Approve the Kingston Beach Surf Lifesaving Club
On the 13th of June, Kingborough Council will vote on whether to approve the development application for the redevelopment of the public toilet block at Kingston Beach. The toilet block has been delapidated and out of date now for many, many years.
The development will transform the over 30 year old site into a modern, multi-purpose facility for the Kingston Beach Surf Lifesaving Club, public toilets, public change rooms and commercial facilities to enhance the viability of the project.
The Tasmanian State Government have already committed funds to make this project a reality. The final hurdle is development approval from the Kingborough Council. Unfortunately Council officers have recommended to Councillors that the project be refused planning permission.
These facilities are desperately needed at Kingston Beach. We call on Kingborough Councillors to approve the development and give ratepayers with the most popular beach in Southern Tasmania the facilities they deserve and our Lifesavers who provide such valuable volunteer service the facilities they need to continue to keep our community safe.