Tell the Premier to Give Glenroy a Go and fund the Wheatsheaf Community Hub
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Glenroy is growing rapidly – over the next five years, its population will grow by 10 per cent.
Child, health and education services are scattered across Glenroy and in buildings that are long past their use-by date.
The influx of young families and an ageing population is increasing demand on services so much that in the next five years, most services will reach capacity. People in need will be turned away.
Council wants to create a community hub to expand and co-locate services in the heart of Glenroy, to provide easy access for families.
The proposed $24.5 million Wheatsheaf Community Hub would be located on the former Glenroy Primary School site and include:
- new library
- new childcare and kindergarten
- new neighbourhood learning centre
- new Maternal and Child Health Services
- community meeting facilities
- new park and open space, and
- allied health services.
Moreland City Council cannot fund the whole hub and is asking Premier Daniel Andrews to commit $6 million to this project. Council will also seek funding from the Federal Government.
Sign the petition and help us tell Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to GIVE GLENROY A GO!
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