The expansion project is of high strategic importance to the ASLSC with the support of its rapidly growing membership base. ASLSC looks forward to continuing to work with the local community, City of Albany, and both state and federal governments to deliver the highest standard of community service, and to make the club redevelopment vision become a reality.
The aim of the redevelopment concept is to:
- Improve the safety, function and efficiency of core delivery spheres – lifesaving, emergency services, training and education, surf sports and competition
- Make the club more accessible and connected to the community
- Help CoA meet current community demand at Middleton Beach and build capacity for future growth and development
The proposed alterations to the building will overall create a safer, more efficient and welcoming community facility with greater capacity to benefit a wider range of the community through new and improved access to facilities, improved lifesaving and water safety operations, and new training and education spaces.
Commencement of the work has been significantly delayed. Construction has now commenced in February 2024 with completion expected to be towards to end of 2024. During construction, the ASLSC building will not be available for use by community user groups. The adjacent public toilets and footpaths may also be unavailable for a short period of time during construction. Temporary facilities will be provided. The community be regularly updated with progress and disruption notices during construction period.
The expansion concept is consistent with key improvements to beach access and amenities currently being delivered by the Middleton Beach Foreshore Enhancement project, led by City of Albany with the support of the Australian Govt Building Better Regions Funding, and Development WA (LandCorp).
This projects is managed by the City of Albany – Major Projects team. Fore more information, please go to CoA Current Projects.
Download the project profile below:
Albany Surf Life Saving Project Profile January 2024