PLANS are being drawn up to improve Monterey Reserve.
A master plan is being worked on for the Frankston North reserve. The last master plan was finalised in 2004.
The reserve currently houses grassed open spaces, play equipment, a skate park, a sound shell, a free roam area for dogs, and facilities for the Pines Soccer Club. The soccer pavilion is being upgraded at the moment.
The master plan will outline other ways to improve the site in the future. Frankston councillor Steven Hughes encouraged residents to give feedback. “As part of our commitment to deliver a well-planned and liveable city, we are updating the Monterey Reserve Master Plan developed in 2004,” he said
“We are asking our community to share with us what they like and dislike about the Monterey Reserve and most importantly, how we can improve it to make it a better space for everyone to use in the future. The Monterey Reserve Master Plan will improve facilities on site and create better links from the soccer fields to the aquatic centre, where the play space and skate park are located.”
Cr Sue Baker said that recommendations for the site “are likely to include more exciting district level play opportunities, a greater variety of recreation facilities, increased lighting around the whole reserve for increased safety and usage, improvements to the skate park and better use of the community sound shell.”
A survey on the plans for the site is open until 7 November. To make a submission visit engage.frankston.vic.gov.au/monterey-reserve-master-plan