The Town of Walkerville wants to hear from you
What would you like to see at Walkerville Oval Community Hub?
Town of Walkerville would like your feedback!
Council plans to redevelop the central buildings and clubrooms of the Walkerville Oval, creating a “hub” to service sporting clubs and the wider community. Council is now interested in hearing your views regarding its design. Please go to the survey below to provide Council with your views on what facilities should be included in this hub to meet the community’s needs. The survey also provides the opportunity to raise any concerns you may have with regard to the proposed development.
When considering what you would view as necessary facilities in the new hub, please bear in mind recent announcements made in the press (The Advertiser, November 26, 2019) by Walkerville Council. Specifically, council announced that INEA’s lease for our Smith St home will not be renewed at the end of 2020. Walkerville chief executive Kiki Margo is, however, also quoted as saying that INEA YMCA is welcome to contact council about being involved in the proposed hub, and that INEA can talk to council about transferring current facilities into any new buildings.
We at INEA support a holistic approach when considering the recreation and sporting needs of the community. We consider the best future option for development of community recreation facilities is to be working collaboratively with council, sporting groups and other stakeholders to optimise all our existing and future indoor and outdoor spaces.
All surveys must be completed by Friday 6th December at 5pm.
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