Central Oval Sporting & Community Centre

After a decade in the planning, @TSM Consulting was contracted by the Port Augusta City Council to assist in the development and funding of the Central Oval Sporting & Community Centre. The project is the largest community infrastructure project to be undertaken in the region, and provides a facility which can be utilised by people and groups throughout the Port Augusta and Far North region. Consisting of a two-storey multi-use stadium containing three indoor courts, function / community spaces and viewing of the realigned oval & new outdoor plaza and courts, the facility was officially opened in April 2015.

Total Project Funding Secured – $10,150,000

State Government Grant – $5,000,000
Regional Development Australia Fund – $5,000,000
AFL Facilities Development Fund – $150,000

The Bend Motorsport Park

@TSM Consulting has been assisting Peregrine Corporation to seek financial assistance to support the construction of The Bend Motorsport Park at the former Mitsubishi Training Facility at Tailem Bend.

The Bend Motorsport Park will provide South Australia with a multi-purpose, multi-user venue to cater for grass roots to national level motorsport events. Motorsport facilities will include a circuit for car/motorcycle racing (suitable for national class events), drag racing strip, four wheel drive adventure course, off-road bike trails, drift / skid-pan facilities, go-kart track, rally school and motocross facilities. Additionally, The Bend Motorsport Park will provide driver training and education, industrial and commercial facilities, and ancillary facilities including accommodation, race car storage, an airstrip for light aircraft and training facilities for the automotive & avionics industries.

Total Funding Secured – $16,000,000

State Government Grant – $7,500,000
Regional Development & Innovation Fund – $1,000,000
National Stronger Regions Fund – $7,500,000

Prospect Oval

The vision for the Prospect Oval Precinct was for it to be recognised as the central parcel of open space for the Prospect community, providing opportunity for structured and passive recreation, and managed in a manner that minimises impacts on the social and natural environments. @TSM Consulting was responsible for sourcing funding to assist in the project implementation of Stage 1 of the redevelopment.

Stage 1 included the conversion of the “Old’ Grandstand and renovation of the former North Adelaide Football Club (NAFC) Clubrooms to create the Prospect Fitness Pavilion on the first floor with NAFC Change rooms below and the Prospect Function Centre under the newer grandstand.

 

Total Funding secured – $1,750,000

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development & Local Government, Regional & Local Community
Infrastructure Program – $1,750,000

 

Keith & District Sport and Recreation Centre

@TSM Consulting was responsible for the preparation of documentation to be used to source funding for the project implementation of the $1.6M Keith & District Sport and Recreation Centre. The Centre was officially opened in 2014, and includes three indoor multipurpose courts, storage, kitchen facilities, and offices. The facility is being well utilised by a wide range of sporting, recreational & community organisations.

Total Funding Secured – $1,050,000

Office of Recreation & Sport, Facilities Program – $250,000
Regional Development Australia Fund – $800,000

Seppeltsfield Wines

Established in 1851, Seppeltsfield is a historic and extensive operating winery. Its operators are passionate about tourism, hospitality, heritage, the arts, and premium wines, and have a long term vision to return Seppeltsfield Village to its former glory. @TSM has assisted by preparing and lodging successful funding applications, as well as mentoring staff in order for them to continue with funding applications for the various stages of project implementation.

Tourism Masterplan – Funding was sought in order to undertake a tourism masterplan for Seppeltsfield Estate. The Tourism Masterplan is a key document, providing information and data to facilitate sound investment in tourism and hospitality economic development opportunities and to increase tourist visitation to Seppeltsfield and the Barossa.

Heritage Stables / Jam Factory – In response to The Barossa Product Gap Audit, and the Tourism Masterplan, the existing heritage stables have now been converted into a satellite centre for the Jam Factory. The facility has been refurbished to host artist studios, workshops, a tourist walkway to experience live workshops, a gallery and Jam Factory shop.

