r Livvi’s Place is now open!
Lendlease and the Touched by Olivia Foundation officially opened Livvi’s Place at Jordan Springs last month, marking the first inclusive play space to be built by Lendlease.
Designed in consultation with local children, people with disabilities and their families and carers, local schools and academics, Livvi’s Place is an inclusive play space that will enable children of all ages and abilities to play side-by-side using the same equipment.
The state-of-the-art play space boasts several interactive spaces including a large water play area with 6 water jets, a sandpit, trampolines, swings, a range of play equipment, a performance stage and picnic areas.
The opening of Livvi’s Place was celebrated with a grand opening event featuring market stalls, food, games and performances from children’s entertainer and Touched by Olivia Foundation ambassador, Jay Laga’aia.
The Hon. Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith and Penrith Mayor John Thain officially opened the play space alongside representatives from Lendlease and the Touched by Olivia Foundation.
General Manager of Lendlease Communities in NSW/ACT, Arthur Ilias, said, “after more than five years of planning, consultation with the community and our partners, The Touched by Olivia Foundation and Penrith City Council, it’s great to open Livvi’s Place at Jordan Springs.”
“Livvi’s Place is the first inclusive play space to be built by Lendlease and has soft rubber flooring spaces, a rock climbing area, a water play area, access to public toilets and more to ensure that children of all abilities can play together,” said Mr Ilias.
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