Announcement of new multipurpose sport and recreation facility – 31 October
City of Stonnington Council confirmed Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park in Malvern East as the site for a new multipurpose sport and recreation facility incorporating a four-court indoor sports stadium on 30 October 2017.
The development of a Master Plan for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park will soon commence to plan for indoor courts to be located alongside the Chadstone Bowls Club, Chadstone Tennis Club and other sporting clubs and organisations who use the site.
Presentation of findings of feasibility study to Council - 26 October 2017
The findings of the Stonnington indoor stadium feasibility study will be presented to Council on Monday 30 October.
The study and associated reports are available here.
Assessment of three alternative sites – 5 September 2017
At last night’s Council meeting, Councillors noted a report on three possible alternate sites for an indoor stadium. These sites were land within the Malvern Valley Golf Course, Orrong-Romanis Reserve, and the car park opposite the East Malvern RSL Club.
This report is available to read and will form part of the final feasibility study.
Update on assessment of three alternative sites – 22 August 2017
After reviewing a draft of the report into three possible alternate sites for an indoor stadium in Stonnington (the Assessment of Alternate Sites Report), Councillors determined at this week’s Council meeting that more work was needed to ensure the information available is complete.
Consequently, Councillors have requested further information be gathered and included in a final report to be presented at the Council meeting on Monday 4 September.
Council motion on indoor stadium feasibility study – 14 July 2017
At this week’s Council meeting, Councillors resolved to consider three possible alternate sites for an indoor stadium. These sites are land within Malvern Valley Golf Course, Orrong-Romanis Reserve, and the car park opposite the East Malvern RSL Club. A review of all Council owned sites previously considered for the location of an indoor stadium, including these three sites, is underway. A Site Summary Report will be brought to Council on 21 August 2017.
Community consultation workshops and survey closed – 10 July 2017
Thank you to everyone who attended one of Council’s community consultation workshops and completed a survey on the proposed location for the Stonnington Indoor Sports Stadium.
The information gathered through this process will form part of the feasibility study that is currently underway.
We are listening to the community and we want to assure residents that no final decision has been made.
Consultant appointed to review sites and prepare preliminary concept plans – 7 July 2017
Hansen Partnership has been appointed to undertake a review of the Council owned sites previously considered for accommodating a new indoor sports stadium, and to prepare preliminary concept plans for a number of sites identified for further investigation through that review process. The sites to be reviewed include Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park, Orrong Park and Romanis Reserve, land within the Malvern Valley Golf Course, along with other Council owned sites.
This detailed site analysis and preliminary concept presentation will assist Council to determine the most appropriate location for the stadium.
Hansen Partnership will also be responsible for preparing the final feasibility study for presentation to Council for further consideration.
Community survey launched and community consultation sessions announced – 30 May 2017
A community survey and consultation sessions form a key part of Council’s feasibility study on the preferred location for the indoor sports stadium.
Register to attend a consultation session or complete the community survey through Connect Stonnington.
Stonnington Indoor Sports Stadium project update - 15 March 2017
As part of a comprehensive feasibility study, Council will conduct the following:
- Existing Users Assessment
- Social Impact Assessment
- Stadium Operations Plan; and
- Parking and Traffic Assessment
Feasibility study announced - 8 December 2016
At last night’s Council Meeting, Councillors announced Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park as the preferred site for the proposed indoor stadium and for a detailed feasibility study to be undertaken.