A big part of making Bayside a better place is the sustainable creation and improvement of public infrastructure.
This page catalogues our latest projects and proposals.
A permit to construct four new basketball courts at the Sandringham Family Leisure Centre in Tulip Street has been approved. Construction of the new stadium will commence in late 2021 and will help to meet the current and future needs of basketball locally and enable the basketball association to expand its programs.
Council is proposing to enter into a Development Agreement with the Victorian School Building Authority (VSBA) to jointly fund new sports facilities at Sandringham College, Holloway Road campus.
Bayside City Council, in partnership with the Victorian Government, is planning a new home for the Black Rock Life Saving Club. The new building will provide access for all ages and abilities, gender neutral changerooms, two accessible parking spaces, and a dedicated first aid room.
We are delivering a new home for community sport in Beaumaris.
The new $6 million Dendy Beach Life Saving Pavilion is the centrepiece of an $8 million upgrade to this iconic precinct that will make it a safer, more easily accessible and nicer place to be.
We are working with Melbourne Water, City of Port Phillip, City of Glen Eira and City of Kingston to manage flooding in the Elster Creek catchment area. An action plan has been developed.
Bayside City Council is making a significant investment in upgrades at Elsternwick Park North, providing valuable open space and recreational facilities for residents and visitors.
Bayside City Council is making Half Moon Bay safer, more accessible and environmentally friendly over the quieter winter period.
We are also working collaboratively with other contractors and agencies to encourage them to do their works concurrently. These works include roof replacement at Black Rock Yacht club; renovation works at Half Moon Bay Life Saving Club; and beach renourishment works and restoration of a revetment wall.
We’ve got a plan for play! Council is investing $10.3 million over 10 years to upgrade every playground in Bayside.
New playground designs are developed using feedback from our young Playground Testers, other playground users, local residents and members of the community.
Council is investing $2.5 million over four years to upgrade Bayside’s public toilets..
Council is making significant investments into the Sandringham precinct to create more space for community services and activities and improve the appearance of the shopping village. This includes: