Park gets go-ahead

The site on Delamere Avenue, north of the soon-to-be-completed Currambine Community Centre, will be developed to include a playground, adult fitness equipment, grassed amphitheatre, barbecue and picnic facilities, toilets and CCTV technology.

At the meeting, Cr Kerry Hollywood said it would be a valuable asset because Currambine had a shortage of parks.

‘I believe it is the first park the City has built from scratch,’ she said.

Construction should take six months once started.

The council also accepted a tender from Wanneroo Caravan Centre and Steel Fabricators to continue to provide the City with metal fabrication services for the next three years.

Services include U-bars on walkways, bollards, gates, repairs to park facilities and drainage grates, expected to cost about $719,000 over three years.

A tender was also awarded to Graffiti Systems Australia to continue its graffiti control services in the City.

It is expected these services could cost up to $888,000 over the three-year contract.