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Christchurch 8025, New Zealand

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Current Projects (As at June 2015)

  • Implementation Planning Nga Puna Wai, Christchurch City Council (GLG Project)
  • Wainuiomata Full Feasibility – Sports Hub Development (GLG Project)
  • Christchurch Korean Community School
  • Eventingthefuture Conference 2015
  • Lincoln University Issues and Options Analysis – Sport Facilities Provision Project (GLG Project)

Completed Projects

  • Governance and Management NgaPunaWai (GLG Project)
  • Toitu Poneke Governance and Feasibility (GLG Group)
  • WainuiomataSportsville Pre-feasibility (GLG Project)
  • Christchurch Korean Community School Feasibility Study
  • North Presbyterian Church Feasibility Project
  • Review Otautahi Multi Sport Club
  • Foster Recreation Park – Selwyn District Council (As part of a GLG and BoffaMiskell team)
  • Partners in East Christchurch (PEACH) Presbyterian Church Feasibility Study
  • Feasibility Study for a Water Multi-Sensory Facility (As an integrated part of the proposed Metro Sport Facility) Christchurch
  • Sport Canterbury Sports House Feasibility Study (GLG Project)
  • ETF 2013 Conference Pulman Hotel Auckland
  • Howard Booth Park Feasibility Study – Carterton
  • West Melton Sport and Recreation Facility Feasibility Study
  • Feasibility Study Youth Alive Trust, Christchurch
  • Strategic Development Plan Northcote Sports Precinct Auckland Council – (As part of a GLG team contracted to O’Connor Sinclair)
  • Community Centres and Halls Strategic Plan – Selwyn District Council (GLG Project)
  • Canterbury Junior Cricket Association Strategic Plan
  • NZAEP Industry Certification Project
  • Sporting Facilities Review Gisborne
  • Sport Canterbury Sport Investment Project
  • Sportville In Action Presentation Wellington 2012 
A snapshot of sport club partnerships
  • Clifton Park Development Project (TSB, New Plymouth District Council, TET) (with Global Leisure Group)
  • Sporting Infrastructure Investment Strategy, Eastland Community Trust, Gisborne (with Global Leisure Group)
  • Sportville Project – Rawhiti Domain Christchurch
  • Situation Analysis Sport and Recreation – University of Canterbury
  • Sportsville – Sport Investment Project Applicant Support – Sport New Zealand
  • Feasibility Study – Wigram Hangars Proposed Sport and Recreation Facility – NgaiTahu
  • Lower Hutt Sportville (2 year project to establish Fraser Park, Wainuiomata and PetoneSportsville entities)
  • Feasibility Study – Rawhiti Community Sport Incorporated
  • Shirley/Papanui Ward – Open Space, Sport and Recreation Study
  • Hastings District Council – Review of Evidence Statements
  • Feasibility Study – Westminster Sports Inc. – Christchurch
  • U Leisure – University of Waikato Sports Clubs – Hamilton
  • Feasibility Study – St. John’s Vicarage – Christchurch
  • Feasibility Study – Christchurch City Mission
  • Auckland Regional Sports Trust Alliance: Regional Sport Organisations Stakeholder Assessment and Development. (6 RSO’s)
  • Feasibility Study – St Albans Baptist Church
  • Feasibility Plan – Bruce Pulman Park – Papakura (GLG project)
  • Sport Partnerships Review – Sport Tasman
  • Sportville Peer Review – Alex Moore Park Wellington
  • Feasibility Study Sumner Pavilion
  • Sport Assist Review – Sport Tasman
  • Event Application Process Review – Waitakere City Council
  • Project Spotlight
SPARC Sport Partnership Project. 
A review of eight high profile sport club partnerships – Sep 2008.
View PDF [730KB]
  • Halswell Sport Joint Venture
  • Westminster Sport Incorporated
  • New Zealand Gymnastics (NZG) and Trampoline New Zealand (TNZ) Merger (2004)
  • Sport Club Joint Venture Guide (Sport Canterbury/SPARC) (2002)
  • Leisure, Sport and Recreation Research: A listing of all research undertaken since 1993. View PDF [40KB]

Strategic Planning

  • 14 Sport Strategic Plans for CWCST (2001-2007)
  • Review of 11 Strategic Plans and recommended changes to the process (CWCST 2003)

