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7 City of Greater Geelong Drysdale / Clifton Springs Cultural and Community Hub Sub-Regional Sports Precinct ISSUES PAPER The purpose of this paper is to outline the issues that have been raised to date in the initial tasks of the project and to ensure, through review and reporting, that the key issues have been identified. Introduction: The purpose of this project is to prepare a Master Plan for the future development Drysdale/Clifton Springs Subregional Sports Precinct. The plan will need to ensure the long-term sport and recreational aspirations of the active sport groups in the Drysdale/Clifton Springs community ensuring that the needs and aspirations of local residents, the schools, community centres and other community facilities are residents are taken into consideration. The Land proposed to be the Drysdale/Clifton Springs Sub-regional Sports Precinct is bordered by: Drysdale/Ocean Grove Road (Grubb Road) to the West Peninsula Drive (Including St Thomas Catholic Primary School, St Ignatius Catholic College, Bellarine Arts Centre Potato Shed and Bellarine Secondary College) to the East Belchers Road to the South Andersons Road to the North The Bellarine Peninsula Context: The Site: The total area of the reserve is approximately 45 hectares. The site is owned by the City of Greater Geelong. The lower potion to the south-east is leased under two separate agreements to the Bellarine Secondary College, and a portion of the site to the western edge is leased to the Ambulance Service. The SES also occupies part of the Ambulance Service s leased site. Page 1

8 Key Issues Planning The site is currently zoned Mixed Use Zone (MUZ) and is proposed to be rezoned to a Special Use Zone (SUZ). Under this zone a minor sport and recreation facility does not require a permit and a outdoor recreation facility is a permit required use. Under the proposed zone applications for certain buildings and works are exempt from public notification and appeal rights. This should facilitate the development of the site. Other lease holders on the site need to be considered in the preparation of the Master Plan: Ambulance Service / SES, Bellarine Secondary College (Community Nursery) Flora and Fauna significance and heritage significance seem to be focussed in the Community Nursery Area (that is leased to the Secondary College) and the Basin Reserve, which is to the east of the study area. Aboriginal Heritage sites exist in the vicinity but do not appear to impact directly on the site. Integrated master planning of the whole precinct will be critical to a successful outcome Sporting There are currently competing demands for existing sporting space and projected population growth and increase in junior sports participation suggest that more sporting facilities are certainly required on this site Some additional sporting facilities are indicated for proposed subdivisions it will be important to analyse and justify demand and clearly demonstrate how future sporting needs will be accommodated Interest has been indicated for the following sporting activities to be considered: o Football (Australian Rules) o Football (Soccer) o Cricket o Athletics o Multi-use areas for activities like rugby, hockey, tennis, softball..(school sports) o Multi-use hard courts Consideration needs to be given to expansion of stadium facilities for long term indoor sports demands Potential for regional sports field development: turf and/or synthetic surface for training (like Belmont Common) and/or competition for specific sports Complementing other opportunities that exist or are planned across the Bellarine Peninsula and not duplicating projects/facilities Identifying flexible solutions that can maximise multi-use and changing use as community demands vary over time Need to manage expectations with respect to requests for facilities (like swimming pools) Built Form Built facilities to support sporting uses and other community activities: Multi-use, maximum sharing.. Potential for Parks and Gardens Depot for the City of Greater Geelong Recreation Uses The Bellarine Peninsula Leisure and Recreation Needs Study 2005 and the City of Greater Geelong Study of Open Space Networks 2002 established recommendations relating to identified gaps in quality local informal park and linear link sites Passive recreation parkland for local and regional community is needed to meet gaps in current provision Play and public facilities and amenities could be included Consideration of meeting rooms for local clubs needing a home needs to be included Schools Public and private schools already exist in the study area, bringing to this site large numbers of children and young people daily from all over the Bellarine Peninsula Joint school/community facilities for sporting, recreation and other activities Page 2

