Green light for reserves

RECREATION projects across Latrobe City have been given the go-ahead after councillors this month voted to complete the designs.

The projects range from a multi-use pavilion at Morwell Recreation Reserve to modular designs for female-friendly facilities across the municipality.

The idea is to get projects ‘shovel-ready’ when applying for state or federal government grants and ensure plans are in place for future recreation.

Council endorsed the design of the following projects, along with a $70,000 recreation needs assessment.

Morwell Recreation Reserve multi-use pavilion – $50,000

Monash Reserve multi-use netball/tennis court and pavilion design – $50,000

Morwell Recreation Reserve oval lighting design – $20,000

Design for the reconstruction of the Pax Hill tennis courts, Flynn tennis courts, Morwell East netball court and design of Warren Terrace Oval – $20,000

Design for the reconstruction of the Flynn Hall – $10,000

Design for the upgrade to the Harold Preston Reserve pavilion – $20,000

Design for the upgrade to Burrage Reserve soccer pavilion – $20,000

Design for the upgrade of the Ronald Reserve pavilion – $30,000

Modular design for various female friendly facilities across a number of locations

Catterick Crescent Reserve pavilion – $20,000

Traralgon South Recreation Reserve pavilion – $20,000

Recreation needs assessment – $70,000