That the council, using its almost complete land and asset register, identify possible locations for a free, national standard, BMX park that is being offered to this municipal district and outline upfront what would be required from a developer in order to allow it to be provided to the council for the benefit of young people of this municipal district.
Here is the report issued by Mr S Wallace, Senior Executive Parks Superintendent, Economic Community and Cultural Development Park: A report will be prepared to ascertain if there are suitable sites to locate a BMX track using the land and asset register. The requirements from a developer are a BMX track design prepared by an experienced qualified track designer experienced in the technical requirements for BMX tracks. Car parking will also have to be a consideration and perimeter fencing as part of the design. Professional indemnity insurance will be required as part of the design. Planning permission will be required for the track and any material being imported to construct the track will have to meet waste licensing and disposal regulations. Public liability insurance will also be required to insure the track if it being run by a club.