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The Game Plan

  • What is the Game Plan?

    The Game Plan is a 10-year plan for organised sport in the Central Highlands region.

    It outlines the goals and aspirations for our sporting clubs, facilities and programs.

    Where does it sit within council’s strategic framework?

  • #Goals

    The goals outlined in the Game Plan are:

    • Sporting facilities are strategically planned and located to function as one connected network for the region.
    • Clubs are the stewards of the sport they participate in.
    • Clubs are viable, progressive and create opportunities for advancement from grass roots level.
    • Council will empower clubs to be proactive and prepared to grow active participation into the future.
  • Vision and objectives

    OUR VISION

    In 2028 Sport in the Central Highlands enriches the lifestyles of our active community, Sport will be accessible, inclusive and provide opportunities for all.

    OUR OBJECTIVES

    Moving forward together…

  • The Game Plan Advisory Committee

    Council recognises and supports the role of sport in healthy active lifestyles and community connectedness.

    This committee has been formed with council and community members to support the development and implementation of the Game Plan project.

    Meet the committee members below.

    Click here for the committee’s terms of reference.

    Key milestones to date:

    GPAC MEETING #1

    • All current agreements for Sport and active recreation organisations will remain the same until The Game Plan has been adopted by Council and Community
    • Our community members were welcomed to the Committee
    • Our Vision and objectives for the future of Sport were endorsed by the group and Council
    • The group reviewed proposed Park Provisioning for CHRC’s Parks, People, Play document these were later endorsed by the Communities Standing Committee
    • The committee commenced the Framework Direction Workshops to begin the journey of developing the Tenure Framework

    GPAC MEETING #2

    • The communication strategy for the game plan was endorsed by the group and Council and informing the community is set to begin
    • The committee continued participating in workshops with executive support to construct and formulate a position to inform the development of a tenure framework
    • Executive support advised the group that 16 letters of tenure support were distributed to Sport and active recreation organisations for the State Governments “Get Playing Places and Spaces Grants”

    Meeting minutes:

    Coming soon!

  • Measures of success

  • Have your say!

    A draft version of The Game Plan will be distributed for community consultation in November 2017. Stay tuned for information on getting involved.

    For more information email sportrec@chrc.qld.gov.au

  • Tenure Framework

    The framework will provide clear direction for the future of sport that supports adaptable, sustainable facilities and promotes active participation and a connected community.

    The framework will answer all of these questions:

    • What are the types of tenure available from Council?
    • We are a new group without tenure elsewhere, can we use council land?
    • We currently have use of council land, what is the process to obtain tenure?
    • What happens when the tenure expires?
    • What are the most important elements in our lease with Council?
    • What costs are associated with Council tenure?
    • What assistance does Council give to Sport and Active Recreation Clubs?
    • Who can we contact?

    A draft version of the framework will be distributed for community consultation in November 2017.

The Game Plan is a 10-year plan for organised sport in the Central Highlands region.

It outlines the goals and aspirations for our sporting clubs, facilities and programs.

Where does it sit within council’s strategic framework?

The goals outlined in the Game Plan are:

  • Sporting facilities are strategically planned and located to function as one connected network for the region.
  • Clubs are the stewards of the sport they participate in.
  • Clubs are viable, progressive and create opportunities for advancement from grass roots level.
  • Council will empower clubs to be proactive and prepared to grow active participation into the future.

OUR VISION

In 2028 Sport in the Central Highlands enriches the lifestyles of our active community, Sport will be accessible, inclusive and provide opportunities for all.

OUR OBJECTIVES

Moving forward together…

Council recognises and supports the role of sport in healthy active lifestyles and community connectedness.

This committee has been formed with council and community members to support the development and implementation of the Game Plan project.

Meet the committee members below.

Click here for the committee’s terms of reference.

Key milestones to date:

GPAC MEETING #1

  • All current agreements for Sport and active recreation organisations will remain the same until The Game Plan has been adopted by Council and Community
  • Our community members were welcomed to the Committee
  • Our Vision and objectives for the future of Sport were endorsed by the group and Council
  • The group reviewed proposed Park Provisioning for CHRC’s Parks, People, Play document these were later endorsed by the Communities Standing Committee
  • The committee commenced the Framework Direction Workshops to begin the journey of developing the Tenure Framework

GPAC MEETING #2

  • The communication strategy for the game plan was endorsed by the group and Council and informing the community is set to begin
  • The committee continued participating in workshops with executive support to construct and formulate a position to inform the development of a tenure framework
  • Executive support advised the group that 16 letters of tenure support were distributed to Sport and active recreation organisations for the State Governments “Get Playing Places and Spaces Grants”

Meeting minutes:

Coming soon!

A draft version of The Game Plan will be distributed for community consultation in November 2017. Stay tuned for information on getting involved.

For more information email sportrec@chrc.qld.gov.au

The framework will provide clear direction for the future of sport that supports adaptable, sustainable facilities and promotes active participation and a connected community.

The framework will answer all of these questions:

  • What are the types of tenure available from Council?
  • We are a new group without tenure elsewhere, can we use council land?
  • We currently have use of council land, what is the process to obtain tenure?
  • What happens when the tenure expires?
  • What are the most important elements in our lease with Council?
  • What costs are associated with Council tenure?
  • What assistance does Council give to Sport and Active Recreation Clubs?
  • Who can we contact?

A draft version of the framework will be distributed for community consultation in November 2017.

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