The Ryde Sportsgrounds Best Value Review has been completed. Below are the documents produced as part of this project:
Volume 1: State of Play Report (and appendices)
Volume 2: Benchmarking
Volume 3: Issues and Options
Volume 4: Policy and Implementation Plan
Thank you to all those who provided input into the project.
Further queries should be submitted to Fiona Morrison, Acting Manager Open Space, City of Ryde, 9952 8222.
@leisure has been engaged by the City of Ryde to review Council's sportsground policies and services.
The City of Ryde has ninety five (95) sportsgrounds that provide for a variety of sporting opportunities for the Ryde community. These facilities are currently used by in excess of fifty (50) community and commercial organisations delivering a broad variety of sport and recreation activities. The demand being placed on these facilities is continually increasing and the City of Ryde has engaged @leisure to undertake a Best Value Review (BVR) that will ensure that the provision, allocation and management of sportsgrounds is responsive to the needs of the community.
What is a Best Value Review (BVR)?
Best value provides a framework for the planning, delivery and continuous improvement of local authority services.
The purpose of this BVR is to analyse the approaches used by the City of Ryde in the provision of sportsgrounds to the local community, comparing these with current industry best practice and make recommendations to achieve best practice levels.
The Sportsgrounds BVR will examine:
You can get involved by:
For any further information about the project please contact:
Acting Manager Open Space / Open Space Planner
City of Ryde
(02) 9952 8222