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Get Involved

The Council is keen to see strong participation by the community for the Dial Regional Sports Complex Development Project. You can get involved in the following ways:

Static Displays

Final Schematic Designs (details of ovals, buildings, supporting infrastructure, recreation areas and landscaping) are now on display at the Penguin Service Centre and the Ulverstone Administration Centre.

Fact Sheets

A number of Fact Sheets have been developed to inform the community about different aspects of what is a complex and technical project. A Project Update Brochure and a Frequently Asked Questions sheet have also been developed. Hard copy versions will be available at the static displays and at different locations around Penguin.

Click here to see these and other Fact Sheets available.

Project Email

If you have a query or information to submit to the Project Team you can direct these through the project email: [email protected]

E-Contact Register

If you are interested in being kept informed about the Dial Regional Sports Complex Development Project email us on [email protected] and we will keep you on the Contact Database. This means that you will receive any future communication as the project progresses. Your contact details will not be used for any other purpose.

Development Application

The development application for the project was approved by the Tasmanian Planning Commission on the 12 October 2016

CONSTRUCTION OF THE DIAL REGIONAL SPORTS COMPLEX DEVELOPMENT

Construction of the Dial Regional Sports Complex has commenced. Fairbrother Pty Ltd was appointed as the contractor in November 2016.

Construction commenced with the erection of site fencing on Monday 9 January 2017.

The construction site is now inaccessible to the public, and the access pathway at the northern end, used to access the school grounds will be temporarily closed and will re-open on Tuesday 7 February for the commencement of the school term.

The construction will take place over a fourteen month period and include the following sequence of works;

  • Clearing of the site
  • Formation of the ovals and bulk earthworks
  • Construction of the pavilion
  • Civil road works and carparks
  • Sowing of grasses for the ovals
  • Landscaping and retaining walls

The expected hours of work by the contractors will be 7.00am to 5.30pm during weekdays. Residents and groups in the vicinity may expect:

  • Heavy machinery noise
  • Vegetation chipping noise
  • Truck movements

Project Contacts

The Project Manager is Greg Osborne, the Council’s Assets & Facilities Group Leader.

Phone: (03) 6429 8976.

Email: [email protected]

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