Council is seeking community feedback on the Draft Landscape Masterplan for Robert Pymble Park that prioritises works over the next few years.
At its meeting of 22 October Council resolved to place the draft Landscape Masterplan for Robert Pymble Park on public exhibition.
Robert Pymble Park is classified as a District Park because of its size, location and large areas of public recreation space, and its unique landscape character and heritage.
The draft Landscape Masterplan aims to conserve, protect and enhance the landscape character of Robert Pymble Park while improving the amenity and aesthetics of the park.
We consulted the community about the draft masterplan and the future of the park in 2018.
We sought feedback from residents and park users about what they liked about the park, how they use it and ideas for its future.
The feedback received has played an important role in developing the draft masterplan. We hope that by using this information we have created a plan that will meet community needs now and in the future.
A hard copy of the Draft Landscape Masterplan can be viewed at Council's Customer Service Centre, Level 4, 818 Pacific Highway, Gordon during business hours.
* Interactive version: Click on the 'full screen' icon located on the centre of the image to view the interactive report in full screen. You can preview the pages of the report and flick between pages by clicking on the left arrow (to go to the previous page) and the right arrow (to go to next page).
Download the document
Due to the large file size the Draft Landscape Masterplan document has been broken up into small parts.
Written comments on the masterplan must quote S11630-4-1 and be received by the closing date of 29 November 2019.
Online: Use the 'Submit your comment direct to Council' button at the top right of this page (note: maximum 300 words).
Post: The General Manager, Ku-ring-gai Council, Locked Bag 1006, Gordon NSW 2072
Submissions must be received by 5pm on Friday 29 November 2019.