Masterplans now out for community feedback 

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The future development and management of two key sports facilities in Noosa is now open for community feedback.

Two draft master plans have been developed for the Cooroy Sports Complex and Noosa District Sports Complex.

Community Services Manager Alison Hamblin said the two documents look to the future trends in sport.

“We have worked closely with the sporting clubs at each of the sites to get their thoughts on future plans and potential expansion,” she said.

“Both draft documents are quite detailed and will be used to guide future investment, development and management of the popular sport and recreational complexes.

“We encourage the community to have a look and let us know their thoughts,” she said.

Key recommendations include improving the vehicle, pedestrian and cycle network at Noosa District Sports complex along with a re-developed multi-sport clubhouse and gymnastics expansion at Cooroy Sports Complex.

Ms Hamblin said Council had a strong focus on maintaining sport and recreational facilities that encourage formal and informal physical activity.

“The draft Master Plans capture critical information on local population trends, projections and potential participation numbers,” she said.

The two draft master plans can be viewed on the YourSay Noosa website, with feedback open until Thursday January 2, 2020.

 
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