Umina Surf Club gets an upgrade
Umina Surf Life Saving Club is getting an upgrade with more equipment storage and a new training space.
Renovation works are ahead of schedule, according to surf club president Mr Stephen Scahill.
Mr Scahill said the upgrades build upon other recent works to improve the club's overall offerings to its members, supporters and the wider community.
These include the recently-installed wheel chair beach access matting to the beach lookout and soon-to-be-laid matting along the beach access track.
Mr Scahill said the works were being implemented to accommodate the club's rapid growth.
"We've got over 1000 members making us the largest surf club on the Central Coast.
"These new additions will ensure we're able to keep doing what we do," he said.
The club works are expected to be completed by the beginning of September.
Interested residents can learn more about the upgrade works by visiting Central Coast Council's E-Planning Portal.
DA Tracker, 16 Jul 2019
DA 54147/2018, Central Coast Council
Interview (Dilon Luke), 17 Jul 2019
Stephen Scahill, Umina SLSC
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