Plans to build the new Orange Sports Precinct and Parkland have reached a new milestone with Orange City Council appointing Brewster Hjorth Architects to design the next stages of the project. Read More
Orange City Council is getting on with the work of building the city’s new sports precinct and parklands while new cost challenges are addressed. Read More
The next stage of work has begun on the site of Orange’s new sports precinct and parklands. Read More
Orange Mayor Cr Jason Hamling has welcomed the decision by the Western Regional Planning Panel to give planning approval for the proposed $25 million sports precinct alongside Sir Jack Brabham Park.
Plans to build a new $25 million sports precinct and parklands alongside the Sir Jack Brabham sportsgrounds take their next step early next month. Read More
If young athletes want to use modern facilities it currently means a trip to Dubbo or Sydney. Read More
The community is being encouraged by Orange City Council to comment on the next stage of the proposed new sports precinct and parklands along Sir Jack Brabham Park as part of the latest Development Application (DA) that was today placed on public exhibition. Read More
An independent traffic study into the impact of the Orange Regional Sports Precinct and parklands has found nearby roads have the capacity to handle traffic generated by the project. Read More
Orange City Council today released the Landscape Masterplan for Orange’s new sports precinct next to Sir Jack Brabham Park, which will create a parkland setting with walking trails, recreation and meeting areas, BBQ spaces and water features.
Orange City Council is working on finalising the areas where around 250 trees can be removed from the site of a proposed new sports precinct.