Kensington Baseball Club Home Run Fence

This consultation has concluded.

Thank you for your thoughts on the proposal by the Kensington Baseball Club to erect a temporary home run fence at Bill Cooper Oval, Newland Park.

Council considered the responses gathered by the consultation at its meeting of the Infrastructure and Environment Committee on 14 August 2012 and you can get the results on the latest news article in this consultation.

if you have any questions on the consultation, please email Council's Manager Open Space and Environment, or phone on 8366 4252.

 

Thank you for your thoughts on the proposal by the Kensington Baseball Club to erect a temporary home run fence at Bill Cooper Oval, Newland Park.

Council considered the responses gathered by the consultation at its meeting of the Infrastructure and Environment Committee on 14 August 2012 and you can get the results on the latest news article in this consultation.

if you have any questions on the consultation, please email Council's Manager Open Space and Environment, or phone on 8366 4252.

 

This consultation has concluded.
  • Kensington Baseball Club Home Run Fence - Consultation Results

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    The results of the survey were considered by Elected Members at the Council meeting on the evening of 14 August 2012.

     


    The results of the survey to consider whether Kensingtone Baseball Club should be allowed to erect a temporary home run fence were considered by Elected Members at the Council meeting on the evening of 14 August 2012.

    Councillor Piggott moved:

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    1. That the Report be received. 

    2. That the Kensington Baseball Club proposal for the erection of a temporary

    fence be approved for use on Newland Reserve (Bill Cooper Oval). 

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    The results of the survey were considered by Elected Members at the Council meeting on the evening of 14 August 2012.

     


    The results of the survey to consider whether Kensingtone Baseball Club should be allowed to erect a temporary home run fence were considered by Elected Members at the Council meeting on the evening of 14 August 2012.

    Councillor Piggott moved:

     IE0036 

    1. That the Report be received. 

    2. That the Kensington Baseball Club proposal for the erection of a temporary

    fence be approved for use on Newland Reserve (Bill Cooper Oval). 

    3. That:

    3.1. the fence be constructed of metal mesh, be black in colour, and be no

    more than 1.5 metres in height;

    3.2. no advertising signage be attached to the fence;

    3.3. the fence be erected for senior game days only;

    3.4. the fence be erected and taken down within one hour of programmed use

    times; and 

    4. That the current permit for Seasonal Hire and the attached Conditions of Use

    between the City ofBurnsideand the Kensington Baseball Club for Bill Cooper

    Oval and Lower Playing Field of Newland Reserve be amended to reflect

    recommendations 2 & 3 of this Report, and remain as part of the Conditions of

    Use until amended by Council or Council Administration. 

    5. That Council work with the Kensington Baseball Club and neighbouring residents

    and businesses to establish the scale of the issue of baseballs being hit beyond

    the boundary of Bill Cooper Oval and, if considered necessary, initiatives to

    address it. A report must be provided to Council prior to the granting of the

    permit for 2013/2014 season. 

    6. That the results of the Council resolution be notified to residents.

    Seconded by Mayor Parkin CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

    The full report can be read here and a table of the results of both electronic returns from Engage.Burnside and those delivered in hard copy to Council can be read here.