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New home coming for Tsawwassen lawn bowlers

Construction of the new clubhouse will commence this fall
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The Tsawwassen lawn bowling green and clubhouse are to be relocated to the northeast corner of Winskill Park.

Delta council has agreed to award a $58,800 contract for a consultant to come up with the design of the new Winskill Park synthetic lawn bowling green in Tsawwassen.

The city’s current capital plan includes funding for a new Winskill Park lawn bowling clubhouse, increased parking capacity and relocation of the lawn bowling clubhouse.

Council earlier this year approved a contract for architectural services for the new clubhouse.

A report to council notes the clubhouse design is proceeding well and the city is planning to tender the structure’s construction within the next several weeks.

Construction is expected to begin this October.

The total design and construction costs for the clubhouse are estimated to be $2 million.

Following the clubhouse, the next phase would be the addition of the new green, which would be located adjacent to the clubhouse.

The project stems from a tri-party memorandum of understanding between the KinVillage Association, the Tsawwassen Lawn Bowling Club and the City of Delta.

The lawn bowling club currently has a clubhouse at KinVillage in an area called North Court.

KinVillage was not willing to enter into a long-term lease with the club and notified it the North Court building may be redeveloped.

Council last year received a report on an alternate location for the lawn bowling green and clubhouse and approved in principle relocating the facility to the northeast corner of Winskill Park, also adding a parking lot and a replacement soccer field.


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