DROP IN SESSION
JPE Design Studio and Council will be onsite on Sunday 26 September 2021 11:00am - 12:30pm (near the playground on Josiah Mitton Reserve)
The report for the community consultation outcomes and draft masterplan were presented to the Asset Management Committee on Monday 15 November 2021 and endorsed by Council on Monday 22 November, 2022.
A summary of the key features of the draft masterplan were as follows:
The full report is available for viewing on Council’s website via the link below:
Now that the community has assisted in the development of the draft masterplan (image below), there are additional steps to take prior to a final masterplan being completed.
Next Steps by Council for the next two financial years:
Thank you to everyone that contributed to our consultation. Staff and JPE Design have now reviewed all feedback provided and a report will be presented to the Asset Management Committee on Monday 15 November 2021 commencing 6:00pm on the consultation outcomes and next steps.
Any persons wanting to make a deputation will be required to have submitted their deputation request to Council by 10:00am on Monday 15 November 2021.
Josiah Mitton Reserve is located in Brompton and is also in close proximity to Brompton Green Reserve. Both reserves are important ‘district’ spaces, providing walking and cycling connections, and a variety of experiences including play, fitness, picnics, half-court basketball, ball games and areas for dog exercise. Josiah Mitton Reserve is also home to the decommissioned Hindmarsh Incinerator, which is a State Heritage listed building located on the southern edge of the reserve. The reserve is listed as a Neighbourhood Park under the reserve hierarchy as defined by the Open Space Strategy.
We have allocated funding to undertake a Masterplan design for Josiah Mitton Reserve in the 2021/22 financial year to inform improvements at the reserve should future funding be allocated. The masterplan will also consider future opportunities at Brompton Green Reserve.
JPE Design Studio are undertaking this project on Council’s behalf and together we would like to understand how you currently use the reserves and what activities and ideas you may have for them in the future.
We also want to hear your thoughts on what experiences make up a fun and memorable trip to the park so we can get the design right for all users.
JPE Design Studio and Council will be onsite on Sunday 26 September 2021 11:00am - 12:30pm (near the playground on Josiah Mitton Reserve)
The consultation period has now closed - Thank you to everyone who provided feedback.
Have questions or want to learn more about this project, contact us below:
|Name||John Wilkinson - Open Space Planner - City of Charles Sturt|
|Phone||08 8408 1203|
|Name||Kiri Bower - Landscape Architect - JPE Design Studio Pty Ltd|
|Phone||08 8406 4000|
Timeline item 1 - complete
Consultation will commence Friday 10 September 2021 and close 5:00pm Friday 1 October 2021
Timeline item 2 - complete
Finalise masterplan and costings
JPE Design Studio reviewing all feedback to create a masterplan.
Timeline item 3 - complete
Report to Asset Management Committee
A report will be presented to the Asset Management Committee on Monday 15 November 2021 for the consultation outcomes and concept Masterplan.
Timeline item 4 - active
Subject to Council approval, submit a budget proposal for Council’s consideration in the 2022/23 financial year budget preparations - December 2021
The City of Charles Sturt would like to acknowledge the land we occupy today is the traditional lands for the Kaurna people and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country. We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as the custodians of the greater Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.
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