Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by HoldenV8, Mar 11, 2015.
Found these pics of the proposed re-development of Brookie.
If things continue as they are, Ive heard this is plan b
You're on fire Dan lol
1. I'm against a giant residential high rise on Pittwater Rd. It'll block out the skyline and the coastal breeze.
2. Jane Try's land donation had a caveat that it only ever be used for public recreation purposes. I'm OK if it's commercial linked to funding Brookie's survival and viability, like Restaurants and Offices on Pittwater's end, but not Residential.
3. Very sad about the demise of 563 Pittwater Rd. Was our home since 1957.
Wheres the wooden hut .....
Looks like Brookie would also be capable of hosting the odd A-League and/or Super Rugby game. Not sold on the residential buildings though I like how the roofs are two giant eagles.
Where is the giant video screen? Can't see one.
Honestly, take away the high rises and its not bad.
Take away the high rises and it doesn't get done. Things don't pay for themselves and no government wants to do it. At least now there's a plan that can succeed. Doesn't mean it will though
how are they going to serve warm beers and cold sausage roles out of that?
It won't get built so no need 2 worry about it no government has the stomach 2 give us the money and it wouldn't get approved anyway.
I like it, but I am not sure about the tree foliage, I think they should have designed the foliage to be different shapes to those.
Maybe a toprary garden
Have you been hitting the turps tonight Dan? You're on fire lol
Lol no. It is 1PM here in the Netherlands and I am sitting on a train between Amsterdam and Nijmegen on my way to a meeting.
I just got enough sleep last night so am back to my jovial self
Remind anyone of Stanford Bridge?
That would the Joe Kelly Stand at the southern end of 'Stanford Vale'.
Gotta love developers. Stick a 30 storey building in an area that tops at 4.
The stadium should be modelled on a board member and be simple in its lines and capable of cramming in as much as is possible.
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