The construction of a new sports pavilion that meets the participation demands and sporting clubs needs.
The Melrose Park change rooms and amenities are at the end of their useful life. Concept designs have been developed in consultation with the Melrose Football Club. The new sports pavilion building will address the identified amenity deficiencies such as lack of female change facilities, additional accessible public toilets, storage and community space.
$1,701,442 has been identified in the 2021-22 Council budget for the project over three years
In addition to the above funding Council has been successful in securing $257,000 through Stronger Country Communities program round 4. Along with the Melrose Football Club Contribution of $50,000, the total funding for the project is $2,008,442.
Due the damaged caused to the existing building from fire, which makes the building unusable, temporary facilities have been funded through collaboration between the Melrose Football Club, Albury Wodonga Football Association and AlburyCity. Wodonga Tafe has also assisted with making available their food truck for game days..
1 April 2022
There has been delays in progressing the detailed design of the building however procurement processes are well underway now and scheduled to close on 22 April 2022. Following the engagement of the design consultant, a review of timelines for detailed design completion, construction Tender awarded, construction commencement and project completion will be undertaken.
18 February 2022
Detailed design process is underway with construction ender due to be advertised in coming months.
29 October 2021
The Review of environmental factors has been determined. Work can now commence on detailed design
1 October 2021
The concept designs have been finalized with public exhibition process closed. The review of environmental factors is complete and awaiting determination.