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December 20th, 2018 by admin

Sports fields report request

Looking to the future: The October 5 council meeting noted an offer for the council to buy Chase Parklands-owned land at Tuffins Lane and requested a report detailing alternate options to provide regional sports fields.ALTERNATIVEoptions to provideregional sportsfields will be examined amid uncertainty over the future of the Tuffins Lane fields.
Nanjing Night Net

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council has considered a report discussing an offer from land owner Chase Parklands for the council to buy their land at Tuffins Lane.

The matter was considered behind closed doors at the October 5 council meeting for commercial in-confidence reasons.

The council noted the offer and the attached conditions.

Councillors requested general manager CraigSwift-McNairbring back a report to the October 19 council meeting detailing alternate options to provide regional sports fields within the local government area.

Port Macquarie-Hastings mayor Peter Besseling said the council needed to look for thethe long-term future of a large regional sports field complex.

“Tuffins Lane has serious constraints that are well known to all sports groups, and State Cup aswell, and among them are drainage issues, lack of lighting and parking,” he said.

“It’s no more than looking at longer term options for the region but obviously we will need to take into account the shorter terms needs of the sporting community.”

The council hasreceived18 months’ notice to vacate the TuffinsLane leased sports fields.

The council has leased the Tuffins Lane site for years.

The 18 months’ notice to vacate extends to early March 2018.

The Tuffins Lane precinct is home to the Hastings River Junior District Cricket Association, along with Port Macquarie touch football, oz tag as well as two local football clubs.

Port Macquarie Touch Association referees director Greg Oaten urged the council to plan for the future or put at risk sporting competitions includingthe junior and senior state cups.

Port Macquarie Tourism Association president Janette Hyde said the junior and senior state cups were vital to our economy.

“The tourism industry would strongly support any move by council to fix the current dilemma,” she said about the Tuffins Laneissue.

The junior and senior state cups inject millions of dollars into the economy.

The council has an endorsedRecreation Action Plan which runs through to 2025.

Theplan aims to provide the council with the framework to caterfor the short to medium term provision of recreational facilities.

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