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BRASA Survey 1

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Beechmont Recreation and Sports Association Member Survey.

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BRASA Survey 1

  1. 1. Powered by BRASA Survey 1 Wednesday, March 18, 2015
  2. 2. Powered by Presentation Protocol
  3. 3. Powered by Format of Presentation Each section presented will be followed by a 10 minute Q and A Section Graceleigh Park North Graceleigh Park Outside Graceleigh Park Financial Management Volunteering Other
  4. 4. Powered by Number of Respondents Lower Beechmont Beechmont Binna Burra Other Total BRASA 40 25 6 3 74 Non- BRASA 10 9 0 2 21
  5. 5. Powered by Q1: Do you want BRASA to spend money on improvements Hall on Graceleigh? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  6. 6. Powered by Q1: Do you want BRASA to spend money on improvements Hall on Graceleigh? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  7. 7. Powered by Q2: Hall on Graceleigh Improvements Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  8. 8. Powered by Q2: Hall on Graceleigh Improvements Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  9. 9. Powered by Q 3 Ideas – Other Improvements – HOG Footpaths / Bike ways / Exercise Circuits Car parking Security lighting and access lighting Storage space for clubs Landscaping / planting more shade trees Shower block & change rooms at cricket hub
  10. 10. Powered by Q4. Ideas. Other Improvements - Graceleigh Park Netball courts / lawn bowls / little athletics / skatepark / interconnecting bike & walkways and footpaths / exercise equipment Top class playing pitch / irrigation / upkeep existing facilities / regularly mowed / football goal posts Non-sporting communal activities - small festivals, fairs etc. / Outdoor cinema / event marketing for locals ie: weddings, conventions & birthdays
  11. 11. Powered by Q5: We are currently it the process of making superficial improvements to the oval but would you support at a later date a major upgrade to the oval making it suitable for inter-village competitions with Tambourine and Canungra etc.
  12. 12. Powered by Q5: We are currently it the process of making superficial improvements to the oval but would you support at a later date a major upgrade to the oval making it suitable for inter-village competitions with Tambourine and Canungra etc.
  13. 13. Powered by Q6: Would you like to see a small grandstand for spectators? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  14. 14. Powered by Q6: Would you like to see a small grandstand for spectators? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  15. 15. Powered by Q7: Would you like to see a scoreboard on the oval? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  16. 16. Powered by Q7: Would you like to see a scoreboard on the oval? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  17. 17. Powered by Q8: Would you support a small shower block attached to the cricket/soccer shed to enable tournaments to be held on the oval? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  18. 18. Powered by Q8: Would you support a small shower block attached to the cricket/soccer shed to enable tournaments to be held on the oval? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  19. 19. Powered by Q9: Would you like to see improvements to the tennis clubhouse such as an extension on top to allow for functions or a social bar etc? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  20. 20. Powered by Q9: Would you like to see improvements to the tennis clubhouse such as an extension on top to allow for functions or a social bar etc? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  21. 21. Powered by Q10: How much financial support should BRASA give the Tennis Club for resurfacing? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  22. 22. Powered by Q10: How much financial support should BRASA give the Tennis Club for resurfacing? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  23. 23. Powered by Q11: Tennis Courts are badly cracked and need resurfacing. Under agreement with SRRC, BRASA is responsible for the courts. Should BRASA give the tennis club for resurfacing courts. The Beechmont Tennis Club has in excess of $20,000 in the bank from hire of the courts over the years. Currently the Tennis Club is not incorporated and cannot go for its own grants. If the grants are processed through BRASA, the amount of grants for other purposes will be minimised.
  24. 24. Powered by Q11: Tennis Courts are badly cracked and need resurfacing. Under agreement with SRRC, BRASA is responsible for the courts. Should BRASA give the tennis club for resurfacing courts. The Beechmont Tennis Club has in excess of $20,000 in the bank from hire of the courts over the years. Currently the Tennis Club is not incorporated and cannot go for its own grants. If the grants are processed through BRASA, the amount of grants for other purposes will be minimised.
