Armstrong Creek East Precinct District Sport Reserve Master Plan

The Armstrong Creek East Precinct District Sports Reserve Master Plan was developed to provide clear direction for the construction of sporting infrastructure at the first sporting reserve in Armstrong Creek and to ensure that planning meets the needs of the first Armstrong Creek community.

The Armstrong Creek East Sporting Precinct is located at 3/7 Carter Rd, Armstrong Creek VIC 3217. 

This document provides a summary of Master Plan objectives, planning and design principles, site plan and building concepts, and key recommendations and actions for delivery of proposed reserve infrastructure.


Vision

The vision for the East Precinct District Sports Reserve is to provide a shared state of the art sporting precinct to be used as the blue print for the future development of sporting infrastructure across Armstrong Creek.

As the first piece of sport and recreation infrastructure in Armstrong Creek, the East Precinct District Sports Reserve will be designed to provide a range of opportunities that encourage participation and support a new community that is healthy, active and well connected.


Plan objectives

In order to achieve this vision, a number of important objectives are considered in the plan.
Key objectives proposed include:

  • Develop competition, training and social facilities that meet the long-term requirements of tenant sports and support sustainable on and off-field club operations.
  • Maximise the use and capacity of the Reserve to accommodate year round active and passive use, and contribute positively to establishing and growing local participation in sport and recreation activities.
  • Create opportunities to maximise local community participation in club, facility and activity provision and delivery.
  • Ensure efficient and effective management practices are delivered by clubs, users, Council, sport and the local community.

Landscape Plan 

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Page last updated: Monday, 4 January 2021

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