Strategic Community Plan - Creating Nedlands 2027

What would take our City to the next level? We want to hear from you! Our last plan has been in place for four years and we have exceeded expectations. Not only have we made substantial progress on the community's key priorities (such as roads, footpaths and community facilities), but we have found ways to work smarter to keep rates increases lower than anticipated.

So our plan is making a difference! And it reflected what a lot of community members shared with us back then. Now it is time for us all to review progress and reset the priorities for the decade ahead. Make sure your voice is heard!

Join us in creating Nedlands 2027

City of Nedlands residents, ratepayers and businesses are invited to find out what the City has achieved so far through strategic planning, plus learn more, and have a say in the future direction and priorities for the City.


How you can be involved, find out more or provide feedback

Please register (tab at the top of this page). By registering you will be kept up-to-date with progress on the project through our electronic communications.

  • Please read the project information and the detailed document on the City's achievements since the original plan was developed (refer document library)
  • Please read the FAQs
  • Attend a Community Drop-In Session to have your say
  • Ask us a question and we will respond
  • Provide feedback on the feedback tab
  • What is your vision for the City for the next 10 years? Tell us what is important to you in the Vision and Priorities tab
  • What is the most important thing the City should undertake in your neighbourhood? Drop a pin with your suggestion in the My Neighbourhood Map tab

Feedback will be provided as the project progresses on this engagement page and by electronic newsletter for those who have registered.

A draft Nedlands 2027 plan will be published here for feedback once it has been developed.

The City looks forward to your participation.

What would take our City to the next level? We want to hear from you! Our last plan has been in place for four years and we have exceeded expectations. Not only have we made substantial progress on the community's key priorities (such as roads, footpaths and community facilities), but we have found ways to work smarter to keep rates increases lower than anticipated.

So our plan is making a difference! And it reflected what a lot of community members shared with us back then. Now it is time for us all to review progress and reset the priorities for the decade ahead. Make sure your voice is heard!

Join us in creating Nedlands 2027

City of Nedlands residents, ratepayers and businesses are invited to find out what the City has achieved so far through strategic planning, plus learn more, and have a say in the future direction and priorities for the City.


How you can be involved, find out more or provide feedback

Please register (tab at the top of this page). By registering you will be kept up-to-date with progress on the project through our electronic communications.

  • Please read the project information and the detailed document on the City's achievements since the original plan was developed (refer document library)
  • Please read the FAQs
  • Attend a Community Drop-In Session to have your say
  • Ask us a question and we will respond
  • Provide feedback on the feedback tab
  • What is your vision for the City for the next 10 years? Tell us what is important to you in the Vision and Priorities tab
  • What is the most important thing the City should undertake in your neighbourhood? Drop a pin with your suggestion in the My Neighbourhood Map tab

Feedback will be provided as the project progresses on this engagement page and by electronic newsletter for those who have registered.

A draft Nedlands 2027 plan will be published here for feedback once it has been developed.

The City looks forward to your participation.

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  • The community first engaged with developing a vision and strategic direction in 2011. For the Strategic Community Plan, that vision was tested through the precinct workshops and later refined to focus on what the community felt was most important for the future of the City of Nedlands.

    This vision is as follows:

    “Our overall vision is of a diverse community where people can live through the different ages and stages of their lives.

    We will have easy access to community ‘hubs’ where a mix of parks, shops, community and sporting facilities will bring people together, strengthening local relationships.

    Our gardens, streets, parks... Continue reading

    The community first engaged with developing a vision and strategic direction in 2011. For the Strategic Community Plan, that vision was tested through the precinct workshops and later refined to focus on what the community felt was most important for the future of the City of Nedlands.

    This vision is as follows:

    “Our overall vision is of a diverse community where people can live through the different ages and stages of their lives.

    We will have easy access to community ‘hubs’ where a mix of parks, shops, community and sporting facilities will bring people together, strengthening local relationships.

    Our gardens, streets, parks and bushlands will be clean, green and tree-lined and we will live sustainably within the natural environment.

    We will enjoy great transport systems and people will have access to local facilities through efficient cycling and walking facilities.

    We will be an active, safe, inclusive community enjoying a high standard of local services and facilities.

    We will live in a beautiful place.”


    The Council considered the Community’s vision and responded by creating a vision that highlighted the elements it would focus on, including their governance and civic leadership roles. This vision guides the Strategic Community Plan. 

    This vision is as follows:

    "Our overall vision is of a harmonious community.

    We will have easy access to quality health and educational facilities and lively local hubs consisting of parks, community and sporting facilities and shops where a mix of activities will bring people together, strengthening local relationships.

    Our gardens, streets, parks will be well maintained, green and tree-lined and we will live sustainably within the natural environment.

    We will work with neighbouring Councils and provide leadership to achieve an active, safe, inclusive community enjoying a high standard of local services and facilities.

    We will live in a beautiful place.”


    Looking to the future now from 2017, what is most important to you in the future for the City of Nedlands, and why?


