Lightbody reserve, its sports buildings and future developments are all under consideration in a Waikato District Council masterplan to help build a cohesive, future proofed plan as funding starts to pour into the complex.
With funding for a new skate park and lighting system already approved having a holistic plan for the facility is necessary to ensure efficiency and direction as the governing Tuakau Combined Sports Society continues to grow its capabilities and pace of development.
New carparking, realignment of paths and roads and connectivity to surrounding areas are all high priorities and the Council has engaged with a landscape architect to get the balance right.
Meanwhile the Society is currently seeking funding for internal redevelopments of the clubrooms, including an indoor sports area. The cricket club has just completed an upgrade of the training nets at Lightbody reserve.
Sport and active recreation across the Waikato region is set to receive a healthy financial investment as territorial authorities (TAs) confirmed their budgets for the next 10 years.
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