  25. 25. Powered by Graceleigh Park – Q and A
  26. 26. Powered by North Graceleigh Park 8.7 Hectares of land immediately to the north of Graceleigh Park is held in SRRC’s land bank. This land will need to be rezoned for recreational use SRRC is in no hurry to develop this land SRRC has stated that a management plan will need to be put together before it can be used
  27. 27. Powered by
  28. 28. Powered by Q12: Possible Uses for North Graceleigh Park Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  29. 29. Powered by Q12: Possible Uses for This Park
  30. 30. Powered by Q13. Ideas. North Graceleigh Park Walking / Bike / Exercise paths with benches. Our kids can walk or bike to school - to cycle from the school through park and around Estates Bush walking tours starting place / outdoor stage for music and theatre / local outdoor artwork display & mosaic wall / parking / camping facilities in pleasant surroundings could raise revenue / BBQ,s Skate board and BMX bike facility / Bowls green & Club house
  31. 31. Powered by Q and A – North Graceleigh Park
  32. 32. Powered by Projects Outside Graceleigh Park The current BRASA committee supports recreational, arts and sports activities around the mountain, not just Graceleigh Park. The objects of the constitution back this.
  33. 33. Powered by Q14: Enter how you feel about the following regarding BRASA supporting the development/promotion of the following recreational, sporting, and art facilities outside of Graceleigh Park
  34. 34. Powered by Q14: Enter how you feel about the following regarding BRASA supporting the development/promotion of the following recreational, sporting, and art facilities outside of Graceleigh Park
  35. 35. Powered by Q15: What support should BRASA offer for projects outside Graceleigh Park? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  36. 36. Powered by Q15: What support should BRASA offer for projects outside Graceleigh Park? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  37. 37. Powered by Q16: There is a lack of walkways linking residential and recreational areas on Beechmont. Councils; despite lobbying by locals over the years especially Scenic Rim have been unable to include these in their budgets. Walking is a very popular recreational activity. Do you want BRASA to support the development of these around Beechmont?
  38. 38. Powered by Q16: There is a lack of walkways linking residential and recreational areas on Beechmont. Councils; despite lobbying by locals over the years especially Scenic Rim have been unable to include these in their budgets. Walking is a very popular recreational activity. Do you want BRASA to support the development of these around Beechmont?
  39. 39. Powered by Q17: State whether you strongly agree of disagree on the following. If you have no strong feelings either way, click on neutral. Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  40. 40. Powered by Q17: State whether you strongly agree of disagree on the following. If you have no strong feelings either way, click on neutral. Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  41. 41. Powered by Q and A – Projects Outside Graceleigh Park
  42. 42. Powered by Financial Management We have over $350,000 in the bank and with grants we have access to over $2 million on these facilities; based on grants being 80% of projects and 20% coming from our funds or voluntary labour. The more volunteers, the less money BRASA spends from its funds.
  43. 43. Powered by Q18: BRASA's person power is currently very limited. Do you favour having BRASA pay people running events/facilities to raise moneys on behalf of BRASA? We feel that you cannot strongly disagree if you are not willing to provide voluntary services to BRASA!
  44. 44. Powered by Q19. Ideas To Raise Revenue Beechmont Show / picnic days / camping - overnight & BBQ charges / chess tournament / horse riding trail Craft & photographic display sale on a weekend / Beechmont history/information day Concerts - a wide range from country to classical / festivals / film evenings - gold coin entry Fun run / annual cycling race / walking groups / annual sports day
  45. 45. Powered by Q18: BRASA's person power is currently very limited. Do you favour having BRASA pay people running events/facilities to raise moneys on behalf of BRASA? We feel that you cannot strongly disagree if you are not willing to provide voluntary services to BRASA!
