Wilfred Taylor Reserve Master Plan

Consultation has concluded

LATEST UPDATE

On 5 November 2019 Council approved the Wilfred Taylor Reserve Master Plan.

The Wilfred Taylor Reserve Master Plan is a long-term vision for this reserve which will guide future development and assist us in determining improvement priorities in the short, medium and longer term.

YOUR SAY

The master plan responds to feedback from our engagement and needs analysis that was completed with the community and user groups of the Wilfred Taylor Reserve in mid-2018. The Wilfred Taylor Reserve Reference Group and clubs have also had ongoing valuable involvement in this comprehensive process.

Throughout July and August 2019, we sought your feedback on the draft master plan. The Community Engagement Feedback report presents the outcomes of the community and stakeholder engagement process.

Over 3,000 people visited the online Your Say page, where 178 people responded to the survey on the draft Master Plan and 169 people responded to the quick poll.

The feedback received helped us to shape the Master Plan with the most significant change being the removal of the community oval proposal and confirmation of the ongoing operation of the Morphett Vale Riding Club in its current position.

The approved Master Plan and Community Engagement Feedback Report are available to view in the document library.

NEXT STEPS

The Master Plan actions have been prioritised for the purposes of planning and indicative (short, medium or long term) timeframes have been identified. These actions are currently unfunded, and many will require a combination of council and external funding for delivery.

The next steps will include:

  • Integration of the implementation plan into council’s facility and budget planning process
  • Progression of priority initiatives via feasibility studies, planning and/or design
  • Focussing on the development of partnerships to support project delivery
  • Pursuing external funding opportunities.

Additional information about specific projects, our ability to attract external funding and resulting financial implications will continue to be the subject of further reporting, including through Council’s annual budget process.

LATEST UPDATE

On 5 November 2019 Council approved the Wilfred Taylor Reserve Master Plan.

The Wilfred Taylor Reserve Master Plan is a long-term vision for this reserve which will guide future development and assist us in determining improvement priorities in the short, medium and longer term.

YOUR SAY

The master plan responds to feedback from our engagement and needs analysis that was completed with the community and user groups of the Wilfred Taylor Reserve in mid-2018. The Wilfred Taylor Reserve Reference Group and clubs have also had ongoing valuable involvement in this comprehensive process.

Throughout July and August 2019, we sought your feedback on the draft master plan. The Community Engagement Feedback report presents the outcomes of the community and stakeholder engagement process.

Over 3,000 people visited the online Your Say page, where 178 people responded to the survey on the draft Master Plan and 169 people responded to the quick poll.

The feedback received helped us to shape the Master Plan with the most significant change being the removal of the community oval proposal and confirmation of the ongoing operation of the Morphett Vale Riding Club in its current position.

The approved Master Plan and Community Engagement Feedback Report are available to view in the document library.

NEXT STEPS

The Master Plan actions have been prioritised for the purposes of planning and indicative (short, medium or long term) timeframes have been identified. These actions are currently unfunded, and many will require a combination of council and external funding for delivery.

The next steps will include:

  • Integration of the implementation plan into council’s facility and budget planning process
  • Progression of priority initiatives via feasibility studies, planning and/or design
  • Focussing on the development of partnerships to support project delivery
  • Pursuing external funding opportunities.

Additional information about specific projects, our ability to attract external funding and resulting financial implications will continue to be the subject of further reporting, including through Council’s annual budget process.