveiled today.

Council unveils Glenlee Draft Concept Plan

A GLIMPSE into the future of what Glenlee Park could become will be viewed today as Livingstone Shire Council unveils the proposed Draft Concept Plan for the area at this morning's community meeting.

Mayor Bill Ludwig said the plan had been developed in consultation with locals whose feedback had been used to provide the strategic direction for the design.

"Livingstone Council is committed to providing the facilities and recreational spaces our communities deserve and I'm extremely pleased to launch the concept plan," Cr Ludwig said.

"The master plan includes a multi-use sports oval, upgraded tennis courts, new cricket nets, a new playground area and new barbecue facilities, along with a BMX track, walking path and upgraded car park.

"Council has already allocated $100,000 towards the development of the park in the 2015/16 budget and we have recently applied for a further $100,000 in state funding under the Get Playing Places and Spaces Program."

All residents of the Glenlee community are welcome at Glenlee Park from 9am to view the plan and provide further comment on the proposed features.

Council will also meet with locals for a community open day on November 14 from 10am to noon at the Olive Estate Park.



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