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Have Your Say on Your New Park

Consultation is now open

Consultation will run from 15 September to 27 October 2017 

Contact:

Ted Webster - Landscape Architect

Ph: (02) 9911 3563
Email

Background

The 'Mowbray Precinct' has seen significant population increase from new development without suitable recreation space available for new and existing residents.

Council first commenced the process to acquire sites in Pinaroo Place from the NSW Land and Housing Corporation in 2013 in line with the 2011 JBA Mowbray Road Precinct, Master Planning Study.

At Council's August 2017 meeting it was announced that Council had reached a partnership with NSW Land and Housing Corporation to acquire six lots in Pinaroo Place as part of a transaction agreement that includes the transfer of Council land at Girraween Reserve. The agreement includes a commitment by Council to seek approval for rezoning of land at 552 Mowbray Road to provide a pocket park in close proximity to the existing Girraween Reserve. Read the full Council Report from 21 August for more details.

As a result of the agreement, Council will be able to provide a 6,300 m2 recreation space utilising the six lots in Pinaroo Place, the Pinaroo Place cul-de-sac and the existing park on Kullah Parade.

Overview

Council is currently consulting with the community on the new park at Pinaroo Place/Kullah Parade as well as the proposed pocket park at 552 Mowbray Road.

The community is being encouraged to provide feedback on the proposed 6,300 m2 park design which currently includes the following features:-

  1. Off-street parking
  2. Table tennis
  3. Play equipment
  4. Full size basketball court
  5. All abilities access toilet block
  6. Serpentine walking path
  7. Multi use open lawn area
  8. Meeting circle/outdoor classroom
  9. Multi use platform/stage
  10. Picnic shelter, table setting and barbeque
  11. Pump track for skateboards, scooters and bikes
  12. Multi use games area
  13. New turning facility
  14. Potential community garden

View the Master Plan and Landscape Plan for the expanded Park.

This expanded recreation area is made possible by the agreement between Council and the NSW Land and Housing Corporation. It will see the existing park on Girraween Avenue transferred to the NSW Land and Housing Corporation. As a result Council is seeking to rezone land at 552 Mowbray Road for the purpose of an additional pocket park utilising equipment from the existing Girraween Reserve along with seating and landscaping.

View the 552 Mowbray Road Landscape Plan which is being proposed for the new pocket park.

In addition to seeking feedback on the proposed park designs Council is also seeking suggestions for names for the expanded Pinaroo Park and is running a separate consultation in relation to the proposed road closure of the Pinaroo Place cul-de-sac.

Have your say

To have your say on your new park, please make a submission to the General Manager quoting ''Our New Park'– SU6839' by:-

  • Post: PO Box 20, Lane Cove 1595;
  • Fax: 9911 3600; or
  • Email

Written submissions will be received by Council until Friday 27 October 2017.  

Related Documents

Proposed Financial Assistance to Community Groups for 2017-18

Consultation is currently open.

This consultation will run from 7 September until 19 October 2017

Contact:

Carol Sinclair
Manager – Community Services
Ph: (02) 9911 3592
Email

Lane Cove Council gives public notice in accordance with Section 356 of the Local Government Act 1993 that it proposes to give financial assistance to the following community groups.

Community Groups
Lane Cove Theatre Company$11,963
Lane Cove Seniors Computer Club$1,700
 Total$13,663

 

Subject to no objections being received, the financial assistance will be provided.

Have Your Say

To have your say on this proposal, please make a submission to the General Manager quoting 'Proposed Financial Assistance 2017-18 – SU6604' by:-

  • Post: PO Box 20, Lane Cove 1595;
  • Fax: 9911 3600; or
  • Email

Written submissions will be received by Council until Thursday 19 October 2017

Related Documents