We're building world-class facilities for our region where future NZ sporting representatives can reach their potential.
In partnership with Hutt City Council, who have already contributed $12m to the project, and Fraser Park Sportsville we are developing a world-class regional sporting and community centre.
The centre will be home to 5 sporting codes. The facility has an artificial rugby/football/hockey pitch, 4 softball diamonds (one with an artificial infield), 6 squash courts, an indoor training space, changing rooms, meeting rooms, restaurant and café.
The Community Facilities Trust is working with Fraser Park Sportsville and Hutt City Council on a new and exciting development to re-vitalise Fraser Park.
The project is for the construction of a multi-purpose, multi-use recreational hub including indoor training areas, squash courts, social spaces, meeting rooms, office areas and a restaurant and café. This stage is planned for construction 2016-2017.
The new facility will be a regionally and nationally significant precinct for sport, recreation and other community activities.
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