Plans of Management for Crown Land Reserves

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Help us plan for the future management of our Crown land reserves.

Our area has over 20 Crown land reserves, which are owned by the NSW Government and managed by Council as Crown land manager.

We've created this page to make it easier for you to learn about how we manage Crown lands. Management includes providing and maintaining sportsgrounds, fitness equipment, playgrounds, lawns and garden beds. This page will be updated regularly with news articles, key dates and other useful information.

The Crown reserves for which we are Crown land manager are: Bellevue Park, Camp Cove Reserve, Christison Park, Double Bay Beach, Forsyth Park, Gap Park (including The Gunyah), Lighthouse Reserve, Lyne Park (including Rose Bay War Memorial and Tingira Memorial Park), McKell Park, Parsley Bay Reserve, Robertson Park, Rose Bay Park, Rushcutters Bay Park, Samuel Park, Signal Hill Reserve, Sir David Martin Reserve (including Plantation Reserve), Steyne Park (including The Steyne and Steyne Park Foreshore), Tea Gardens, Trumper Park and Yarranabbe Park.

We are required under the Crown Land Management Act 2016 and the Local Government Act 1993 to prepare plans of management (POM) for these reserves.

A plan of management is a document that sets out a framework for managing public land and it is written in consultation with the community.

Input from our community around what they consider to be important or significant, that is what they ‘value’ about these reserves is the starting point from which the management framework for the land is developed.

To gather these important values and management issues, we have created a survey. Please click on the tab below and take the survey to have your say on what is important to you about our Crown land reserves. If preferred a paper survey can be sent to you, please contact customer service.

The survey will close Friday 31 July 2020.

Help us plan for the future management of our Crown land reserves.

Our area has over 20 Crown land reserves, which are owned by the NSW Government and managed by Council as Crown land manager.

We've created this page to make it easier for you to learn about how we manage Crown lands. Management includes providing and maintaining sportsgrounds, fitness equipment, playgrounds, lawns and garden beds. This page will be updated regularly with news articles, key dates and other useful information.

The Crown reserves for which we are Crown land manager are: Bellevue Park, Camp Cove Reserve, Christison Park, Double Bay Beach, Forsyth Park, Gap Park (including The Gunyah), Lighthouse Reserve, Lyne Park (including Rose Bay War Memorial and Tingira Memorial Park), McKell Park, Parsley Bay Reserve, Robertson Park, Rose Bay Park, Rushcutters Bay Park, Samuel Park, Signal Hill Reserve, Sir David Martin Reserve (including Plantation Reserve), Steyne Park (including The Steyne and Steyne Park Foreshore), Tea Gardens, Trumper Park and Yarranabbe Park.

We are required under the Crown Land Management Act 2016 and the Local Government Act 1993 to prepare plans of management (POM) for these reserves.

A plan of management is a document that sets out a framework for managing public land and it is written in consultation with the community.

Input from our community around what they consider to be important or significant, that is what they ‘value’ about these reserves is the starting point from which the management framework for the land is developed.

To gather these important values and management issues, we have created a survey. Please click on the tab below and take the survey to have your say on what is important to you about our Crown land reserves. If preferred a paper survey can be sent to you, please contact customer service.

The survey will close Friday 31 July 2020.