Election Commitment Tracker

Council is tracking the commitments made to the Frankston City community ahead of the state and federal elections. Last updated 5 October 2018.

Frankston City Council's Asks

Extending electric trains from Frankston towards the Mornington Peninsula

Commitments:

  • Victorian Liberal Party - Frankston (Michael Lamb)
    $225 million promise
  • Federal Liberal Party - Dunkley (Chris Crewther)
    $225 million budgeted
  • Federal Labor Party - Dunkley (Peta Murphy)
    Support bringing existing budget forward

  • Victorian Labor need to commit

New home for gymnastics and tennis at Centenary Park, Langwarrin

Commitments (from Council's $8.05 million ask):

  • Frankston City Council
    $11 million budgeted

  • Victorian Liberal Party - joint regional announcement by Frankston (Michael Lamb), Carrum (Donna Bauer), Hastings (Neale Burgess) and Cranbourne (Ann-Marie Hermans)
    $8.05 million promise

  • Victorian Labor Party need to commit $8.05 million

  • Federal Liberal Party need to commit $8.05 million

  • Federal Labor Party need to commit $8.05 million

An expansion of the Jubilee Park Indoor Stadium for netball, basketball, cricket and football

Commitments (from Council's $10 million ask):

  • Frankston City Council
    $10.6 million budgeted

  • Victorian Liberal Party - Frankston (Michael Lamb)
    $10 million promise
  • Federal Liberal Party - Dunkley (Chris Crewther)
    $5.2 million funding reallocated
  • Victorian Labor Party - Frankston (Paul Edbrooke)
    $10 million promise

  • Federal Labor Party - Dunkley (Peta Murphy)
    $10 million promise

  • Federal Liberal Party need to commit $4.8 million

A new building for Frankston Volunteer Coast Guard and a safe boat refuge at Olivers Hill

Commitments (from Council's $8 million ask):

  • Victorian Liberal Party - Frankston (Michael Lamb)
    $8 million promise

  • Federal Liberal Party - Dunkley (Chris Crewther)
    $500,000 to commence design and studies

  • Federal Liberal Party need to commit $8 million

  • Federal Labor Party need to commit $8 million

Other Commitments

  • Victorian Labor Party - Frankston (Paul Edbrooke)
    $562 million expansion to Peninsula Health (Frankston Hospital)
    $650,000 towards broadcast lighting at Frankston Park (SkyBus Stadium)
    $50,000 towards interchange benches at Frankston Park (SkyBus Stadium)
    $17.5 million to build 500 free car parks at Frankston Station
    $500,000 to upgrade female facilities at Pines Football Netball Cricket Club
    $180,000 towards Dress For Success' new Frankston store
    Creation of more green space between Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands and Mornington
    $4.8 million upgrade of Derinya Primary School
  • Victorian Liberal Party - Frankston (Michael Lamb)
    $650,000 towards broadcast lighting at Frankston Park (SkyBus Stadium)
    $30.3 million to build 450 free car parks at Frankston Station
    $10 million towards Frankston High School
    $50,000 grant to Community Support Frankston
    Establishing a Boating Infrastructure Fund where revenue from the boating industry will go back into boating ramps and facilities
    A new life-saving drone for Frankston Surf Life Saving Club
    $217,000 for a new synthetic green at Frankston Bowling Club
    New 10am-6pm PSO shift at Frankston Station
    Increased Police presence at Bayside Shopping Centre
    $250,000 towards CCTV in Frankston
    Grade separation to upgrade and improve traffic flow at Cranbourne Road/Moorooduc Highway intersection (end of Frankston Freeway)
    $200,000 for a new Road Rescue Truck for Frankston SES
    Commitment to ensure Port Phillip Bay is not dredged again in order to protect Frankston City beaches from erosion due to tidal surges
    Commitment that there will not be a drug injecting room in Frankston
    $1.4 million over 4 years to Headspace Frankston
  • Victorian Liberal Party - Carrum (Donna Bauer)
    $2.6 million commitment to redevelop RF Miles Reserve
    $150,000 towards Carrum Bowls Club
    Upgrading Thompsons Road and Westernport Highway intersection (grade separation)
    Upgrading Hall Road and Westernport Highway intersection (grade separation)
    Upgrading Frankston-Dandenong Road and Thompsons Road intersection (grade separation)
    Keep Eel Race Road open
    $5 million STEAM Centre for Carrum Downs Secondary College
    $7.8 million for a new modern indoor sports facility and refurbishment of teaching and admin areas at Skye Primary School

    Funding for sports clubs, including:
    • Carrum Downs Junior Football Club ($25,000)
    • Carrum Downs Cricket Club ($25,000)
    • Carrum Downs Tennis Club ($25,000)
    • Frankston Australian Clay Target Club ($25,000)
    • Kananook Tennis Club ($25,000)
    • Seaford Football Netball Club ($25,000)
    • Seaford Cricket Club ($25,000)
    • Skye Football Club ($25,000)
    • Skye United Football Club ($25,000)
    • Skye Cricket Club ($25,000)
  • Victorian Labor Party - Carrum (Sonya Kilkenny)
    $2.6 million to redevelop RF  Miles Reserve
    Duplication of Hall Road
    $8 million upgrade to Patterson River Secondary College
    $5 million upgrade to Seaford Wetlands

  • Victorian Liberal Party - Hastings (Neale Burgess)
    Additional $2 million to upgrade Langwarrin Primary School
    $3 million upgrade of Lloyd Park Reserve, Langwarrin
  • Federal Labor Party - Dunkley (Peta Murphy)
    $2.6 million to redevelop RF Miles Reserve
    $1 million towards broadcast lighting and facility upgrades at Frankston Park (SkyBus Stadium)
    $17.5 million to build 500 free car parks at Frankston Station (joint with Victorian Labor Party)
  • Federal Liberal Party - Dunkley (Chris Crewther)
    $2.6 million budget funds to redevelop RF Miles Reserve

    $850,000 budgeted towards broadcast lighting at Frankston Park (SkyBus Stadium)
    $5,400 budgeted for a new shelter shed at Langwarrin Community Garden
    $500,000 funding for Kindred Clubhouse in Frankston
    A new Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) intensive outpatient treatment program at Peninsula Health (Frankston Hospital)
    $3 million upgrade of Lloyd Park Reserve, Langwarrin

How you can help

We need your help to let politicians from all sides know that these projects mean a lot to our community.

You can do this by:

  • Signing up to receive updates on the Future Frankston campaign online
  • Spreading the word on social media using the hashtag #FutureFrankston
  • Writing to your local Member of Parliament and candidates expressing what these projects will mean to you (one or many)

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