The Hills Shire Council recently sought feedback on three proposed playspace options for the Glenhaven Reserve Playground Upgrade.
The playground is central to the Glenhaven community, located adjacent to the oval, local shopping centre, school and community centre.
Council has amended the design for a new playground at Glenhaven Oval after receiving submissions from the community.
Additional items will be included in the chosen design, which was selected in June 2021, through consultation with local residents.
Extra rubber soft fall has been added, along with two picnic settings and rainbow chimes, to cater for children of all ages and abilities.
To read the full media release, click here.
More than 500 submissions were made in the Glenhaven Oval Play Space community consultation, with community members contributing additional ideas to refine the overall design.
Option 2, the crocodile-theme playground, emerged as the most popular choice.
This project is being funded under the Federal Government’s Phase Two of the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program, which aims to support local councils to deliver essential infrastructure, while creating vital jobs and boosting the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Council is currently considering all feedback and will share the final design once completed.
Read the Mayor's announcement here.
Three concepts were presented to the community to choose from:
To view the Concept Plan for Option 1, click here.(PDF, 17MB)
To view the Concept Plan for Option 2, click here.(PDF, 15MB)
To view the Concept Plan for Option 3, click here.(PDF, 14MB)