PEREGIAN BEACH COMMUNITY HOUSE OPEN FOR INSPECTION
Everyone is invited to inspect the coast's newest community facility during an open day at the Peregian Beach Community House on Friday, February 12 from 2pm-4pm.
The $700,000 building- a council-owned, community-run centre due to open officially in March- is intended to be an inclusive meeting place for services, events and activities.
Designed by Dan Sparks Architects and built by Peregian firm Altum Constructions, the new generation building on the corner of the David Low Way and Woodland Drive utilises natural ventilation and lighting, a 2.8kw solar panel system, on-site water collection and 20 tonnes of recycled timber.
PBCH president Barry Cotterell said the doors would be open for members of the pubic to view the building and talk to management committee members, the builder, architect and council staff involved with the project.
"This is the perfect opportunity for everyone to have a look inside this great new community asset," Mr Cotterell said.
"We are also inviting residents to sign up as volunteers to assist a manager to run their community centre.''
With the adjacent public car park still under construction, the management committee is working with the council to fit out the building.
Activities, classes and meetings will be held in the rooms and the council will be seeking permanent and semi-permanent tenants for the two offices
from the government or non-profit sector.
To join or enquire about hiring space for classes/activities or to sign up as a volunteer, contact PBCH@live.com.au
Peregian Beach Community House, Peregian Beach
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