Project Value: $4 Million

The Mornington Community House provides important community services and is currently located at 9 Albert St Mornington.

Following detailed consultation with key stakeholders and the community, Council resolved to relocate the Mornington Community House to Wilsons Road Mornington.

Mornington Peninsula Shire has been successful in receiving grant funding through the State Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund to assist in the delivery of the new home for the Mornington Community House.

The proposed scope of works will also include significant building additions to the Studio @PCT hall, located within the community precinct. The site will be shared with the Peninsula Community Theatre, ‘The Corner’ youth centre, Mornington Men’s Shed and RPP FM local radio station. The existing carpark will also be upgraded.

The new Mornington Community House

The new Mornington Community House facility will incorporate innovative and sustainable design principles to provide the following spaces for community activities;

  • Occasional child care
  • A dedicated arts room
  • IT learning space
  • Multiple flexible meeting and activity rooms
  • Two consulting rooms
  • Central community kitchen and dining facilities with external entertaining deck
  • Administrative offices
  • Generous storage throughout
  • Solar power connection
  • Expanded precinct carparking
  • Refurbishment to the existing hall, including new toilet facilities and upgraded lighting

The new facility will promote a full suite of community services and programs, including education classes for seniors, parents, young people and general interest groups; craft workshops; space for clubs and associations; public meeting rooms; health and wellbeing consultation rooms; support groups; child care; language school; yoga and fitness classes and special needs services.

Download: Mornington Community House Proposed Floor Plan.pdf(PDF, 444KB)

Download: Mornington Community House Proposed Elevations.pdf(PDF, 286KB)

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