District Park - Draft Plan of Management

Consultation has concluded

Council has prepared a draft Plan of Management for District Park. This includes Nolan, Passmore, Miller and David Thomas Reserves and the Warringah Golf Course.

Council has prepared a draft Plan of Management for District Park. This includes Nolan, Passmore, Miller and David Thomas Reserves and the Warringah Golf Course.

News

Consultation has concluded
  • Plan of Management adopted

    12 months ago

    At a meeting on 25 August 2015, we adopted the District Park Plan of Management (2015) with the inclusion of a coordinated bush regeneration plan.

    View Council Report (Item 8.6)

    View Council Agenda Minutes 25 August 2015 Item 8.6

    View final Landscape Concept Design September 2015

    View Adopted Plan of Management September 2015

    At a meeting on 25 August 2015, we adopted the District Park Plan of Management (2015) with the inclusion of a coordinated bush regeneration plan.

    View Council Report (Item 8.6)

    View Council Agenda Minutes 25 August 2015 Item 8.6

    View final Landscape Concept Design September 2015

    View Adopted Plan of Management September 2015

  • Community Engagement Report

    about 1 year ago

    Thank you for the submissions received during the Public Exhibition of the Draft District Park Plan of Management. There were 200 submissions received from the community as a response to the exhibition of the Draft District Park Plan of Management and the Draft Landscape Concept Plan for District Park.

    All submissions were considered in the preparation of the District Park Draft Plan of Management Community Engagement Report and subsequently the Final District Park Plan of Management (incorporating the Landscape Concept Plan).

    Council will consider adopting the Final District Park Plan of Management at its meeting on 25 August 2015.

    View Community Engagement Report - August 2015 (Attachment 1 Item 8.6)

    Thank you for the submissions received during the Public Exhibition of the Draft District Park Plan of Management. There were 200 submissions received from the community as a response to the exhibition of the Draft District Park Plan of Management and the Draft Landscape Concept Plan for District Park.

    All submissions were considered in the preparation of the District Park Draft Plan of Management Community Engagement Report and subsequently the Final District Park Plan of Management (incorporating the Landscape Concept Plan).

    Council will consider adopting the Final District Park Plan of Management at its meeting on 25 August 2015.

    View Community Engagement Report - August 2015 (Attachment 1 Item 8.6)

  • Draft Plan of Management - Open for Comment

    about 1 year ago

    Following the completion of the Strategic Directions Paper, Clubhouse Feasibility Study and Preliminary Landscape Concept Plan, we resolved on 26 May 2015 to publically exhibit the Draft District Park Plan of Management.

    View the Council Report

    The Draft Plan sets out how District Park will be used, improved, maintained and managed into the future.

    View Final Draft Plan of Management
    View Preliminary Landscape Concept Plan

    We are seeking feedback on the Draft Plan of Management.

    Make a submission:

    or come along to one of the following information sessions
    • Saturday 13 June, 9.30 - 11.30am - North Manly Bowling Club
    • Monday 22 June, 6-8pm - Warringah Golf Club
    • Wednesday 24 June, 6-8pm - Calabria Club

    Comments close Tuesday 14 July 2015.

    For further information please call Christine Deaner on 9942 2543.

    Following the completion of the Strategic Directions Paper, Clubhouse Feasibility Study and Preliminary Landscape Concept Plan, we resolved on 26 May 2015 to publically exhibit the Draft District Park Plan of Management.

    View the Council Report

    The Draft Plan sets out how District Park will be used, improved, maintained and managed into the future.

    View Final Draft Plan of Management
    View Preliminary Landscape Concept Plan

    We are seeking feedback on the Draft Plan of Management.

    Make a submission:

    or come along to one of the following information sessions
    • Saturday 13 June, 9.30 - 11.30am - North Manly Bowling Club
    • Monday 22 June, 6-8pm - Warringah Golf Club
    • Wednesday 24 June, 6-8pm - Calabria Club

    Comments close Tuesday 14 July 2015.

    For further information please call Christine Deaner on 9942 2543.

  • Preparation of draft Plan of Management

    about 1 year ago

    We resolved on 11 December 2012 to review the existing Plan of Management for District Park.