Cellar Door & Restaurant – Consistent with the Seppeltsfield Tourism Masterplan, funding was used to redevelop Seppeltsfield Cellar Door and Centennial Cellar, and to create of a Destination Restaurant. The project has enhanced the food and wine theme, matching local produce with Seppeltsfield premium table and fortified wines.

Total Funding Sourced – $377,500

Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism,
Tourism Quality Grant (TQUAL) – $27,500
Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism,
Tourism Quality Grant (TQUAL) – $100,000
Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism,
Tourism Industry Regional Development Fund (TIRF) – $250,000

Sound Radiology

Sound Radiology is an innovative medical imaging organization which provides a high quality service based around the principle of ‘care is everything.’ The Sound Radiology brand is a unique family owned single site business which prides itself on offering a quality service that provides highly accurate diagnosis to patients and their referrers.

@TSM Consulting worked with Sound Radiology to develop a Business Development Plan, which identified a variety of initiatives to grow the business for the long term. This has resulted in a number of business development projects being implemented, including an extensive marketing campaign to promote awareness of the brand, and to educate the public that they have a choice when they are referred for medical imaging (a choice which many people, including within the medical industry, are unaware of).

Tourrific Prospect

@TSM Consulting coordinated the gaining of sponsors and appropriate agreements for the inaugural Tourrific Prospect event in 2012, a community event associated with the Santos Tour Down Under. Additionally, @TSM assisted Council staff in negotiating and securing sponsorships for the 2015 Tourrific Prospect event.

Tourrific Prospect is City of Prospect’s premier festival event. It is an official Santos Tour Down Under (STDU) associated event. Supported by over 130 local businesses since 2012, the event has seen increased participation and rewards as businesses open their hearts and premises to the thousands that attend each year. Each year the event showcases many local initiatives, cycling clubs, community groups, local service clubs and the creative, vibrant and social community that is City of Prospect.

Total Sponsorships Secured (2012 event) – $58,375

Total Sponsorships Secured (2015 event) – $66,000

 

Mount Gambier Library

The Mount Gambier Public Library & Community Centre is one of the major outcomes of the City of Mount Gambier Towards 2015 Project. The state of the art facility includes lounges, meeting rooms, study rooms, a children’s learning centre and a cafe, providing an integral part of the city’s Cultural Precinct. @TSM Consulting assisted with direction of the overall project and preparation and lodgement of a successful major Federal funding application.

Total Funding Secured – $5,145,000

Regional & Local Community Infrastructure Program – $5,000,000
Sponsorships & Donations – $145,000

Port Augusta Airport

The Port Augusta Airport upgrade was officially opened in February 2015. @TSM Consulting was contracted to source funding to assist in the project, including a new airport terminal building, new car parking, and modifications to the existing runway. The project has greatly improved and expanded on the existing Airport facilities, allowing the facility to service an increasing number of passengers.

Total Funding secured – $864,350

PIRSA Enterprise Zone Fund – $428,750
Regional Development Australia Fund – $435,600

Prospect Village Heart

City of Prospect prepared and endorsed the Prospect Road Master Plan in late 2009. A key recommendation was for the upgrade of the ‘Village Heart’ retail section focusing on improving the footpath areas, paving, landscaping and the incorporation of bike lanes and improved pedestrian crossings. ie. Making the Village Heart an attractive, safe and more functional Place for People.

The City of Prospect completed the first stage of the Prospect Road Master Plan in August 2011, which included the award winning Prospect Road ‘Village Heart’. The redevelopment has transformed the existing road to become a more people friendly environment, creating a special place for people. It was much more than a main street project. In conjunction with development plan amendments, this streetscape upgrade is designed to inspire significant private property development, infill development opportunities and create a new destination within the inner suburbs of Adelaide.

@TSM Consulting was successful is gaining funding to assist in the design, documentation and implementation of the project, allowing Council to realise this long term vision.

Total Funding secured – $1,289,500

Department of Planning & Local Government, Places For People – $189,500
Department of Planning & Local Government, Places For People – $1,100,000