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15 February 2020 Posted by 

ADCOCK PARK REVAMP STARTS

Asset for Coast residents
IT’S all systems go at West Gosford’s Adcock Park, where the long awaited $26.2M redevelopment kicked off with a sod turning ceremony recently.

Central Coast Mayor Lisa Matthews, who did the honours, said the project would not only see increased usage but would create a venue capable of attracting inter-regional and State level sporting competitions to the Coast.
 
Restaurants, hotels and retail stores around the Gosford-West Gosford area could well see a flow-on effect as families flock to the region for elite competitions once both stages of the redevelopment are complete.
 
State One will take place over the next 12 months and will see the construction of a state-of-the art multi-purpose sportsground amenities building to accommodate five of the seven sporting codes which use the facility.
 
There will be a temporary access road to support traffic movement throughout the construction period and a major electrical supply upgrade will also be undertaken to address the existing overload at the site.
 
Stage Two works, to follow swiftly on the heels of the first stage, will include the redevelopment of the existing sporting fields, construction of five additional netball courts, construction of a consolidated car park at the entry to the site and upgrade of sportsground lighting.
 
The project has been funded by Council and the State Government through the Public Reserve Management Fund.
 
“We acknowledge and thank the NSW State Government for providing funding to help us deliver projects the community want and need,” Cr Matthews said.
 
“Spaces such as Adcock Park are vitally important as they encourage physical activity and help to create a sense of belonging.”
 
Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, said developing quality local spaces was key to making the Central Coast a fantastic place to live, work and play.
 
“The redeveloped Adcock Park will be a fantastic asset for people who participate in netball, cricket, touch football, cycling, little athletics and AFL, as well as local schools who use these facilities for sport carnivals,” he said.


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