It is proposed to redevelop the Beaumaris Yacht Club within its existing footprint to include a Marine Education Science and Community Centre at Ricketts Point. The vision is to create a not-for-profit, multi-use, environmentally friendly facility designed to foster sailing, marine science and associated community interests, that is fully accessible to people with a disability.
Council is working with the Marine Education Science and Community Centre Inc (MESAC) to investigate this proposal. MESAC is a new organisation with representatives from the Beaumaris Yacht Club, Marine Care Ricketts Point, RMIT University, Parks Victoria and Department of Environment & Primary Industries.
The first round of consultation is now complete. Your feedback is being used to assist in the design and development of this facility.
about 4 years ago
With the first phase of community and stakeholder engagement now complete, work will commence on the concept designs for the proposed centre.
This report outlines the activities undertaken during February 2014 and the input received. Feedback and comments received are being considered during the concept design.
There will be further opportunities to participate once this work is done.
Phase 1 Consultation Period Now Closed
over 4 years ago
We would like to thank everyone who attended the drop in session, who left left comments on this site, who mailed in feedback forms and who attended the stakeholder workshop.
All of the information gathered is currently being compiled and we will let you know our major findings in the coming weeks.
This feedback will assist the architects in drafting concept designs. These designs will assist in gaining further support for the project.
There will be further opportunities to be involved in the project later in the year. We will keep you posted.
Do you like the idea of a Marine Education Science and Community Centre at the Beaumaris Yacht Club building?
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