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Help shape the new aquatic and leisure centre in Flat Bush

Published: 5 November 2019

A new aquatic and leisure centre is being built at Barry Curtis Park and Flat Bush community is being asked to have their say on the services it wants to see at the facility.

Howick Local Board decided on the Barry Curtis Park location as it is large enough for an aquatic and leisure centre, and offers flexibility for future growth and/or change in services as well as creating a strong sport and recreation hub.

Before the design starts, we would like to hear from the community about what they would like to do in the new aquatic and leisure centre to make sure the new facility meets community needs.

There are several ways to have your say:

  • Complete the online survey (available in English and Simplified Chinese) 
  • Come and speak to the project team outside The Coffee Club or Ormiston Pak ‘n' Save on one of the following days or join us for some fun activities at Barry Curtis Park

Day

Time

Location

Languages spoken

Thursday 7 November

10am-11am

The Coffee Club
Botany Junction
277 Te Irirangi Drive
Flat Bush

Hindi, Punjabi, Mandarin

Thursday 7 November

5pm-7pm

Ormiston Pak n Save
240 Ormiston Road
Flat Bush

Hindi, Punjabi, Mandarin

Wednesday 13 November

5pm-7pm

Ormiston Pak n Save
240 Ormiston Road
Flat Bush

Mandarin

Saturday 16 November*

10am-12pm

Ormiston Activity Centre
Barry Curtis Park
163 Chapel Road
Flat Bush 

Hindi, Punjabi, Mandarin

*Circability will be running fun family activities and there will be a Zumba class for anyone to join from 11am-12pm.

The construction of the $48 million centre is expected to begin in 2023 and complete by 2025.

Plans are also progressing for the Flat Bush library and community centre located in Ormiston Town Centre. The design team will be developing the concept plans in 2020 and the community will be invited to have a say on the plans.  

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