H. G. R. Mews Community Centre replacement

Map showing Mundy Pond area of St. John's

On Monday, Aug 19, City council voted in favor of the Mundy Pond Location for the replacement of the H.G.R Mews Centre.

The "What we Heard" document is available here

The City of St. John’s is planning for the replacement for the H. G. R. Mews Community Centre to be funded from the capital budget. The project was outlined in the City’s Recreation & Parks Master Plan 2008 and the 2019-2029 Strategic Plan.

There has been much discussion about potential location and scope of project for this replacement. The proposed plan is to build a replacement facility of a similar size and scope. The building would be approximately 37,000 square feet in size, which is roughly the same footprint as the existing Centre.

The first phase of public engagement on the new facility took place in July 2018 and the "What we heard" document can be viewed here.

On Monday, Aug 19, City council voted in favor of the Mundy Pond Location for the replacement of the H.G.R Mews Centre.

The "What we Heard" document is available here

The City of St. John’s is planning for the replacement for the H. G. R. Mews Community Centre to be funded from the capital budget. The project was outlined in the City’s Recreation & Parks Master Plan 2008 and the 2019-2029 Strategic Plan.

There has been much discussion about potential location and scope of project for this replacement. The proposed plan is to build a replacement facility of a similar size and scope. The building would be approximately 37,000 square feet in size, which is roughly the same footprint as the existing Centre.

The first phase of public engagement on the new facility took place in July 2018 and the "What we heard" document can be viewed here.

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