The Trangie Sporting Precinct is set to have a fresh new look, and the Narromine Shire Council are seeking community feedback on the proposed upgrades to the facility.
Council at its meeting on August 8, 2018 adopted the Sport and Recreational Services Master Plan, in which the council engaged the Barnson Landscape Architecture team to develop a concept plan for the Trangie Sporting Precinct.
Three workshops have been conducted with sporting clubs who utilise the grounds to identify their future requirements, gain long term ideas for the development of their sports and facilitate a design which balances the needs of all clubs.
The concept plan was developed with consideration to create a multifunctional park for the entire community, create multipurpose spaces, enhance the landscape, improve accessibility, improve visitation and achieve long term sustainability.
Following public exhibition feedback, the concept plan will be staged to allow for identification of potential funding opportunities, as well as prioritisation of needs and community demand in a logical way. This will ensure that the infrastructure is developed in a way that allows future stages to be completed with minimal disruption.
Narromine Shire Council General Manager Jane Redden said the sporting precinct concept plan fits with the community plan's objectives.
The plan will be on public exhibition until 5pm on Wednesday, April 17.
It can be found online at at the Council's website or at the Tomingley BP, Trangie Library, Narromine Library and Narromine Shire Council Customer Service and Payments Center.
Written submissions may be addressed to the General Manager, PO Box 115, Narromine, NSW 2821 or emailed to email@example.com.