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Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex up in lights

Published Friday, 11th November 2022

Floodlights at a Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex multipurpose field will be upgraded after a tender was awarded this week.

Lighting upgrade

These works will join the host of other successful floodlighting upgrades recently approved to be carried out by Wangara-based Stiles Electrical and Communication Services at the Madeley facility.

City of Wanneroo Mayor Linda Aitken said the multipurpose lighting works added to an already exciting upgrade of the community facility.

“Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex is one of the City’s premier sporting facilities and this upgrade will make sure it continues to offer a fantastic service for our community,” she said.

As part of the previously approved works, the main soccer field will be replaced with 500 lux lights to meet Australian standards for professional matches.

The City has nominated the main soccer field pitch to be a training ground for international teams competing in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023TM.

Upgraded energy efficient floodlighting fixtures will also be installed at two other soccer fields, two training fields and one rugby field.

The $2.7 million project will be funded by the State Government’s WA Recovery Plan and a $126,000 contribution from the City of Wanneroo.

The works will be carried out as part of the City’s 2022/23 capital works program.

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