As part of the Clyde Recreation Reserve’s $21 million redevelopment, Maple Living is proud to announce that we have secured the naming rights to part of this new facility through Casey Crusaders Rugby Club.
The Clyde Creek Precinct Structure Plan (CCPSP), funded by the City of Casey Council, Developers, and the State Government, has seen a substantial investment in the growth and quality of sporting facilities in the fast-growing area.
The City of Casey’s suburbs Clyde & Clyde North have seen exponential growth since 2016 as its population tripled to 30,000 and is forecasted to reach 95,000 residents by 20411, making it one of the fastest-growing communities in Australia2.
This project will help to bolster grass-roots engagement while connecting thousands of local families and young people with community sports and recreation opportunities.
The new park has officially been named Maple Living Park and will include brand new multi-sport ovals, eight change-rooms, two referee rooms, a multipurpose community pavilion, kitchen/canteen, offices, amenities, and much more, catering to the grassroots Rugby, AFL, Cricket, Netball & Tennis communities.
We are excited to share in the growth of all grassroots clubs as Maple Living continues to support the local community.