The Park Lands Property Strategy

This consultation has concluded.

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Council is responsible for the management and ongoing sustainability of the Park Lands and its buildings. This includes maintaining the condition of the Park Lands buildings and managing the leases and licences with the various occupiers and user groups.

Council (in consultation with user groups of the Park Lands facilities) has developed a Property Strategy for the Park Lands which reflects a balance between Council's responsibility and the community's needs.

Project Information
  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for background information on this project.
  • View the 'FAQs' section on the right-hand side for commonly asked questions about this project.

View the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

Council is responsible for the management and ongoing sustainability of the Park Lands and its buildings. This includes maintaining the condition of the Park Lands buildings and managing the leases and licences with the various occupiers and user groups.

Council (in consultation with user groups of the Park Lands facilities) has developed a Property Strategy for the Park Lands which reflects a balance between Council's responsibility and the community's needs.

Project Information
  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for background information on this project.
  • View the 'FAQs' section on the right-hand side for commonly asked questions about this project.
This consultation has concluded.
  • Council endorsed the Parklands Property Strategy for implementation

    by Engage, about 7 years ago

    Council is responsible for the management and ongoing sustainability of the Park Lands and its buildings. This includes maintaining the condition of the Park Lands buildings and managing the leases and licences with the various occupiers and user groups.

    Council (in consultation with user groups of the Park Lands facilities) developed the Draft Park Lands Property Strategy for buildings located in the Park Lands which reflects a balance between Council's responsibility and the community's needs.

    At its meeting on 31 January 2012, Council endorsed the strategy for implementation in February 2012. Council has started the negotiation process with a number of lessees in the Park Lands and will continue these discussions with other lessees in due course.

    Find out what 'users groups' had to say when developing the Property Strategy, by reading the Feedback report.

    If you would like any further information please contact Mandy Bosson 8203 7623 or Laura O’Neill 8203 7843.

    Council is responsible for the management and ongoing sustainability of the Park Lands and its buildings. This includes maintaining the condition of the Park Lands buildings and managing the leases and licences with the various occupiers and user groups.

    Council (in consultation with user groups of the Park Lands facilities) developed the Draft Park Lands Property Strategy for buildings located in the Park Lands which reflects a balance between Council's responsibility and the community's needs.

    At its meeting on 31 January 2012, Council endorsed the strategy for implementation in February 2012. Council has started the negotiation process with a number of lessees in the Park Lands and will continue these discussions with other lessees in due course.

    Find out what 'users groups' had to say when developing the Property Strategy, by reading the Feedback report.

    If you would like any further information please contact Mandy Bosson 8203 7623 or Laura O’Neill 8203 7843.

  • This consultation is now closed

    by Engage, about 7 years ago

    This consultation is now closed.

    The Draft Park Land Property Strategy went out to public consultation for 28 days between 28 November 2011 and 23 December 2011. During this time Council received submissions relating primarily to the circumstances of individual Lessees and how these would be dealt with in the context of the Park Lands Property Strategy’s implementation. There was no negative feedback relating to the Park Lands Property Strategy itself.

    This consultation is now closed.

    The Draft Park Land Property Strategy went out to public consultation for 28 days between 28 November 2011 and 23 December 2011. During this time Council received submissions relating primarily to the circumstances of individual Lessees and how these would be dealt with in the context of the Park Lands Property Strategy’s implementation. There was no negative feedback relating to the Park Lands Property Strategy itself.