The Titans Community Club in Oxenford has hit a roadblock, with councillors at a planning committee meeting today deferring a decision on the application.
It’s understood planning issues are to blame, with a number of council officers supporting a recommendation to delay their decision, with the matter now set to go before full council on July 30.
The proposed multi million-dollar leagues club on the northern Gold Coast was originally expected to be up and running by 2021, however it’s likely that will now be delayed.
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Titans owners the Kelly and Frizelle families last year revealed architectural plans for the 2,500 square metre facility, which is proposed to be built on Oberon Way in Oxenford.
They said the club would help the local community and could see more than 80 local jobs created.
“The club’s owners are committed to building a community centre which provides a significant boost to the local area whilst also creating a host of exciting new opportunities and a place locals and visitors to the region can be proud of,” Co-owner Darryl Kelly said in a statement in December.
“It will provide a platform for the Gold Coast Titans to continue, enhance and expand the reach of the club’s community programs, while also providing some financial relief to the football operations.”