Community Land Management Plan Review

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Have your say on the future management of the Adelaide Park Lands

The Community Land Management Plan (CLMP) for the Adelaide Park Lands is an important working policy document. It provides the community with information about the use of the Park Lands and presents Council with the framework to manage and enhance the Park Lands for the enjoyment and well-being of all.

The existing CLMP is currently being reviewed and consulted on in stages, generally on a park by park basis.

Current Consultations

The closing date for the following consultation has been revised to Thursday 18 June 2020

Golden Wattle Park / Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W)

We are seeking your feedback on the draft Community Land Management Plan (CLMP) for Golden Wattle Park/ Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) located in the southern portion of the Adelaide Park Lands.

For details read the Information Pack and provide feedback by completing the submission form below. The closing date for all submissions is 5.00pm on Thursday 18 June, 2020.

Information Pack
Draft CLMP - Park 21W
Concept Plan - Park 21W


Background

Under the Local Government Act 1999 (SA) all Councils are required to develop management plans for community land which they either own or which is under their care and control. A CLMP shows how the land is to be used, taking into account a diverse range of recreation, conservation, heritage and cultural issues. Significant changes or amendments to a CLMP require public consultation under State legislation.

Given the scale of the Adelaide Park Lands, the CLMP is divided into sections according to individual parks or groups of parks, determined by their geographical location.

The current CLMP which covers all of the Adelaide Park Lands was adopted in 2013. This review is being undertaken to ensure it is consistent with the Adelaide Park Lands Land Management Strategy 2015-2025 (APLMS) and to take account of the policies and plans, relevant Council decisions and legislation adopted in the intervening period. The review will be undertaken in stages, on a park by park basis.


Have your say on the future management of the Adelaide Park Lands

The Community Land Management Plan (CLMP) for the Adelaide Park Lands is an important working policy document. It provides the community with information about the use of the Park Lands and presents Council with the framework to manage and enhance the Park Lands for the enjoyment and well-being of all.

The existing CLMP is currently being reviewed and consulted on in stages, generally on a park by park basis.

Current Consultations

The closing date for the following consultation has been revised to Thursday 18 June 2020

Golden Wattle Park / Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W)

We are seeking your feedback on the draft Community Land Management Plan (CLMP) for Golden Wattle Park/ Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) located in the southern portion of the Adelaide Park Lands.

For details read the Information Pack and provide feedback by completing the submission form below. The closing date for all submissions is 5.00pm on Thursday 18 June, 2020.

Information Pack
Draft CLMP - Park 21W
Concept Plan - Park 21W


Background

Under the Local Government Act 1999 (SA) all Councils are required to develop management plans for community land which they either own or which is under their care and control. A CLMP shows how the land is to be used, taking into account a diverse range of recreation, conservation, heritage and cultural issues. Significant changes or amendments to a CLMP require public consultation under State legislation.

Given the scale of the Adelaide Park Lands, the CLMP is divided into sections according to individual parks or groups of parks, determined by their geographical location.

The current CLMP which covers all of the Adelaide Park Lands was adopted in 2013. This review is being undertaken to ensure it is consistent with the Adelaide Park Lands Land Management Strategy 2015-2025 (APLMS) and to take account of the policies and plans, relevant Council decisions and legislation adopted in the intervening period. The review will be undertaken in stages, on a park by park basis.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback form closes at 5 pm, Thursday 18 June 2020. 

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