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What does the Plan include?
Why have the Premium, Popular and Potential categories been developed?
The research and analysis phase of the project showed that the Premium sites are highly valued, have the highest demand, best infrastructure and yet also needed recovery time to maintain the expectations of public access and amenity. It also found that there are a range of other areas that, if encouraged, could be made more attractive for event use, to reduce the pressure on Premium sites and the community around the Premium sites.
Why are there five Pilot sites within the Potential category?
To meet the objectives of the Park Lands Management Strategy, an opportunity exists to create and promote more event sites in the Park Lands, and to encourage event organisers and the community to use them. Images of the pilot sites can be seen here.
How long is the consultation open for?
Consultation opens Wednesday, 30 March and closes 5pm Friday, 22 April, 2016.
When will the final Park Lands Events Management Plan 2016-2020 be available?
How do I provide my feedback?
What happens to my feedback?
All feedback will be considered in shaping the final document. Council will be provided with a report of all consultation feedback.
How do I know my feedback has been received?