Voting members of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Rugby League Football Club will have their say on Belmore Sports Ground in a new survey commissioned exclusively by Back to Belmore.
The peak body for advocating the preservation and restoration of Belmore Sports Ground is calling on voting members to share their views on the future of the Bulldogs' spiritual home by taking part in a survey to test the public mood and gauge stakeholder sentiment about the historic facility.
Back to Belmore Patron Luke Brailey said the opinion poll would make it easy for Bulldogs electors to have their say.
“As part of Back to Belmore's 2020 masterplan which coincides with our 15th anniversary of service to the Canterbury-Bankstown district, the organisation is seeking to better understand the views of Bulldogs voting members to strengthen and grow the very special and collaborative relationship with the venue's primary occupant which is an enduring pillar of local sport,” Mr Brailey said.
“We don't expect the poll to be exactly accurate but what it will do is reflect voter opinion and give us a snapshot of stakeholder sentiment. It is important for us to understand what Bulldogs voting members really think about Belmore Sports Ground. While many of the members might express dissatisfaction with the venue they might never write a letter or an e-mail. This survey will make it easier for the football club's electors to come together and express their views with unfettered candour.”
Back to Belmore will contact randomly chosen Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs voting members in August to provide their input.