9 Potato Shed Preparing a Master Plan that suggests potential for shared parking with the Sports Precinct site Community Residents on eastern side of the study area have concerns about traffic management, noise, preservation of The Basin and any potential sealing of Gillies Road Access and Linkages It is recognised that this site is isolated from the existing community and the future development of the regional cultural and community hub will need to ensure that safe and efficient pedestrian and cycle links are provided across Andersons Road and Portarlington Road Access roads, car parking and pathways throughout the site this is a significant issue given the significant traffic management challenges for the current schools on the site. Additional traffic load into this site will require careful planning to provide safe entry, parking and exit for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians Potential extension of Peninsula Drive down to Belchers Road Creating linkages and connections to other community destinations Landscaping Landscaping and open space for community use Generally Drought tolerant indigenous species would be preferred Environmental Design Water capture, storage treatment and re-use facilities o Consideration of all options for capture and re-use from stormwater on-site and from surrounding areas, schools and other buildings o Must ensure that water retention is allowed by Water Authority / Catchment Management Authority Consider how to treat the existing dams in the master plan Creating/integrating natural and built environments with attention to environmentally sustainable design in all aspects of the Master Plan (energy, water, vegetation) Sustainable sporting field development drought tolerant species, etc Financial Considerations Funding and facility partnerships Life Cycle Planning Capital costing, asset management and renewal Maintenance and sustainability of site Innovations in design and master planning outcomes Page 3

10 City of Greater Geelong Drysdale / Clifton Springs Cultural and Community Hub Sub-Regional Sports Precinct DRAFT ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES PAPER The purpose of this paper is to summarise the issues that have been raised and to identify potential opportunities in the development of a Sub-regional Sports Precinct Master Plan. This Issues and Opportunities Paper is informed by: Technical Briefing Paper, prepared in December 2009 relating to the site. Issues Paper, prepared in January 2010 that summarised key issues that have been identified to date. Stakeholder and community consultation conducted in November/December 2009 that has provided input into the preparation of a draft master plan. Introduction: The purpose of this project is to prepare a Master Plan for the future development Drysdale/Clifton Springs Sub-regional Sports Precinct. The plan will need to ensure the long-term sport and recreational aspirations of the active sport groups in the Drysdale/Clifton Springs community ensuring that the needs and interests of local residents, the schools, community centres and other community facilities and residents are taken into consideration. The Land proposed to be the Drysdale/Clifton Springs Sub-regional Sports Precinct is bordered by: Drysdale/Ocean Grove Road (Grubb Road) to the West Peninsula Drive (Including St Thomas Catholic Primary School, St Ignatius Catholic College, Bellarine Arts Centre Potato Shed and Bellarine Secondary College) to the East Belchers Road to the South Andersons Road to the North The Bellarine Peninsula Context: The Site: The total area of the reserve is approximately 45 hectares. The site is owned by the City of Greater Geelong. The lower potion to the south-east is leased under two separate agreements to the Bellarine Secondary College, and a portion of the site to the western edge is leased to the Ambulance Service. The SES also occupies part of the Ambulance Service s leased site. Page 1

11 Strategic Context The Drysdale/Clifton Springs Structure Plan 2009 included some preliminary urban design and the following concept plan was produced to illustrate how a regional cultural and community hub may be developed: Planning Issues for the site are: There is heritage significance on part of the site (powder magazines) will need to be researched and considered. Flora and Fauna significance seems to be focussed in the Community Nursery Area (that is leased to the Secondary School) and the Basin Reserve, which is to the east of the study area. Aboriginal Heritage sites exist in the vicinity but do not appear to impact directly on the site. This will, however, need to be verified. Please refer to mapping references from Council s data attachments to this Paper. Page 2

12 The Bellarine Peninsula Leisure and Recreation Needs Study 2005 and the City of Greater Geelong Study of Open Space Networks 2002 established recommendations relating to the provision of new facilities and enhancement and improvement of existing recreation spaces within the Drysdale and Clifton Springs area. There are identified gaps in quality local informal park and linear link sites and access to additional playing fields is an emerging issue associated with strong growth in junior sports participation and general population increases that will need to be addressed in the short-term. (Project Brief, p5,15) The Potato Shed Bellarine Multi Arts Centre opened in 2001 and is a model of a joint partnership venture between Council and schools. The facility is a hub of activity for all ages and a highly valued community cultural resource on the Bellarine Peninsula. The facility is well utilised and currently offers 150 seat theatre space, multi purpose rooms, music labs, practice rooms and kitchen and bathroom facilities. The facility hosts a number of events including SpudFEST, Youth Fest, Winter Solstice One Act Plays and regular professional touring companies. A demand analysis was carried out to look at demands and opportunities for the future and as a result a Master Plan was developed. The adopted Master Plan identifies opportunities to expand the facility in two stages. Stage 1 recommends an additional theatre space, music lab and recording and rehearsal space and additional car parking. Stage 2 would be considered once Stage 1 plans have been realised and includes a much larger 350 seat theatre space. The master plan (showing the proposed ultimate build-out) potentially impacts on the site for this study see plan below and the location of additional car parking. Note that there are connections both north and south for school pedestrian and bus access. The eastern portion of the site, initially considered for additional car parking, may be designated as outdoor open air event / performance space. Page 3

