Proposal submitted for oval facilities
Proposed additions to the facilities at James Brown Oval Woy Woy worth half a million dollars have been submitted to Central Coast Council for approval on behalf of Southern and Ettalong United Football Club.
The additions will be constructed from brick with a metal clad roof to match the existing building.
They include a canteen and club room and more storage space and bathroom/change rooms.
As the oval was built on land previously a tip , the construction process will including piling with caps over piling to minimize disturbance of the ground.
The report to council stated that any spoil that is excavated from the capping that needs to be removed from site or to be re-used on site will be tested by a geotech engineer and removed in compliance with council and Environment Protection Agency requirements.
"If contaminated soils are found, an action management plan for remediation or removal of contaminated soils will be implemented at the advice of the geotech engineer," the report said.
The proposal was submitted to council on October 18 and will not go on exhibition for public comment but people in the vicinity will be notified by November 8 of the proposal.
The football club finished its season on October 21 and will hold its annual general meeting tonight, October 28 from 7pm at the club house.
DA Tracker, 23 Oct 2019
DA 57410, Central Coast Council
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