  46. 46. Powered by Q20: What do you feel about the management of BRASA's funds? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  47. 47. Powered by Q20: What do you feel about the management of BRASA's funds? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  48. 48. Powered by Q21: Deposit cash into Bendigo Community Bank(up to $250,000), giving BRASA possible access to future grants. Deposits up to $250,000 is currently guaranteed by the Federal Government
  49. 49. Powered by Q21: Deposit cash into Bendigo Community Bank(up to $250,000), giving BRASA possible access to future grants. Deposits up to $250,000 is currently guaranteed by the Federal Government
  50. 50. Powered by Q22: Invest as shareholder in Bendigo Community Bank, giving BRASA better change to obtain grants has risk as any other shareholder. Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  51. 51. Powered by Q22: Invest as shareholder in Bendigo Community Bank, giving BRASA better change to obtain grants has risk as any other shareholder. Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  52. 52. Powered by Value of $350,000 in 30 years time 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Present Value of Investment Based on 3% CPI Series1
  53. 53. Powered by Simple Budget Example for BRASA Revenue Interest on Bank Deposit (2.75% for $350,000) $9,625 Membership $100 Total Income $9,725 Expenses Insurance $3,000 Legislative and Auditing Fees $1,000 Sinking Fund (depreciation on assets) $9,000 Administrative Costs $1,000 Total Expenses $14,000 Total Income/Loss -$4,275
  54. 54. Powered by Financial Planning / Management Financial planning involves not just finance. For an individual, one talks about the holistic approach.  What sort of lifestyle do you wish to lead?  Do you want to spend your savings before you get too old?  Do you want to give money to your kids now or when you die?  There is no ONE solution for ALL people
  55. 55. Powered by Possible Investment Strategy Jewish people believe in the following for their investments:  1/3 for long term capital growth (high income - low risk blue chip investments)  1/3 for revenue raising projects  1/3 for the home ( Term Deposits and cash for tailored maintenance fund)
  56. 56. Powered by Apply this approach to BRASA  Do you want facilities to be built now? • Do you want facilities/events/functions now in order to raise money?  Depositing into Bendigo Community Bank improves chance of getting grants. So long as interest rates are comparable, why not deposit into BCB
  57. 57. Powered by Q23 . Other Ideas on Fund Management Create a financial budget and projections A mix of term deposits & managed investment portfolios, not just Bendigo Use funds for revenue raising projects to give much better return than low interest rates Create a sinking fund to provision for a sustainable future Clubs affiliated with BRASA need to be as self sufficient as possible Camping Ground – Events – Social Club – Café – Shop – Movies and Pizza Trailer supporting and growing each other
  58. 58. Powered by Q19. Additional Comments Support (not financially) all of the individual clubs with their fundraising which will put money back into BRASA It’s good to pay good managers. If they do it well and people have a good time, it becomes more attractive and people will want to help next time. Therefore eventually, more folks will volunteer Camping at events should be free or minimal cost Don't turn away opportunities by making it too difficult to use the facilities
  59. 59. Powered by Financial Management Q and A
  60. 60. Powered by Q24 Events which you feel that BRASA should support RECREATION All events put on by the users of Graceleigh Park and are affiliated with BRASA ARTS Carols / Anzac Day / New Years Eve celebration / Australia Day / arts events / ZestFest / music events / movie nights SPORTS School sports days / cricket, soccer, tennis, netball
  61. 61. Powered by What Council Do You Want To Be In? Council Number of People Stay Leave Gold Coast 55 48 7 SRRC 37 25 12
  62. 62. Powered by Q28. Other Ideas / Comments Councils change with elections. Get members to lobby their council on BRASA's behalf. We pay the rates The fact that the GCCC maintains their facilities is great, though SRRC seems to be more proactive in providing assets BRASA covers both councils and needs to work with each individually to get the best out of those individual assets
  63. 63. Powered by Q27: How strongly do you feel about this issue? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  64. 64. Powered by Q39: What activities are you interested to participate in? You can click on more than one Answered: 58 Skipped: 16
  65. 65. Powered by Q39: What activities are you interested to participate in? You can click on more than one Answered: 58 Skipped: 16
  66. 66. Powered by Volunteering BRASA Non-BRASA Number of Persons 74 21 Hours Voluntary Work on Beechmont 3035 404 Average Per Person 41 29 Willing to give to BRASA 1638 265 Average Per Person 22 12
  67. 67. Powered by Volunteering Contd… Volunteering Gold Coast 1500 members Grey Nomads Well known to go to remote locations to donate their efforts to local causes in return for subsidized camping
  68. 68. Powered by Q41: Should BRASA and BAPA merge? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  69. 69. Powered by Q41: Should BRASA and BAPA merge? Answered: 74 Skipped: 0
  70. 70. Powered by BAPA and BRASA BAPA Community, Recreation and Arts BRASA Recreation, Arts and Sports Both Graceleigh Park and the Beechmont Community Centre are owned by the SRRC
  71. 71. Powered by Final Q and A

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