NOW ADOPTED! Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan

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The City of Casey has now adopted the Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan, at its Council Meeting held 16 July 2019.

The Master Plan was developed through extensive consultation and is now completed. The adoption of the Master Plan represents Council's commitment to investing in active open space reserves and recognising the important role they play for the entire community.

Thank you to all of the community members who told us more about how you use Robert Booth Reserve, and what improvements you think would get the community using it more.

The Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan has been developed to make the reserve better for the future and keep pace with the changing needs of the local community.

The key projects for Robert Booth Reserve:

  • Improved pedestrian entrances and pathways into and throughout the reserve.
  • Creation of a new playground, barbecue and picnic area.
  • Creation of a new tennis centre at an alternative site in Hampton Park.
  • New competition netball courts with lighting. One half court will have multipurpose activities.
  • Future refurbishment and extension of the sporting pavilion.
  • New car parking.
  • New fire brigade training area/combined car parking.

Delivery of the proposed projects is subject to future annual budget reviews, additional funding streams and ongoing community engagement.


Need more information?

If you would like more information regarding the Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan, please contact Casey City Council on 9705 5200 or cityplanning@casey.vic.gov.au.

The City of Casey has now adopted the Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan, at its Council Meeting held 16 July 2019.

The Master Plan was developed through extensive consultation and is now completed. The adoption of the Master Plan represents Council's commitment to investing in active open space reserves and recognising the important role they play for the entire community.

Thank you to all of the community members who told us more about how you use Robert Booth Reserve, and what improvements you think would get the community using it more.

The Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan has been developed to make the reserve better for the future and keep pace with the changing needs of the local community.

The key projects for Robert Booth Reserve:

  • Improved pedestrian entrances and pathways into and throughout the reserve.
  • Creation of a new playground, barbecue and picnic area.
  • Creation of a new tennis centre at an alternative site in Hampton Park.
  • New competition netball courts with lighting. One half court will have multipurpose activities.
  • Future refurbishment and extension of the sporting pavilion.
  • New car parking.
  • New fire brigade training area/combined car parking.

Delivery of the proposed projects is subject to future annual budget reviews, additional funding streams and ongoing community engagement.


Need more information?

If you would like more information regarding the Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan, please contact Casey City Council on 9705 5200 or cityplanning@casey.vic.gov.au.

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