Open Space and Recreation Plan

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Willoughby Open Space and RecreationWe seek your advice and feedback on our Open Space and Recreation Plan

Willoughby Council has recently developed the Draft Open Space and Recreation Plan 2013. The draft Plan contains a background Issues Paper, an Action Plan relating to each theme, a priority implementation plan and an executive summary, and is characterised by 6 key themes:

  • Informal recreation
  • Trails and routes
  • Sport
  • Access to water
  • Aquatic facilities
  • Interaction with nature

We would love to hear your feedback which you can provide by

Willoughby Open Space and RecreationWe seek your advice and feedback on our Open Space and Recreation Plan

Willoughby Council has recently developed the Draft Open Space and Recreation Plan 2013. The draft Plan contains a background Issues Paper, an Action Plan relating to each theme, a priority implementation plan and an executive summary, and is characterised by 6 key themes:

  • Informal recreation
  • Trails and routes
  • Sport
  • Access to water
  • Aquatic facilities
  • Interaction with nature

We would love to hear your feedback which you can provide by

Thanks for Having Your Say!

 


Willoughby Council has recently developed the Draft Open Space and Recreation Plan 2013. The draft Plan contains a background Issues Paper, an Action Plan relating to each theme, a priority implementation plan and an executive summary.

The draft 2013 plan is characterised by 6 key themes:

  • Informal recreation
  • Trails and routes
  • Sport
  • Access to water
  • Aquatic facilities (separately resolved by Council)
  • Interaction with nature

We would love to hear your feedback which you can provide by

The draft Plan contains a background Issues Paper, an Action Plan relating to each theme, a priority implementation plan and an executive summary.

The Plan has recently been updated following the release of results from the 2011 census and following the briefing / workshop with Councillors at the Councillor Strategic Planning Workshop in March 2013.

Given the ongoing demand for sportsgrounds within the City, a draft Sports Allocation Policy and Priority Matrix has been developed.

Key projects identified in the strategy and priority areas include the delivery of at least two more synthetic surface ovals in the City, with investigations to focus on Gore Hill and Chatswood High School, the ongoing implementation of Park Master Plans, improving the tracks, trails and footpath networks throughout the City and the investigation of a regional playground, either at Bicentennial Reserve or Chatswood Oval.  Opportunities to improve the community's access to water are also highlighted as priority actions within the Plan.

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    • Would you like to see anything changed, added or removed from the Plan?
    • What are your overall impressions of the Plan?
    • Please tell us about how you use open space and recreation areas and what you feel is important about these spaces
    • Would you like to see anything changed, added or removed from the Plan?
    • What are your overall impressions of the Plan?
    • Please tell us about how you use open space and recreation areas and what you feel is important about these spaces