Proposal for regional indoor sports facility at Hillsborough

Lake Macquarie City Council has been approached by the Newcastle Basketball to potentially relocate their indoor sports facility from Broadmeadow to an unused parcel of Council-owned land between Waratah Avenue and the Newcastle Inner City Bypass (as shown to the right).

Council will be considering a report on Monday 29 October that would place a hold on the land for twelve months to enable Newcastle Basketball to undertake further planning.

Further consultation with the local community and appropriate studies will need to take place as part of any development proposal, should it proceed further.

Lake Macquarie City Council has been approached by the Newcastle Basketball to potentially relocate their indoor sports facility from Broadmeadow to an unused parcel of Council-owned land between Waratah Avenue and the Newcastle Inner City Bypass (as shown to the right).

Council will be considering a report on Monday 29 October that would place a hold on the land for twelve months to enable Newcastle Basketball to undertake further planning.

Further consultation with the local community and appropriate studies will need to take place as part of any development proposal, should it proceed further.

Lake Macquarie City Council has been approached by the Newcastle Basketball Association to potentially relocate their indoor sports facility from Broadmeadow to a vacant parcel of Council-owned land between Waratah Avenue and the Newcastle Inner City Bypass.



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