Your feedback on proposed new synthetic sports field at Perry Park, Alexandria

We’re planning to build a new synthetic sports field at Perry Park in Alexandria.

Project Status: Closed

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What we’re doing

We’re working to build new and upgraded active sports fields across our local area to meet the growing needs of our communities. We aim to increase the capacity of our sports field by 16,000 playing hours by 2030.

This involves constructing some synthetic fields that provide greater playing hours than traditional turf fields.

The proposal for Perry Park includes:

  • a new FIFA sized synthetic sports field
  • a new amenities pavilion
  • a new share way and parking
  • new park lighting and seating
  • welcoming park entries and better access in and around the park
  • new native plants and trees.

Before we can build this new field, we need to remove 60 trees. We will replace the canopy loss with 30 to 40 large canopy shade trees as part of this upgrade.

Artist’s impression shows soccer players on the field, which is surrounded by trees and people walking along footpaths around it.
Artist’s impression of the proposed syntheticfield at Perry Park.Image: City of Sydney
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How you can give feedback

This consultation closes at 5pm on Wednesday 9 December.

You can give feedback by completing an online form

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Next steps

We will report all feedback and any resulting design changes to Council. If Council resolves to proceed with the upgrade, we will continue to the detailed design stage. We will keep you updated on the progress of this project.

Feedback may be published in publicly available reports at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation's name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when making your submission.

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