Wakehurst electorate has secured grant funding of almost $200,000 for a total of 15 projects as part of the NSW Government’s 2016 Community Building Partnership (CBP) program.
The NSW Government has committed funds to new community infrastructure projects that will enhance much needed local facilities.
This grassroots funding will directly benefit our community and will deliver new infrastructure for schools and community groups, and will help pay for much-needed improvements.
I congratulate all the organisations that were successful in their application and I am pleased this funding will help community groups make a positive difference in the local area.
The successful Projects in the Wakehurst electorate for 2016 are:
- Aspect – Playground equipment $10,000
- Collaroy SLSC – Upgrade public and member amenities $40,000
- Northern Beaches Council – Accessibility improvements at Beacon Hill War Memorial Hall/Community Centre $10,000
- Sunnyfield – Allambie Enterprises Warehouse and Cafe upgrade $15,828.
- Manly Warringah Gymnastic Club – Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrade $15,000
- Life Education NSW Ltd – Mobile Learning Centre $5,000
- Diocese of Broken Bay – Transforming and optimizing outdoor spaces and environments $16,000
- The Burdekin Association Inc – The Sandcastle makeover in Dee Why $38,000
- The Girl Guides – Forestville Guide Hall – Electrical & Plumbing $10,009
- The Girl Guides – Frenchs Forest Guide Hall – Repair and Upgrade
- St Albans Frenchs Forest Anglican Church – Paint Hall $4,000
- Narraweena Tennis Club Inc – Pro Shop and storage area
- Anglican Church Property Trust Diocese of Sydney – Projection System Upgrade $4,818
- Dee Why Surf Life Saving Club Inc – Members Lockers $3,000
Further details of the program and all successful grants funded for the 2016 program can be found at www.communitybuildingpartnership.nsw.gov.au under the ‘successful grants’ tab