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Interim Community Property Strategy goes on Public Exhibition


The Georges River Council Interim Community Property Strategy 2020-2023 is available today for public exhibition until 30 October 2020.

The interim Community Property Strategy 2020-2023 ensures the Community Property portfolio has the right range of facilities and occupancies to support the diverse needs of the community.

This Strategy is based on recommendations and key findings from stakeholder consultation conducted with existing tenants, local not for profit organisations, cultural and sporting groups, community service providers and the general public.

The Community Property portfolio consists of 59 community properties which include 6 Community centres, 28 Sporting facilities, 9 Scout and Girl Guide halls and 16 Community service providers facilities.

The portfolio does not include the venues and hireable facilities managed by Council’s Programming and Operations team: the Marana Auditorium and Civic Theatre, Carss Park Lifesaving Hall, Carss Park Straw Bale Shed, Hurstville Senior Citizens Centre, Oatley Community Hall, Kogarah School of Arts, St George Community Centre and PJ Ferry Reserve Community Hall, nor the hireable hall components of Mortdale and Kingsgrove Community Centres.

Council owned commercial or retail properties, as well as Premium Facilities including but not limited to aquatic facilities, golf clubs, Netstrata Jubilee Stadium and the Norm O’Neill Cricket Centre are also excluded from this Strategy.

After the exhibition period, the draft Interim Community Property Strategy 2020-2023 will be reported back to Council with the community feedback incorporated.

The community are encouraged to have your say on the strategy For information on Georges River Council, visit or call 9330 6400
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