Council to upgrade amenities in Oatley Park and Lower Gannons Park


Georges River Council Administrator John Rayner said Council will soon commence works to improve the amenities in both Oatley Park in Oatley and Lower Gannons Park in Peakhurst Heights.

Mr Rayner said building company Sullivans Construction had been appointed to undertake the works commencing in June 2017.

“Over $360,000 has been allocated to the works, which will be funded through the Georges River Council 2016-2017 Infrastructure Plus – Buildings Budget,” he said.

“The works will see vast improvements to the amenities located near the castle in Oatley Park.”

“At Lower Gannons Park, works will involve the construction of a new amenities building.”

“Included in the new amenities building at Lower Gannons Park will be a new storage area for dog clubs that use the park,” he added.

“The new amenities will be modern and accessible for all members of the community, including those with disabilities.”

Mr Rayner highlighted that by ensuring there are modern and accessible public amenities available will lead to greater use of local parks.

“Council has placed a strong emphasis on improving public amenities throughout the local government area and has especially focused on improving accessibility for everyone,” he added.

Works are expected to be completed in late 2017.

For more information about the new amenities, please contact Council via 9330 6400.


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