13 Considerations for the Site The land at this site is a major community asset and presents a significant opportunity to build on the existing site facilities. The area already contains a number of community facilities including public and private schools and a community arts centre (i.e. Potato Shed). It is recommended this land be identified as a regional cultural and community hub and used to provide future recreational (sporting fields and multi purpose sports centre) and community facilities (i.e. youth services and a further expansion of emergency service facilities). It is recognised that this site is isolated from the existing community and the future development of the regional cultural and community hub will need to ensure that safe and efficient pedestrian and cycle links are provided across Andersons Road and Portarlington Road. (Extract from Project Brief, p5) The potential scope for the Master Plan and possible developments may include (but not be limited to): Regional sports field development: turf and/or synthetic surface Built facilities to support sporting uses and other community activities Landscaping and open space for community use Generally drought tolerant indigenous species would be preferred Access roads, car parking and pathways throughout the site this is a significant issue Potential extension of Peninsula Drive down to Belchers Road Parks and Gardens Depot for the City of Greater Geelong Water capture, storage treatment and re-use facilities o Consideration of all options for capture and re-use from stormwater on-site and from surrounding areas, schools and other buildings o Must ensure that water retention is allowed by Water Authority / Catchment Management Authority Joint school/community facilities for sporting, recreation and other activities Passive recreation parkland for local and regional community Play and public facilities and amenities Other considerations will include: Funding and facility partnerships Maintenance and sustainability of site Creating/integrating natural and built environments with attention to environmentally sustainable design in all aspects of the Master Plan (energy, water, vegetation) Complementing other opportunities that exist or are planned across the Bellarine Peninsula and not duplicating projects/facilities Creating linkages and connections to other community destinations Identifying flexible solutions that can maximise multi-use and changing use as community demands vary over time Innovations in design and master planning outcomes Page 4

14 Issues and Opportunities The following table summarises the issues that have been identified so far in the project and outlines potential opportunities that can be considered in the draft master plan. Issues Opportunities Planning The site is currently zoned Mixed Use Zone (MUZ) and is proposed to be rezoned to a Special Use Zone (SUZ). Under this zone a minor sport and recreation facility does not require a permit and an outdoor recreation facility is a permit required use. Under the proposed zone applications certain buildings and works are exempt from public notification and appeal rights. This should facilitate the development of the site. Other lease holders on the site need to be considered in the preparation of the Master Plan: Ambulance Service / SES, Bellarine Secondary College (Community Nursery). Flora and Fauna significance and heritage significance seem to be focussed in the Community Nursery Area (that is leased to the Secondary College) and the Basin Reserve, which is to the east of the study area. Aboriginal Heritage sites exist in the vicinity but do not appear to impact directly on the site. Integrated master planning of the whole precinct will be critical to a successful outcome. Sporting There are currently competing demands for existing sporting space, and projected population growth and increase in junior sports participation suggest that more sporting facilities are certainly required on this site. Some additional sporting facilities are indicated for proposed subdivisions it will be important to analyse and justify demand and clearly demonstrate how future sporting needs will be accommodated. Development of the site with consideration of outcomes of technical reports and using the Structure Plan 2009 for guidance. Retain sites for Ambulance / SES and Community Nursery. Consider potential to relocate fire brigade training from Drysdale Recreation Reserve to this site. Priority in master plan is to preserve existing flora and fauna and heritage values in the Community Nursery Area and the Basin Reserve. Noted point as above. Maximise multi-use / integrated planning in all aspects of design and construction including WSUD detail in master plan. Both junior and senior sport, male and female participation will be catered for. Master plan will complement existing and proposed opportunities at Jetty Road and other future subdivisions. Page 5

