Construction is well under
replace the old clubrooms that were built in the1950s, with a purpose
built clubhouse that meets the needs of a modern club- for both
lifeguarding and sports.
The new clubrooms will include(see
plans below): all gear storage at beach level, professional patrol
and first aid rooms, large changing rooms, showers and
lockers, spaces for training,
education, meetings and community
hire, lounge and kitchen for club members and for hire, ramp from
footpath to beach.
New public toilets and changing
rooms (funded by WCC), and outdoor showers and taps (a first for
Lyall Bay) will make Lyall Bay a more enjoyable beach for swimmers,
surfers and families to visit.
To find out more about this and all
our other fund raising projects go to www.forthesea.org.nz or contact email@example.com
Street View of clubrooms
Entrance and Public Changing Facilities
Storage and Ground Floor Layout _3D
Training and Patrol Room Layout_3D
Resource and Building Consent
The new clubrooms have both Resource and Building Consents
approved. The Resource Consent is for the
demolition of the existing Lyall Bay Surf Club Building and No 2
Clubroom Building and the construction of a new building for the
use of Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club, including Wellington City
Council public toilets on the ground floor level and the
re-instatement of two sections of the heritage seawall.
The full Resource Consent Commisioners report can be
read here (pdf; 528kb)