The Financial Model for the Ryde Central Performance Space (RCPS) was developed to assist Council to further understand the financial and operational implications of building and operating a performance space. The development of data for the Ryde Central Financial Model was undertaken between February and March 2019. Revenue and expenditure values were attained through a[…]
The Marian Street Theatre Feasibility Study was conducted for Ku-ring-gai Council between August and September 2019 with the principal aim of investigating the feasibility of the concept for a café to be developed as part of the Marian Street Theatre project. The study analysed the proposed space for the café within the theatre in terms[…]
The Cultural Facilities Review was undertaken throughout February, March and April of 2019 and aimed to gain a clear outline of the cultural infrastructure currently within the City of Ryde as well as the broader region, the future potential cultural infrastructure and ultimately determine how to ensure that the provision of infrastructure was appropriate. Hawkridge[…]
The Mounties Entertainment Precinct Feasibility Study is a review of the concept for an entertainment precinct adjacent to the Mt Pritchard Mounties club. The precinct proposed includes a range of entertainment options including: Food and beverage options; Virtual Reality Gaming; Esports arena; Video Arcades; Conferencing spaces; Party rooms; Karaoke. The study was divided into five[…]
Hawkridge Entertainment Services were engaged by Create NSW to provide data for the Ultimo Creative Industries Precinct project business case.
Tim Long represented Infrastructure NSW on the Create NSW Regional Cultural Fund panel for both Round One and Two. The Regional Cultural Fund was established by the NSW Government to support the development of cultural infrastructure in regional NSW that enables bold, exciting and diverse arts and cultural activities. Through the investment of $100 million,[…]
The study investigated the likelihood of sporting teams, squads and individuals from Asia and the Pacific regions utilising the facilities at the International Centre for Training Excellence and the Blacktown International Sports Park. It was delivered through a strategic analysis of the potential markets and subsequently discussions with a selection of representatives from various teams,[…]
Tim Long from Hawkridge Entertainment Services was engaged by Ryde City Council in NSW to complete a feasibility study to examine the most appropriate performance space for the Ryde Central Project at Top Ryde. The project was delivered across four reports: Evidence Paper; Discussion Paper; Options Paper; and Feasibility Report.
Hawkridge Entertainment Services partnered with Frank Howarth and Associates to deliver a Feasibility Study for Museums Wellington. The organisation is currently considering the next phase of development for the Wellington Museum following on from stage one – The Attic. The team was engaged to review the project which encompasses upgrading of the remaining levels of[…]
Hawkridge Entertainment Services have been engaged by Blacktown City Council to perform the role of Strategic Advisor for the International Centre for Training Excellence (ICTE) Project at Blacktown International Sports Park. BISP’s founding legacy is from the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The facilities for baseball, softball and athletics were constructed and used for the Games[…]