Would you use these brand new Melton facilities?

Melton community hall and civic centre. (Damjan Janevski) 260628_01

Expressions of interest (EOI) are now open for two major Melton council projects.

Non-profits, service providers and commercial tenants can now register their interest in occupying space at the future Plumpton Aquatic and Wellness Centre or the Cobblebank Community Services Hub.

The Cobblebank Community Services Hub will be a purpose-built facility to deliver office accommodation for community, allied health services and commercial businesses.

Plumpton Aquatic and Wellness Centre will be a state-of-the art leisure facility, with a designated allied health wing and space for commercial businesses.

The process allows Council to gain a more detailed understanding of interest from a broad range of businesses in health, community and human services organisations, as well as prospective commercial tenants, in occupying space at both facilities.

A select EOI was undertaken in 2022 as proof of concept for the Cobblebank Community Services Hub. Organisations that previously took part are invited to re-submit an EOI to provide the most up to date information.

Tenancies could include a broad range of community, education, health and human service

needs, shopfronts, café operators, office spaces, education provision and meeting and

collaboration facilities.

Melton mayor Kathy Majdlik said both the Plumpton Aquatic and Wellness Centre and the Cobblebank Community Services

Hub are planned to be state-of-the-art facilities designed to meet the growing needs of Melton.

“These projects ensure important health services can be accessed locally as well as promoting both employment and business opportunities,” she said.

Submissions close on Friday, April 19 at 4pm.