Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs Grants - Community Facility Category 2022-23 grant recipients (round one)
The following Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs – Community Facility Category – grant projects were approved for round one in 2022-2023.
Successful recipients receive funding to improve, develop and maintain community facilities. Funding is given for both the planning and design, and construction, phases of projects.
Nine organisations received funding for a total amount of $1,023,919.40.
|Aspley Rugby League Football Club Inc.
|Replacement of roof to support rugby league at Harry Kirby Park.
|Bellbowrie Sports and Community Club Inc.
|Develop a facility master plan including a detailed design of key facility items that will inform the club's budgeting, maintenance, improvement, and project planning for the next two to ten years.
|Centenary Archers Club Inc
|Clubhouse upgrade, including improved disabled access and car park to support archery and community activities in Sumner.
|Easts Rugby Union Inc.
|Conduct preliminary investigations associated with DA and Masterplan for C.P. Bottomley Park redevelopment to support multi-sport activities for the community.
|Metro Arts Ltd
|Upgrade substation with new wet-area, lighting, and security door; louvre refurbishment; substation air-conditioning and new signage to support local artists at Metro Arts, Norman Park.
|Mt. Gravatt Bowls Club Inc.
|Replacement of the bowling green carpet and subbase to support lawn bowls at Mt Gravatt Bowls Club, Upper Mt Gravatt.
|Salisbury Bowls Club Inc.
|Resurfacing of the number one bowls green to support lawn bowls at Salisbury.
|Wynnum Croquet Club Inc.
|New equipment storage and maintenance building to support croquet in Wynnum.
|Wynnum Golf Club Inc
|Upgrade golf course irrigation lines to all 18 holes and the practice putting green to support golf at Wynnum Golf Course, Wynnum.