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Haberfield community facilities upgrade

Background

Inner West Council has successfully fought to receive $2.5million from the Sydney Motorway Corporation to upgrade Council owned community facilities in Haberfield.

Council owns two major community facilities in the heart of Haberfield which the money could be used for:

The Haberfield Centre including Library

Built in 1912 as the School of Arts, it was the first public building in Haberfield. The centre is a much loved facility providing a variety of programs, services, resources and activity rooms to the community, as well as a local library.

Mervyn Fletcher Hall

Originally the Baby Health Centre and Committee Room built in 1952; the centre was renamed in 1954 after Dr W Mervyn Fletcher to commemorate his service to the local community. The Hall is a meeting place for celebrations, exercise, music, dance, meetings and many other activities.


Have your say

Council wants to hear from you to make sure that these funds will help us to meet the current and future needs of local community facility users and residents.

Your can complete the survey below or pick up a hard copy at the Haberfield Library.


Information sessions

You can also attend an onsite information sessions and provide feedback at Haberfield Library, 78-80 Dalhousie Street Haberfield

• Wednesday, 13 June 2018, 10:30-12:30pm

• Saturday, 16 June 2018, 9:30-11:30am.

The last day to provide comments is Sunday, 24 June 2018.


What happens next?

Your feedback will inform a report to Council to assist in the decision on how to allocate the funds.


Background

Inner West Council has successfully fought to receive $2.5million from the Sydney Motorway Corporation to upgrade Council owned community facilities in Haberfield.

Council owns two major community facilities in the heart of Haberfield which the money could be used for:

The Haberfield Centre including Library

Built in 1912 as the School of Arts, it was the first public building in Haberfield. The centre is a much loved facility providing a variety of programs, services, resources and activity rooms to the community, as well as a local library.

Mervyn Fletcher Hall

Originally the Baby Health Centre and Committee Room built in 1952; the centre was renamed in 1954 after Dr W Mervyn Fletcher to commemorate his service to the local community. The Hall is a meeting place for celebrations, exercise, music, dance, meetings and many other activities.


Have your say

Council wants to hear from you to make sure that these funds will help us to meet the current and future needs of local community facility users and residents.

Your can complete the survey below or pick up a hard copy at the Haberfield Library.


Information sessions

You can also attend an onsite information sessions and provide feedback at Haberfield Library, 78-80 Dalhousie Street Haberfield

• Wednesday, 13 June 2018, 10:30-12:30pm

• Saturday, 16 June 2018, 9:30-11:30am.

The last day to provide comments is Sunday, 24 June 2018.


What happens next?

Your feedback will inform a report to Council to assist in the decision on how to allocate the funds.


Survey 18/6370

Tell us your thoughts on the Haberfield community facilities upgrade.

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Are you aware of activities/programs currently on offer at Haberfield Centre, Haberfield Library or Mervyn Fletcher Hall?
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How important are the following potential improvements to you /your family at Haberfield Centre including Library or Mervyn Fletcher Hall?
How important are the following potential improvements to you /your family at Haberfield Centre including Library or Mervyn Fletcher Hall? Extremely important Very important Moderately important Slightly important Not important
Accessibility upgrades – e.g. lift installation, improved accessible toilet
Air-conditioning
Kitchen upgrade
Community spaces for hire e.g. for study, meetings, parties, community activities
Outdoor shaded areas, shade sails
Safety and Lighting
Signage
Sound system upgrade
Technology and Wi-Fi
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Council is deciding how to allocate the $2.5m from Sydney Motorways Corporation to deliver maximum community benefit, where would you like to see the money allocated?

About you

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Your personal details are always kept private and will not be published.
Council will only use your email address to send updates about the Haberfield community facilities upgrade.