Tender awarded for design of Leppington Oval Precinct Masterplan

Posted 17 months ago

Leppington Oval Masterplan

The future of the Leppington Oval Precinct is set to take shape soon after Council accepted a tender for its design at last night’s ordinary meeting.

The Leppington Oval Masterplan, which was endorsed by Council in September this year, sets the vision for the site which identifies a new open space precinct that will include the development of a new recreation and open space precinct, incorporating the existing Leppington Oval, also known as Pat Kontista Reserve.

The precinct, which identifies three sections, will include:

  • Three full playing fields;
  • Three tennis courts;
  • One multi-purpose court;
  • Outdoor fitness stations;
  • Shared paths; and
  • A variety of play spaces and much more.

Mayor of Camden, Cr Therese Fedeli, said it was exciting to take the first step in the project.

“The Leppington Oval Precinct Masterplan is yet another great project Council is working on for the growing community of Camden,” Cr Fedeli said.

“It is important to put the right pillars in place to complete the masterplan and awarding a tender for the design of the precinct after settling on its vision less than two months ago.”

Funding has been confirmed for stage one design and civil works, totalling $27.6 million over the next three years.

The design of the Leppington Oval Precinct will cost more than $1.2 million.


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