Community sport has received a major boost with the NSW Government announcing a $400,000 grant for facilities at Porter Reserve, Newport.
The grant was awarded to Northern Beaches Council to support the proposed construction of new amenities at the Newport Rugby Club Clubhouse.
Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes said the clubhouse extension will include female change rooms, a unisex accessible toilet, first aid room, seating, canteen and a BBQ area.
The grant was awarded as part of the NSW Government’s Greater Cities Sport Facility Fund which has awarded $50 million to sporting bodies and councils over two years, for new and upgraded sports facilities.
Rob Stokes said the funding enhances sport infrastructure and inclusivity in the sport-loving Pittwater community.
“Sport is part of the fabric of the Pittwater community and is really important to the health and wellbeing of local residents,” Rob Stokes said.
“The clubhouse upgrades at Porter Reserve will ensure fit-for-purpose amenities are provided for all participants.
“It’s great the NSW Government, Northern Beaches Council and Newport Rugby Club can work together on this project, and I’m looking forward to the new facilities taking shape,” Rob Stokes said.
To view the concept design for the new amenities and provide feedback visit https://yoursay.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/porter-reserve-clubhouse-new-change-space