Tregenza Oval Playground

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This consultation has concluded.

We seek your feedback and advice

The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed replacement of the playground at Tregenza Oval, Linden Park, located between Wemyss Street and Booth Avenue in Linden Park (see location plan on the right).

How can I get involved?

You are invited to assist Council in developing a concept plan for the new playground. We want to hear your thoughts. Simply complete the playground survey, add any other ideas you have to the discussion forum, ask our project team a question if you require more information or email us.

The

We seek your feedback and advice

The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed replacement of the playground at Tregenza Oval, Linden Park, located between Wemyss Street and Booth Avenue in Linden Park (see location plan on the right).

How can I get involved?

You are invited to assist Council in developing a concept plan for the new playground. We want to hear your thoughts. Simply complete the playground survey, add any other ideas you have to the discussion forum, ask our project team a question if you require more information or email us.

The consultation concludes 5pm on Monday 26 August 2013.


We seek your feedback and advice

The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed replacement of the playground at Tregenza Oval, Linden Park, located between Wemyss Street and Booth Avenue in Linden Park (see location plan on the right).

How can I get involved?

You are invited to assist Council in developing a concept plan for the new playground. We want to hear your thoughts. Simply complete the playground survey, add any other ideas you have to the discussion forum, ask our project team a question if you require more information or email us.

The consultation concludes 5pm on Monday 26 August 2013.

Background

Primarily used for cricket and rugby, there is a small fenced playground located in the South west corner of the reserve. The playground and fencing are in poor condition and have been identified as in need of replacement.

Council’s Playground Strategy states that the playground is of a local scale and should meet the needs of the immediate local community. The playground is primarily designed to cater for younger children.

Next Steps

Council will review the responses and develop a concept design that will incorporate community feedback. It is anticipated that construction of the playground and landscape will occur in early 2014.

Further Information

For more information please contact City of Burnside’s Project Support Officer, Erica Lukacs, on 8366 4102 or elukacs@burnside.sa.gov.au


CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Will the size of this playground stay the same? Will the trees with their natural shade surrounding the current playground remain? Will the new playground be fenced as is the current?

    Eucalyptus asked almost 7 years ago
    Will the size of this playground stay the same? The size of the playground will not become significantly larger. Current Australian Standards require new playgrounds have larger ‘fall zones’/ areas of soft fall mulch around pieces of equipment than what is currently at the playground which is why the area may have to increase slightly. Will the trees with their natural shade surrounding the current playground remain? Consideration will be made to replace the olive trees (between the playground and the car park to the west) with native alternatives however this will also depend on community feedback. Will the new playground be fenced as is the current? The entire playground will be surrounded by a new fence including a gate, similar to what is there currently. Once community feedback has been collated, a concept design will be developed and presented to the community.