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Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre

What is the project?

The City of Marion has committed to the development of a new regional level high quality indoor and outdoor multipurpose sports and community centre at Mitchell Park.

The Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre will offer a range of high quality facilities including

  • Open space playing fields
  • Outdoor courts
  • Indoor 4 court facility
  • Function/multipurpose spaces
  • Commercial grade kitchen
  • Meeting rooms
  • Community centre
  • Dog training hall and outdoor facilities
  • Kiosk
  • Model car track
  • Outdoor fitness and trails

Subject to funding in 2017/18 it is anticipated the facility will be opened in 2020/2021.

Once opened, the centre will provide spaces, which can be hired by groups and the general public.

Prior to finalising the design and management arrangements the City of Marion is seeking expressions of interest from groups who may wish to book available space in the facility as long term users on a regular basis.

When will it be built?

The project is dependent on receiving external funding in the order of 50% of the project cost. Subject to funding in 2017/18 it is anticipated the facility will be opened in 2020/2021.

Background

On 8 December 2015 Council endorsed Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre as one of a range of projects to be undertaken as the preferred location for the development of multi-purpose indoor sports facilities and the integrated development of facilities for existing sporting clubs & dog club and the development of a community centre to replace the Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre.

The concept design for Mitchell Park Sports Community Centre is complete.

At the General Council meeting on 28 June 2016 Council endorsed a four indoor multi-purpose courts and new community centre concept design and a funding commitment of up to $9.875 million.
Council is currently seeking partnership funding of $9.875 million to deliver this facility.

Why Mitchell Park?

Marion Council is seeking to reinvigorate local health, social, education and business services by building a new regional sports and community facility. The Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre will address shortages of indoor recreation facilities in southern Adelaide, link to the nearby innovation centre Tonsley Innovation District and Flinder's University, and be a hub for new community events.

What is the project?

The City of Marion has committed to the development of a new regional level high quality indoor and outdoor multipurpose sports and community centre at Mitchell Park.

The Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre will offer a range of high quality facilities including

  • Open space playing fields
  • Outdoor courts
  • Indoor 4 court facility
  • Function/multipurpose spaces
  • Commercial grade kitchen
  • Meeting rooms
  • Community centre
  • Dog training hall and outdoor facilities
  • Kiosk
  • Model car track
  • Outdoor fitness and trails

Subject to funding in 2017/18 it is anticipated the facility will be opened in 2020/2021.

Once opened, the centre will provide spaces, which can be hired by groups and the general public.

Prior to finalising the design and management arrangements the City of Marion is seeking expressions of interest from groups who may wish to book available space in the facility as long term users on a regular basis.

When will it be built?

The project is dependent on receiving external funding in the order of 50% of the project cost. Subject to funding in 2017/18 it is anticipated the facility will be opened in 2020/2021.

Background

On 8 December 2015 Council endorsed Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre as one of a range of projects to be undertaken as the preferred location for the development of multi-purpose indoor sports facilities and the integrated development of facilities for existing sporting clubs & dog club and the development of a community centre to replace the Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre.

The concept design for Mitchell Park Sports Community Centre is complete.

At the General Council meeting on 28 June 2016 Council endorsed a four indoor multi-purpose courts and new community centre concept design and a funding commitment of up to $9.875 million.
Council is currently seeking partnership funding of $9.875 million to deliver this facility.

Why Mitchell Park?

Marion Council is seeking to reinvigorate local health, social, education and business services by building a new regional sports and community facility. The Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre will address shortages of indoor recreation facilities in southern Adelaide, link to the nearby innovation centre Tonsley Innovation District and Flinder's University, and be a hub for new community events.

  • Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre Expression of Interest Form - closes 1 December 2017

    About the Expression of Interest (EOI)

    The Expression of Interest Application Form must be completed in full online. The EOI process opens on 30 October 2017 and closes on 1 December 2017.

    Following confirmation of full project funding and management arrangements City of Marion or its managing agent, will negotiate club/user group access agreements.

    The City of Marion will endeavour to consider all requests however, it is possible that some requests will not be accommodated or maybe considered a conflict of interest with the operation of the facility.

    The EOI process will onlyContinue reading

    About the Expression of Interest (EOI)

    The Expression of Interest Application Form must be completed in full online. The EOI process opens on 30 October 2017 and closes on 1 December 2017.

    Following confirmation of full project funding and management arrangements City of Marion or its managing agent, will negotiate club/user group access agreements.

    The City of Marion will endeavour to consider all requests however, it is possible that some requests will not be accommodated or maybe considered a conflict of interest with the operation of the facility.

    The EOI process will only determine the allocation of regular, ongoing bookings. The City of Marion considers regular, ongoing bookings as bookings that occur at regular intervals.

    Requests for use of the community playing fields and casual, one off bookings of indoor and other spaces within the Mitchell Park complex will also be considered. 

     

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