About the project
Council has prepared a draft Landscape Masterplan for Gordon Recreation Ground (the parkland between Werona Avenue and Rosedale Road), which is classified as a District Park within Council’s Open Space System.
District Parks have features that attract people from outside the immediate neighbourhood, such as:
- large open space areas
- shaded areas and gardens for passive recreation
- play areas
- areas for social gatherings and picnics
- toilet facilities and shelters
- unique heritage and landscape character
Landscape Masterplans encourage the local community to have a say in the process of upgrading district parks. The Masterplan can identify embellishments that will improve a park, such as increasing recreation opportunities, integrating sustainability principles and improving facilities. The Masterplan can also inform us about other issues in a significant park that may guide management and maintenance practices.
During May 2016 residents were invited to complete an online survey to help guide the preparation of the Landscape Masterplan. The insight and input from the community suggestions have been prioritised to determine a list of opportunities and identified needs for the park.
Draft Landscape Masterplan
To view the Draft Landscape Masterplan document, please click on the link below.
Gordon Recreation Ground - Draft Landscape Masterplan (pdf. 2MB)
Have your say
Council is currently seeking community feedback on the draft Landscape Masterplan.
Mark your comments with the reference number 'S11028' and include your contact details.
Submit your comments:
Online: Click the "Have Your Say Online" button below or use the "Submit your comment direct to Council" form on the top right of this page (note: maximum of 300 words)
Post: Mail your comments to the General Manager ‘Masterplan for Gordon Recreation Ground’ Locked Bag 1006 Gordon NSW 2072
The closing date for comments is 1 March 2018.
All submissions are public documents and will be considered in a final report to Council.
Closing date: 1 March 2018