Draft Master Plan Clarendon Recreation Park

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THE MASTER PLAN HAS BEEN APPROVED

There was strong community support for the master plan and at the Strategic Directions Committee meeting on 4 August 2020, Council approved the master plan. We wish to acknowledge your contribution to the development of the plan.

During the consultation, the community raised a number of concerns about the traffic movement within the park and on the exit and entry points to Kangarilla Rd. Staff will work continue to work with the community and the Clarendon Community Association in addressing the issues raised.

We are continuing to work with the key stakeholders in implementing the actions contained in the plan and already we have two capital works projects in development for this financial year. These include the improvements to the embankment in front of the pavilion and a replacement of the playground next to the top netball court.

BACKGROUND

Over the last five years, we have been developing a Master Plan for the Clarendon Recreation park. it has been a complex process and has included extensive engagements with many stakeholders across the Clarendon community.

During the last twelve months and after further meetings with stakeholders, the plan was extended to include River Bend Park, Hazel McKenzie Land and the SA Water land between the bakery and the ford crossing.


In developing the Master Plan, we considered:

  • the current use of the park
  • the current standard capacity of park facilities
  • the current and future demand for open space and recreational use
  • the future of the park
  • an action plan for consideration as part of council's budgetary process

Further Information

THE MASTER PLAN HAS BEEN APPROVED

There was strong community support for the master plan and at the Strategic Directions Committee meeting on 4 August 2020, Council approved the master plan. We wish to acknowledge your contribution to the development of the plan.

During the consultation, the community raised a number of concerns about the traffic movement within the park and on the exit and entry points to Kangarilla Rd. Staff will work continue to work with the community and the Clarendon Community Association in addressing the issues raised.

We are continuing to work with the key stakeholders in implementing the actions contained in the plan and already we have two capital works projects in development for this financial year. These include the improvements to the embankment in front of the pavilion and a replacement of the playground next to the top netball court.

BACKGROUND

Over the last five years, we have been developing a Master Plan for the Clarendon Recreation park. it has been a complex process and has included extensive engagements with many stakeholders across the Clarendon community.

During the last twelve months and after further meetings with stakeholders, the plan was extended to include River Bend Park, Hazel McKenzie Land and the SA Water land between the bakery and the ford crossing.


In developing the Master Plan, we considered:

  • the current use of the park
  • the current standard capacity of park facilities
  • the current and future demand for open space and recreational use
  • the future of the park
  • an action plan for consideration as part of council's budgetary process

Further Information