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.

This table provided information on the Lord Mayor's Better Suburbs Grants - Community Facility Category 2022-23 grant recipients (Round One) including name of organisation, project and amount approved.
Organisation Project Amount approved
Aspley Rugby League Football Club Inc. Replacement of roof to support rugby league at Harry Kirby Park. $112,491.20
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. $86,875.00
Centenary Archers Club Inc Clubhouse upgrade, including improved disabled access and car park to support archery and community activities in Sumner. $87,749.10
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. $189,000.00
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. $79,482.75
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. $200,000.00
Salisbury Bowls Club Inc. Resurfacing of the number one bowls green to support lawn bowls at Salisbury. $78,937.95
Wynnum Croquet Club Inc. New equipment storage and maintenance building to support croquet in Wynnum. $90,743.40
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. $98,640.00
Last updated: 15 November 2022

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