Village Green - Concept Plan

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Hume City Council is planning to replace the play equipment at Village Green (Rolling Meadows), Sunbury.

The new playspace will be similar in size and type of equipment to the current one. The playspace is proposed to be in the same space. In addition, nature play elements will be incorporated adjacent to the existing playspace. Other improvements include new furniture, path connection along Berrydale Road and landscaping around the playspace. These features will complement the landscape improvements completed in 2016.

Planned on-site engagement activities for the Village Green were cancelled early in the year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Council gathered demographic information, feedback from park maintenance staff, feedback provided directly to Council from residents and considered open space planning principles to prepare a draft design for the park. Site constraints also mean the playspace will remain in the same location.

Nearly 100 people visited this consultation page, with 32 of them further informing themselves by looking at more information. Seven residents filled out the online survey telling us about their preferred design. Their input will guide the type of play equipment and landscape improvements going onto the site in 2020/21.

Hume City Council is planning to replace the play equipment at Village Green (Rolling Meadows), Sunbury.

The new playspace will be similar in size and type of equipment to the current one. The playspace is proposed to be in the same space. In addition, nature play elements will be incorporated adjacent to the existing playspace. Other improvements include new furniture, path connection along Berrydale Road and landscaping around the playspace. These features will complement the landscape improvements completed in 2016.

Planned on-site engagement activities for the Village Green were cancelled early in the year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Council gathered demographic information, feedback from park maintenance staff, feedback provided directly to Council from residents and considered open space planning principles to prepare a draft design for the park. Site constraints also mean the playspace will remain in the same location.

Nearly 100 people visited this consultation page, with 32 of them further informing themselves by looking at more information. Seven residents filled out the online survey telling us about their preferred design. Their input will guide the type of play equipment and landscape improvements going onto the site in 2020/21.

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