Consultation has concluded

In 2006 the City of Charles Sturt developed an Open Space Strategy that included directions for various ‘theme topics’ as well as projects included in an Open Space Matrix. A number of those projects have been implemented over the past 8 years.

Council is now reviewing the 2006 Open Space Strategy to determine current projects and priorities and to guide Council to appropriately provide, develop and manage open space over the next 10 years and beyond.

Join us as we update our Open Space Strategy to guide the provision, development and management of open space over the next 10 years & beyond.

All community and sporting groups, local residents and others with an interest in our Council area are invited to get involved in this consultation opportunity.

To have your say:

  • Complete the online survey
  • Chat to us at the Eagles Community Open Day on 9 August
  • Review the issues and opportunities already identified
  • Consider the 'precinct maps' and comments in the discussion forum
  • Use the mapping tool to share your thoughts about open space that is important to you
  • Ask a question using the Q&A Tool

The Open Space Strategy relates to all types of open space including:

  • Sportsgrounds
  • Recreation Parks
  • Foreshore Areas
  • Linear Parks
  • Natural Areas
  • Verges and Landscapes

The revised Open Space Strategy will provide directions for each type of open space and guide the future provision and development of open space using a Planning Precinct and whole of City approach. The Strategy will identify sports hubs, recreation destinations, open space connections and other open space enhancements across the City.

The planning to date has identified a number of issues and opportunities and these have been visually presented on maps. Council is now inviting feedback on the issues and opportunities to assist in the identification of open space directions, before developing the revised Open Space Strategy.

    Consultation closes 11 September 2014

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