    District Park comprises approximately 62 hectares of public open space in Manly Vale and North Manly which includes;

    The park is one of Warringah's most significant reserves in terms of its sporting and recreational uses, open space and commercial uses. It is a complex regional recreation resource incorporating several categories of Community Land. There is a small portion of the area which is Crown Land.

    We resolved on 11 December 2012 to review the existing Plan of Management for District Park.

    District Park comprises approximately 62 hectares of public open space in Manly Vale and North Manly which includes;

    The park is one of Warringah's most significant reserves in terms of its sporting and recreational uses, open space and commercial uses. It is a complex regional recreation resource incorporating several categories of Community Land. There is a small portion of the area which is Crown Land.

  • Preparation of Landscape Concept Plan May 2015

    about 1 year ago

    A Landscape Concept Plan was prepared by external landscape architects.

    A consultation meeting was held on 20 April 2015 and was attended by representatives of:

    • Manly Vale Football Club
    • Manly Warringah Cricket Association
    • Harbord Seasiders United Football Club
    • Manly Warringah Touch Football
    • Warringah Golf Club
    • North Manly Bowling Club
    • Warringah Recreation Centre Squash Licencee
    • Manly Warringah Touch Association
    • Cricket NSW
    • Northern Beaches Cricket

    A Landscape Concept Plan was prepared by external landscape architects.

    A consultation meeting was held on 20 April 2015 and was attended by representatives of:

    • Manly Vale Football Club
    • Manly Warringah Cricket Association
    • Harbord Seasiders United Football Club
    • Manly Warringah Touch Football
    • Warringah Golf Club
    • North Manly Bowling Club
    • Warringah Recreation Centre Squash Licencee
    • Manly Warringah Touch Association
    • Cricket NSW
    • Northern Beaches Cricket

  • District Park Clubhouse Feasibility Study Completed

    about 1 year ago

    GBAS has completed their feasibility study of a new multipurpose clubhouse building on the current North Manly Bowls Club site.

    The objectives of the report included:

    • Determining what is possible to provide on the site given planning and environmental considerations;
    • Identifying potential use and users including the requirements of the Warringah Golf Club and North Manly Bowling and Recreation Club;
    • Determining the potential service and facility mix of a proposed new facility that would meet the identified needs;
    • Determining the financial viability of the operations of the proposed facility; and
    • Investigating potential provision and management options including the financial and structural impediments, requirements and the benefits to Park users and Council.

    A Working Group was established to support the preparation of this Feasibility Study by external consultants. The Working Group met on two occasions and included representatives of stakeholder groups including:

    • Warringah Golf Club
    • Calabria Club
    • North Manly Bowling Club
    • Christian Brothers Junior Rugby League Football Club
    • Manly Small Bore Rifle Club
    • Warringah Recreation Centre

    GBAS has completed their feasibility study of a new multipurpose clubhouse building on the current North Manly Bowls Club site.

    The objectives of the report included:

    • Determining what is possible to provide on the site given planning and environmental considerations;
    • Identifying potential use and users including the requirements of the Warringah Golf Club and North Manly Bowling and Recreation Club;
    • Determining the potential service and facility mix of a proposed new facility that would meet the identified needs;
    • Determining the financial viability of the operations of the proposed facility; and
    • Investigating potential provision and management options including the financial and structural impediments, requirements and the benefits to Park users and Council.

    A Working Group was established to support the preparation of this Feasibility Study by external consultants. The Working Group met on two occasions and included representatives of stakeholder groups including:

    • Warringah Golf Club
    • Calabria Club
    • North Manly Bowling Club
    • Christian Brothers Junior Rugby League Football Club
    • Manly Small Bore Rifle Club
    • Warringah Recreation Centre
  • External Consultant Appointed

    almost 2 years ago

    We have now appointed Golf Business Advisory Services (GBAS) as the external consultant to undertake the feasibility study.

    The other companies included with the GBAS team are:

    • Sport Business Partners
    • Abeo Architects
    • Sake Developments
    • Thomas Geer Lawyers
    • Transport and Traffic Planning Associates

    The first working group meeting involving representatives from stakeholder groups to support this feasibility study is being held on Wednesday 19 November 2014.

    We have now appointed Golf Business Advisory Services (GBAS) as the external consultant to undertake the feasibility study.

