Rathmines Park

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This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. The project team are currently reviewing all feedback received and will report back soon.

Council is developing a Master Plan and Plan of Management for Rathmines Park to guide its future use and development.

The community shared their initial ideas and improvements for the Park during September and October 2019.

Many of these ideas have been captured in the Issues and Opportunities Paper and draft Concept Master Plans and include a range of improvements to access, interpretation, landscape / vegetation and those improvements already identified in existing developer contributions plans.

How to provide feedback on the draft Concept Master Plans

  1. Review the draft Concept Master Plans
  2. Read the summary consultation paper for a brief overview of the documents included in this round of consultation
  3. Read the Issues and Opportunities Paper for more detail on the proposed directions
  4. Attend a drop-in session or information session
  5. Complete the online survey or comment on the interactive map.

The image used on the information flyer is courtesy of John Sharples.

This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. The project team are currently reviewing all feedback received and will report back soon.

Council is developing a Master Plan and Plan of Management for Rathmines Park to guide its future use and development.

The community shared their initial ideas and improvements for the Park during September and October 2019.

Many of these ideas have been captured in the Issues and Opportunities Paper and draft Concept Master Plans and include a range of improvements to access, interpretation, landscape / vegetation and those improvements already identified in existing developer contributions plans.

How to provide feedback on the draft Concept Master Plans

  1. Review the draft Concept Master Plans
  2. Read the summary consultation paper for a brief overview of the documents included in this round of consultation
  3. Read the Issues and Opportunities Paper for more detail on the proposed directions
  4. Attend a drop-in session or information session
  5. Complete the online survey or comment on the interactive map.

The image used on the information flyer is courtesy of John Sharples.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Consultation with the community on Rathmines Park during September and October 2019 identified a large number of ideas, features and suggested improvements.

    Concept Master Plans have been developed to highlight key directions and ideas for the Park.

    An Issues and Opportunities Paper has also been produced to support the Concept Master Plans and clearly articulate the potential directions and ideas for the Park.  The Paper summarises the key community values of the Park and an initial vision and principles for future use.  Potential future opportunities and directions are identified under five key

    Consultation with the community on Rathmines Park during September and October 2019 identified a large number of ideas, features and suggested improvements.

    Concept Master Plans have been developed to highlight key directions and ideas for the Park.

    An Issues and Opportunities Paper has also been produced to support the Concept Master Plans and clearly articulate the potential directions and ideas for the Park.  The Paper summarises the key community values of the Park and an initial vision and principles for future use.  Potential future opportunities and directions are identified under five key themes which provide overarching direction to the area as a whole.

    A series of Analysis Plans have also been produced which explore the current conditions and use of the Park and to highlight the potential opportunities.

    These Concept Plans are not final and are still to be tested through consultation, design refinement and in response to further site investigations as required.

    Whilst a number of proposed projects and opportunities have been identified, Council has many and competing needs for funding allocations. There are existing funding streams available for a small proportion of projects, albeit the full cost of these will only be known once detailed design is undertaken and some projects may need to be staged as a consequence.

    As such, part of the road-testing process is to seek feedback on priorities for funding which will then inform the priorities identified in the Plan of Management and Council’s subsequent funding commitments.

    This survey focusses on those areas where clarification and prioritisation are needed - refer Concept Master Plans for further details.

    This survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.


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