Central Coast Council conducted a review of the use and management of its community facilities. The purpose of the Community Facilities Review is to enable a consistent and transparent approach to the management, operation and planning of Council’s community facilities. The review focused on the use and management of community facilities that operate under lease, licence, hire and volunteer models.
In 2019, a number of workshops with tenants and community groups were held to help identify challenges and opportunities for these community facilities. We also heard from the broader community via an online survey.
The feedback received has helped us to develop our Draft Facilities Leasing and Licensing Policy and identify operational recommendations and areas of improvement.
The Draft Facilities Leasing and Licensing policy clarifies Council’s approach to
- rental charges
- maintenance responsibilities; and
- process for leasing and licensing of existing and new sites
The Draft Policy and operational recommendations from the Review went to Council on 9 March 2020, and will now go on public exhibition for community feedback.
The Draft Facilities Leasing and Licensing Policy was exhibited between Monday 16 March 2020 and Tuesday 30 June 2020 at:
- Wyong office: 2 Hely Street, Wyong
- Gosford office: 49 Mann Street, Gosford
- On this page
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