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Rebuild of EDSACC Amenities Rising from the Ashes
Council's director of Environment and Planning Scott Cox said these works will deliver an improved sporting facility for our northern region's local sports clubs, players and spectators.
"The new amenities building, which is due for completion this financial year, has been designed to meet the needs of current users of the EDSACC sporting complex and accommodate the expected future use. The facility will have an increased number of toilets (ten in total, including an accessible and ambulant toilet), plus change rooms, two club storage areas, referee room and canteen with separate storage," Mr Cox said.
"To get to this construction stage, we undertook necessary investigations to identify if the remaining structure could be salvaged, planning and design activities, and pre-construction work. We appreciate the local sporting community's patience and understanding of the time it has taken to carry out these processes and believe the new facility will be worth the wait."
Mayor Lisa Matthews said sporting facilities like this one promote active and healthy lifestyles and provide opportunities for everyone to participate and connect with their local community.
"Council will continue to invest in the delivery of quality sporting infrastructure, as they are highly valued by our community and provide many health, social and economic benefits for the Central Coast," Mayor Matthews said.
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