    The other companies included with the GBAS team are:

    • Sport Business Partners
    • Abeo Architects
    • Sake Developments
    • Thomas Geer Lawyers
    • Transport and Traffic Planning Associates

    The first working group meeting involving representatives from stakeholder groups to support this feasibility study is being held on Wednesday 19 November 2014.

  • Project Update

    almost 2 years ago

    Approximately 110 people attended the three community drop-in sessions held in July 2014 regarding the Strategic Directions Paper. Approximately 30 submissions were also received.

    A process to select an external consultant to carry out the feasibility study for a proposed new facility in District Park, is nearing completion. A working group to support this study is in the process of being established.

    Approximately 110 people attended the three community drop-in sessions held in July 2014 regarding the Strategic Directions Paper. Approximately 30 submissions were also received.

    A process to select an external consultant to carry out the feasibility study for a proposed new facility in District Park, is nearing completion. A working group to support this study is in the process of being established.

  • Comments closed

    about 2 years ago

    We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Strategic Directions Paper for the District Park Plan of Management (PoM).

    For more information, please contact Christine Deaner on 9942 2543

    We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Strategic Directions Paper for the District Park Plan of Management (PoM).

    For more information, please contact Christine Deaner on 9942 2543

  • We have released a Draft Strategic Directions Paper

    about 2 years ago

    On 24 June 2014, Council resolved to exhibit the recently developed Draft Strategic Directions Paper for District Park.

    View Council Report
    View Draft Strategic Directions Paper

    Council also resolved that; 

    •  A Feasibility study that investigates opportunities for aligning facilities and operations of the Warringah Golf Club, North Manly Bowls Club and other relevant District Park groups as well as Council’s Warringah Recreation Centre be supported.
    • A working group be established involving representatives from stakeholder groups to support this feasibility study.

    The objectives of this Strategic Directions Paper are to;

    • Present the community feedback on the Discussion Paper
    • Present the findings and recommendations from the Warringah Regional Golf Study
    • Present strategic directions for use and management of District Park to the community for further consideration.
     Come along to one of our community drop in sessions to learn more and have your say on the future directions of District Park.

    • 16 July 2014 - Calabria Club  6pm - 8pm
    • 26 July 2014 - North Manly Bowling Club 9.30am - 11.30am
    • 28 July 2014 - Warringah Golf Club 6pm - 8pm

    You can make a submission by;

    • Completing the feedback form
    • Writing to Council: Marked 'District Park Strategic Directions Paper', Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, NSW 2099
    • Emailing: Council@warringah.nsw.gov.au
    The Draft Strategic Directions paper can also be viewed at Council Libraries and at Civic Centre, Dee Why.

    Submissions close 10 August 2014

    For more information please contact Christine Deaner 9942 2543

    On 24 June 2014, Council resolved to exhibit the recently developed Draft Strategic Directions Paper for District Park.

    View Council Report
    View Draft Strategic Directions Paper

    Council also resolved that; 

    •  A Feasibility study that investigates opportunities for aligning facilities and operations of the Warringah Golf Club, North Manly Bowls Club and other relevant District Park groups as well as Council’s Warringah Recreation Centre be supported.
    • A working group be established involving representatives from stakeholder groups to support this feasibility study.

    The objectives of this Strategic Directions Paper are to;

    • Present the community feedback on the Discussion Paper
    • Present the findings and recommendations from the Warringah Regional Golf Study
    • Present strategic directions for use and management of District Park to the community for further consideration.
     Come along to one of our community drop in sessions to learn more and have your say on the future directions of District Park.

    • 16 July 2014 - Calabria Club  6pm - 8pm
    • 26 July 2014 - North Manly Bowling Club 9.30am - 11.30am
    • 28 July 2014 - Warringah Golf Club 6pm - 8pm

    You can make a submission by;

    • Completing the feedback form
    • Writing to Council: Marked 'District Park Strategic Directions Paper', Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, NSW 2099
    • Emailing: Council@warringah.nsw.gov.au
    The Draft Strategic Directions paper can also be viewed at Council Libraries and at Civic Centre, Dee Why.

    Submissions close 10 August 2014

    For more information please contact Christine Deaner 9942 2543