15 Issues Opportunities Interest has been indicated for the following sporting activities to be considered: Football (Australian Rules) Football (Soccer) Cricket Athletics Multi-use areas for activities like rugby, hockey, tennis, softball..(school sports) Multi-use hard courts Consideration needs to be given to expansion of stadium facilities for long term indoor sports demands. Potential for regional sports field development: turf and/or synthetic surface for training (like Belmont Common) and/or competition for specific sports. Complementing other opportunities that exist or are planned across the Bellarine Peninsula and not duplicating projects/facilities. Identifying flexible solutions that can maximise multi-use and changing use as community demands vary over time. Need to manage expectations with respect to requests for facilities (like swimming pools). Built Form Built facilities to support sporting uses and other community activities: Multi-use, maximum sharing, etc. Potential for Parks and Gardens Depot for the City of Greater Geelong. Page 6 Development of a series of play fields as multi-use sporting areas, and including: Up to four ovals for football and cricket (junior and senior) and also softball / baseball Four to six rectangle fields for soccer, hockey, rugby and touch football, etc (junior / senior, competition / training) Provision of four to six multi-lined and multi-use netball / tennis courts Grass athletics track with potential 100m synthetic surface straight Lighting of sporting fields to address sporting needs Consider partnership development with Bellarine Secondary College to expand existing stadium for a range of indoor sports. Consider shared multi-use training area (consider synthetic surface). A general focus for this sports precinct to provide sub-regional level facilities rather than duplicate local facilities. Minimum fencing and solid structures to define sports playing fields to provide maximum flexibility. Master Plan design will provide good spatial relationship to maximise flexible use. Clear rationale to support master plan in the context of other provision across the Peninsula. Minimum number of buildings, well placed to service maximum number of playing fields and lots of sports and teams simultaneously. ESD principles to be applied. All built forms to be ground level development. Locate depot south-west corner of study area adjacent to Ambulance / SES.

16 Issues Opportunities Recreation Uses The Bellarine Peninsula Leisure and Recreation Needs Study 2005 and the City of Greater Geelong Study of Open Space Networks 2002 established recommendations relating to identified gaps in quality local informal park and linear link sites. Passive recreation parkland for local and regional community is needed to meet gaps in current provision. Play and public facilities and amenities could be included. Consideration of meeting rooms for local clubs needing a home needs to be included. Schools Public and private schools already exist in the study area, bringing to this site large numbers of children and young people daily from all over the Bellarine Peninsula. Joint school / community facilities for sporting, recreation and other activities. Potato Shed Preparing a Master Plan that suggests potential for shared parking with the Sports Precinct site. Community Residents on eastern side of the study area have concerns about traffic management, noise, preservation of The Basin and any potential sealing of Gillies Road. Access and Linkages It is recognised that this site is isolated from the existing community, and the future development of the regional cultural and community hub will need to ensure that safe and efficient pedestrian and cycle links are provided across Andersons Road and Portarlington Road. Good integration of parkland for passive recreation and pathways linking features within the study area as well as to destinations to the north, south and west. Park infrastructure should include seating, picnic facilities, public toilets (incorporated within other building footprints where possible), play spaces and pathways. Pavilions to include multi-use community spaces. The site is well placed for facilities to be developed that also cater for school sports events and complement school curriculum. There is an opportunity to realise good partnership through school use of the sports facilities to be developed and community use of existing school facilities to complement the provision of the sports precinct. Car parking on the edge of the sports precinct will offer multi-use for all users in the study area. Safe crossing and effective traffic management will be a priority. Traffic management needs to be carefully addressed and consider the needs of all adjacent properties. Well designed and safe crossing point. Engineering services to assist with appropriate solutions. Page 7

17 Issues Opportunities Access roads, car parking and pathways throughout the site this is a significant issue given the significant traffic management challenges for the current schools on the site. Additional traffic load into this site will require careful planning to provide safe entry, parking and exit for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. A traffic management plan will be integral to a successful master plan. Considerations should include: School pick up and drop off Emergency vehicle access Peak car parking requirements Overflow parking option General safety for all users Potential extension of Peninsula Drive down to Belchers Road. Propose an alternate entrance from Belchers Road and the feasibility of the extension of Peninsula Drive, but not to create a through road. Creating linkages and connections to other community destinations. Landscaping Landscaping and open space for community use generally drought tolerant indigenous species would be preferred. Environmental Design Water capture, storage treatment and re-use facilities Consideration of all options for capture and re-use from stormwater on-site and from surrounding areas, schools and other buildings Must ensure that water retention is allowed by Water Authority / Catchment Management Authority. Consider how to treat the existing dams in the master plan. Creating/integrating natural and built environments with attention to environmentally sustainable design in all aspects of the Master Plan (energy, water, vegetation). Sustainable sporting field development drought tolerant species, etc. Financial Considerations Funding and facility partnerships. On and off-road connections to the north and south (along Grubb Road). Landscape components of master plan will maximise amenities, environmental values and use appropriate species. Using dams and the existing natural site features, develop appropriate water treatment and re-use solutions. Risk management, in particular safety of children, to be addressed Explore alternative energy sources in the scope of utilities requirements. Maximise WSUD in all aspects. Use of drought tolerant species and irrigation to use on-site water. Page 8

18 Issues Opportunities Life Cycle Planning Capital costing, asset management and renewal. Maintenance and sustainability of site. Innovations in design and master planning outcomes. Page 9

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