Research

  • Sport Club Partnership Research, Canada, Brisbane and Auckland (2007) View PDF [249KB]

Conference Presentations

  • Swimming Pool Performance Measures (July 1992) Institute of Parks and Recreation. Annual Conference, New Plymouth.
  • Work Based Assessment in the Diploma in Applied Recreation. New Zealand Recreation Worker’s Association Conference (1996).
  • Burley, P., &McClymont, D., (1999) Motor Skill Acquisition on Trampoline Using a Bungy Guidance System. Proceedings paper presentation 15th Biomechanics in Sport International Symposium.
  • McClymont, D. & Burley, P. (1999) The Bungy “Mechanic” as an aid to Trampoline Coaching. Proceedings paper presentation 15th Biomechanics in Sport International Symposium.
  • People or Puppets. (2005) Eventing The Future Conference (ETF). Christchurch.
  • Experiential learning produces capable event management graduates. (2005) Third International Event Management Conference, Sydney
  • Case Study Volunteers or Volun-tears (2007) Eventing The Future Conference (ETF) Auckland.

Seminar Presentations

  • Amalgamation Pros and Cons, New Zealand Bowls Seminar CHCH 2001
  • Sport Canterbury Running Sport Session: Strategic Partnerships (2004)
  • Contributing factors toward an understanding of local sport club partnerships. RST National Forum, Wellington 2007

Book Publications

  • emerit Event Management – International Competency Standards – Setting International Benchmarks. Version 1.0. Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council. May 2010.
  • Burley, P. & Stewart-Imbert, D. (2009). The Vancouver International Children’s Festival, 
Canada. Reflections on the Coordination of a Successful Event Volunteer Program. 
Cited in Holmes, K. & Smith, K. (2009). Managing Volunteers in Tourism.
Attractions,destinations and events. Elsevier: Oxford: United Kingdom.

Dr Selwyn Maister

Peter Burley has carried out many projects for us over the past 6 years or so and has brought to each one a broad knowledge and experience of the sport and recreation field, backed by a most professional approach. Invariably the projects have involved Peter in establishing contacts with many people in sporting and recreational organisations and working closely with them to achieve the desired outcomes. 
The feedback from such people has been consistently excellent and we have thus employed Peter repeatedly and with great confidence and we intend to continue to use his services on appropriate projects in the future.
2015-05-28T10:45:48+00:00
Peter Burley has carried out many projects for us over the past 6 years or so and has brought to each one a broad knowledge and experience of the sport and recreation field, backed by a most professional approach. Invariably the projects have involved Peter in establishing contacts with many people in sporting and recreational … Continue reading Dr Selwyn Maister

Alan Trent

Sport Guidance Limited and Peter Burley helped facilitate the formation of Westminster Sports Incorporated and they have every right to be proud of what they achieved and the way that they went about achieving it.
They were enthusiastic about the initial concept and this enthusiasm, along with their communication and organisational skills lead to the idea becoming a reality in such a short space of time. The fact that they were able to think outside the side was an added advantage.
Peter has an excellent manner when dealing with people and his experience and knowledge of sports and sports administration is considerable. As a consequence of this he is widely respected in sporting communities.
2015-05-28T10:48:03+00:00
Sport Guidance Limited and Peter Burley helped facilitate the formation of Westminster Sports Incorporated and they have every right to be proud of what they achieved and the way that they went about achieving it.
They were enthusiastic about the initial concept and this enthusiasm, along with their communication and organisational skills lead to the idea … Continue reading Alan Trent

Elaine Brazendale – Chairperson Howard Booth Park Sports Trust Inc.

The Trust would like to formally thank you for your time and effort in the recent presentation to the above mentioned Feasibility Study to both the Carterton District Council and the relevant sporting groups.
There has been excellent feedback from the attendees and everyone was impressed with your delivery of the project key points. We will contact you should we need any further help in the future.
2015-06-08T11:20:09+00:00
The Trust would like to formally thank you for your time and effort in the recent presentation to the above mentioned Feasibility Study to both the Carterton District Council and the relevant sporting groups. There has been excellent feedback from the attendees and everyone was impressed with your delivery of the project key points. We … Continue reading Elaine Brazendale – Chairperson Howard Booth Park Sports Trust Inc.