Renovations of the Ulladulla Civic Centre will aim to create more space for community groups.
Shoalhaven City Council advises residents the Ulladulla Civic Centre will undergo renovations from Thursday, February 14 to Wednesday, March 6 to upgrade the lower level meeting rooms.
Shoalhaven City Council Mayor Amanda Findley said the purpose of the renovations was to create an additional space for community groups, so two groups can use the lower level facility at the same time.
The upper hall space and meetings rooms of the Civic Centre will still be available for hire during the renovation period. Library and visitor information centre operational hours will be unaffected.
“The Ulladulla Civic Centre boasts panoramic views of the Harbour and has seen a steady increase in patronage over the past four years,” Cr Findley said.
“The scheduled works will create one additional hireable spaces at the Ulladulla Civic Centre allowing the lower auditorium and lounge space to be separated.
"The renovations will have some impact on community groups who regularly book the lower level of the venues however council staff have already contacted those affected and are working with them to offer alternative spaces for the duration of the works.
“We would like to thank those community groups impacted for their patience during this time and hope they enjoy the makeover.”
Council advises all quoted completion dates are subject to change due to weather conditions, emergencies and other unforeseen interruptions.
For any enquiries regarding the Ulladulla Civic Centre please contact Shoalhaven City Council Library Services Manager Sarah Taylor on 02 4429 3702.