Proposed naming of the pavilion at Jack Grut Reserve

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Kingston City Council is undertaking community consultation for the unnamed pavilion located at Jack Grut reserve in Mordialloc.

Council is proposing to name the pavilion ‘Keith Carpenter’, the proposed name is in recognition of a significant contributor to the community.

Historical Background
The naming is proposed to recognise Keith Carpenter, a major contributor to the local sport community within the Parkdale area and to recognise Keith’s achievements and dedication to the Parkdale United Cricket Club and community for over 50 years.

He was awarded the ‘Paul Harris Fellowship’ from the Mordialloc Rotary in 1980 for his contribution to the club, along with a legacy at the club as a player, captain, club champion, club president, treasurer, general committee member and volunteer.


The naming process
To proceed with the naming proposal Council must complete a 30-day community consultation period as outlined by the Rules for Naming Places Victoria. The rules can be viewed here

Where is it located: The pavilion is located at the Jack Grut Reserve on Governor Road in Mordialloc.



Your feedback:

Council seeks your response to the questions as follows;

  1. Do you support the proposed name Keith Carpenter Pavilion?

  1. If you do not support the name, please provide reasons.

Closing dates for submission is 5pm on 15th September 2020.

Further information can be provided by contacting the Governance Department on 1300 653 356 or alternatively info@kingston.vic.gov.au

Comments and submissions can be submitted via:

Email to info@kingston.vic.gov.au











Kingston City Council is undertaking community consultation for the unnamed pavilion located at Jack Grut reserve in Mordialloc.

Council is proposing to name the pavilion ‘Keith Carpenter’, the proposed name is in recognition of a significant contributor to the community.

Historical Background
The naming is proposed to recognise Keith Carpenter, a major contributor to the local sport community within the Parkdale area and to recognise Keith’s achievements and dedication to the Parkdale United Cricket Club and community for over 50 years.

He was awarded the ‘Paul Harris Fellowship’ from the Mordialloc Rotary in 1980 for his contribution to the club, along with a legacy at the club as a player, captain, club champion, club president, treasurer, general committee member and volunteer.


The naming process
To proceed with the naming proposal Council must complete a 30-day community consultation period as outlined by the Rules for Naming Places Victoria. The rules can be viewed here

Where is it located: The pavilion is located at the Jack Grut Reserve on Governor Road in Mordialloc.



Your feedback:

Council seeks your response to the questions as follows;

  1. Do you support the proposed name Keith Carpenter Pavilion?

  1. If you do not support the name, please provide reasons.

Closing dates for submission is 5pm on 15th September 2020.

Further information can be provided by contacting the Governance Department on 1300 653 356 or alternatively info@kingston.vic.gov.au

Comments and submissions can be submitted via:

Email to info@kingston.vic.gov.au