Council upgrades oval cafe
New fencing has been installed at the Council's cafe at Woy Woy oval in an attempt to make it more attractive to potential lessees.
The cafe has been vacant since the oval and grandstand was redeveloped by Council in 2016, despite Council efforts to tender its lease.
A total of $46,000 will be spent on upgrades, which include the installation of an all-weather surface and children's play area.
Council unit manager Mr Phil Cantillon said: "Council has undertaken upgrades to Woy Woy oval cafe following recommendations from operators to increase the lease potential of the site.
"Council has committed funds to install fencing to enclose the area, and a children's play area," he said.
"Fencing works have now been completed and the new play area will be undertaken later in the year.
"On completion of the upgrades, Council will engage with an agent to secure a suitable tenant to run a commercially viable, sustainable and vibrant business that delivers economic and social benefits for the community," he said.
Media statement, 17 Jul 2019
Phil Cantillon, Central Coast Council
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