The study reviewed existing services offered by Five Dock Leisure Centre (FDLC) and the capacity for growth of existing and new programs into the future. It analysed projected population growth and the opportunities this growth would create and how FDLC could cater for these demands with expanded facilities.
The study conducted a high level assessment of potential scenarios including:
Prepared for the Town of East Fremantle, it established a strategic plan to guide future investment and management of recreation and community assets. It identified existing facilities, their use and functionality and recommended strategies to meet projected future population and demographic changes in the Town.Services: Community, Facilities, Planning, Sport
SGL were initially contracted to assist Council prepare tender documents to market test contract management of two indoor aquatic centres and an indoor sports centre.
On our advice Council extended the project to prepare an “enhanced” inhouse business model. The intent being to demonstrate how the in-house management could be more cost effective and reduce operating costs substantially.
Council resolved to retain management in-house using the recommendations from the enhanced business model.Services: Evaluation, Facilities, Planning
Prepared for Yass Valley Council, the aim of the study was to review the Yass Memorial pool, prepare a feasibility study for a heated pool in the Yass Valley LGA and a strategic report to provide direction for the future management of the asset(s).Services: Evaluation, Facilities, Planning, Sport
The purpose of the GRC Aquatic and Leisure Strategy was to review patronage across the three aquatic facilities in the area to determine the most effective approach of providing community access to facilities, factoring in amenities offered by neighbouring Councils, including Canterbury/Bankstown, Sutherland and Bayside and taking into account industry trends. The Aquatic Strategy also explored the long term viability of facilities whilst planning for future growth.
The objectives were to: