Council are currently in the process of revising three Plans of Management as a result of the legislation changes to the Crown Land Management Act 2016.
The purpose of the consultation is to seek feedback from the community on how they value relevant crown land in Shoalhaven, any issues or challenges experienced or identified and what they would like to see as the future direction the land specified in the three categories of General Community Use, Parks and sportsground reserves in the Shoalhaven. There is a survey available for each type of reserve.
Reserves that have been given a 'General Community Use' category includes land that may be made available for use for any purpose for which community land may be used, whether by the public at large or by specific sections of the public, for example, community gardens, child care centres, tennis courts.
View the General Community Use Plan of Management List published in the "Document Library' on this web page.
Reserves that have been given a 'Parks' category includes land that is or is proposed to be, improved by landscaping, gardens or the provision of non-sporting equipment and facilities. The use of these spaces and facilities must be mainly for passive or active recreational, social, educational and cultural pursuits that do not unduly intrude on the peaceful enjoyment of the land by others.
View the Parks Plan of Management Category List published in the "Document Library' on this web page.
Reserves that have been given a 'Sportsgrounds' category includes land that is provided for structured or unstructured active recreation. This includes training and competition, which may be undertaken either individually or as a team, as well as social active recreational pursuits. Sports facilities range from large regional facilities that support a range of activities to smaller sports facilities that have a more local appeal.
View the Sportsground Plan of Management Category List published in the "Document Library' on this web page.
Thank you for your input the consultation period has now closed.