THE CLUB'S SURVIVAL IS KEY TO MAINTAINING CURRENT LEVELS OF OPEN SPACE
The use of more than 80 Ha of prime infill land as open space is only guaranteed as long as Federal Golf Club is able to continue operations. This proposal ensures the Club's long-term survival, which will result in the retention and maintenance of the open space.
CLUBS NEED HELP TO CONTINUE TO SUPPORT LOCAL COMMUNITIES
The Club is an important community asset, hosting large numbers of private and charity functions annually. This proposal ensures associated communities continue to benefit from the Club's support.
OUR SENIORS ARE BEING FORCED FROM THEIR NEIGHBOURHOODS BY LACK OF HOUSING CHOICE OR DOWNSIZING OPTIONS
Ageing in place is important as separating people from their families and social networks has a profound impact on health and well being. This proposal provides an opportunity for inner south residents to remain connected to their neighbourhood with better housing choices.
Being physically active is fundamental to our wellbeing. This is relatively well understood by most but acted upon by very few – we intend to change that.
But being active means more to us than only being physically active. Our lives are richer if we stay active in all facets.
Active minds, active communities and active contributions that share, educate, restore, protect and thrive.
We need to stay connected to our families, and connect deeply with friends and communities. We need to connect with each other, the old fashioned way. At the same time we should be open to embracing the benefits of digital connectivity, which are set to grow exponentially.
Age isn’t a barrier to ideas and talent, and technology should be seen as an enabler to share insights and experiences crafted over a life well lived. Be generous with what we know, what we do and who we are and be connected.