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Construction Begins on New Wadalba Playspace
Construction commenced on 28 January and is due for completion by the end of April 2020, weather permitting.
To ensure this community space reflects the values and preferences of this growing community, Council undertook community consultation by way of an online survey, with feedback guiding the development of the concept plan for the reserve featuring the new local level playspace.
Council's Director of Environment and Planning Scott Cox said the playspace has been designed to provide a shared active space for the many young families that live in this growing area.
"This inclusive playspace includes a multi-play unit with numerous slides and climbing ropes, a swing set incorporating a nest swing, interactive panels, see-saw and balance play equipment with partial rubber softfall surfacing and a pathway network for improved accessibility.
"In addition, park furniture, shelters and a water re-fill station will also be constructed to enhance the play and stay experience."
Mayor Lisa Mathews said playspaces are valuable areas for our community to socialise and for kids to learn through active play.
"Council has listened to the community and understands how important the need is for this playspace at Wadalba. We have brought forward planning and construction for this project so it can be completed this financial year," Mayor Matthews said.
"We will continue to invest in the delivery of quality and inclusive playspaces to create an active and connected community - one in which everyone feels welcome and can participate."
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