Lord Nelson Park Multipurpose Facility design concept accepted

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Northern Grampians Shire Council has accepted the design concept for the new Lord Nelson Park Multipurpose Building Facility in St Arnaud.

Council accepted the Lord Nelson Park Multipurpose Pavilion Concept Plan and approved progression to the next stage of detailed design for construction during an online council meeting on 7 December 2020.

The concept for the new building design was put forward by MKM Constructions following extensive collaboration with Sport and Recreation Victoria to align the designs with key sporting guidelines to ensure the sports facilities are in line with industry standards and guidelines for a fit for purpose outcome.

The design includes approximately 800 square metres of space for the new pavilion and includes movable doors for indoor/outdoor spaces, female friendly change rooms, umpire specific rooms, massage room, a state of the art canteen and more.

Northern Grampians Shire Councillor for Kara Kara Ward, Cr Tony Driscoll, is very pleased with the progress of the project.

“There is a great sense of excitement for our community and this is a great move for our community,” he said.

“These designs will make a wonderful addition to our community and we are looking forward to seeing it come together after the recent demolition of the former Tote Building.”

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