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  • Strategic Priorities

    3 months ago

    A number of priorities were identified during the development of the current Strategic Plan in 2012, which established a number of targets for the ensuing 10 year period. Over the past 4 years most of the key priorities have since been achieved and others progressed, whilst some projects are more ongoing and continue to feature in the City’s future plans. The City constantly reviews its priorities which can sometimes be subject to change due to financial challenges, lack of community support or new opportunities that arise from time to time.

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    A number of priorities were identified during the development of the current Strategic Plan in 2012, which established a number of targets for the ensuing 10 year period. Over the past 4 years most of the key priorities have since been achieved and others progressed, whilst some projects are more ongoing and continue to feature in the City’s future plans. The City constantly reviews its priorities which can sometimes be subject to change due to financial challenges, lack of community support or new opportunities that arise from time to time.

    In order to provide a planned, funded and coordinated program for the City of Nedlands, Council is currently finalising its 10 Year Financial Plan. This plan takes into consideration the City’s ongoing responsibilities, service levels, rating capacity, borrowing limits, possible asset sales and as well as the projects and capital works required to keep Nedlands community facilities and the general amenity level of the City up to the standard expected by our residents.

    The Financial Plan assists Council to set its priorities and allows the organisation to get on with the day to day affairs of a busy local government with a clear direction. This Plan assumes no growth in staff numbers and all operational activities will be kept in line with CPI increases including normal capital works for roads, parks and buildings. However, the City will need to raise some additional rate revenue, some loan borrowings and even sale of land to fund new projects such as, underground power, new community facilities and improvements to standard of the City’s roads and infrastructure. The City is committed to keeping rate increases as low as possible and operational savings and additional revenue sources will be actively pursued to support this objective.

    What are the priorities?

    Following on from the current Strategic Plan, a reviewed version of the City’s overall draft strategic priorities are as follows:

    • Protecting our quality living environment

    • Renewal of community infrastructure such as roads, footpaths, community and sports facilities

    • Underground power

    • Encouraging sustainable building

    • Retaining remnant bushland and cultural heritage

    • Providing for sport and recreation

    • Managing parking

    • Working with neighbouring Councils to achieve the best outcomes for the western suburbs as a whole

    Each priority is split up below and provided in more detail, please tell us your thoughts within each of the topics that follow.  General comments can be made here.

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  • Protect Our Quality Living Environment:

    • Retain and encouraging the special character of the City of Nedlands through implementation of the Local Planning Strategy and Local Planning Scheme 3

    • Consolidate urban growth around existing ‘activity corridors’, centres and strategically located redevelopment sites to protect the valued character of established residential areas

    • Control land use through the Local Planning Scheme so activities are compatible with our living environment are permitted, and other activities are carefully evaluated before decisions are made

    • Initiate Strategic Land Use planning investigations and feasibility studies

    • Apply statutory planning processes and framework

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    Protect Our Quality Living Environment:

    • Retain and encouraging the special character of the City of Nedlands through implementation of the Local Planning Strategy and Local Planning Scheme 3

    • Consolidate urban growth around existing ‘activity corridors’, centres and strategically located redevelopment sites to protect the valued character of established residential areas

    • Control land use through the Local Planning Scheme so activities are compatible with our living environment are permitted, and other activities are carefully evaluated before decisions are made

    • Initiate Strategic Land Use planning investigations and feasibility studies

    • Apply statutory planning processes and framework

    • Conduct environmental health inspections

    • Provide, retain and maintain public trees in streets and on reserves

    • Optimise reuse of recyclable or compostable materials, aiming for a State target 65% landfill diversion rate as a minimum

    • Manage noise issues

    • Ensure buildings meet City and State Government Standards, particularly public safety and accessibility

    • Implement actions from the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) for a more accessible and inclusive community

    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


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  • Renewal of Community Infrastructure (roads, footpaths, community and sports facilities):

    Increase investment in roads, footpaths, cycle ways and drainage and high priority sports and community facilities:

    • Maximise road grant opportunities for road improvements, rehabilitation and black spot funding

    • Invest in road rehabilitation works to achieve a target of 80 per cent in good condition, with the remaining 20 per cent in a satisfactory condition to prevent roads slipping into poor condition and associated cost escalation

    • Program to construct all laneways to a minimum standard

    • Invest in footpath renewals targeting all... Continue reading

    Renewal of Community Infrastructure (roads, footpaths, community and sports facilities):

    Increase investment in roads, footpaths, cycle ways and drainage and high priority sports and community facilities:

    • Maximise road grant opportunities for road improvements, rehabilitation and black spot funding

    • Invest in road rehabilitation works to achieve a target of 80 per cent in good condition, with the remaining 20 per cent in a satisfactory condition to prevent roads slipping into poor condition and associated cost escalation

    • Program to construct all laneways to a minimum standard

    • Invest in footpath renewals targeting all slab footpaths (including Stirling Highway) to be replaced with concrete, brick paving or asphalt paths

    • Construct paths where there are gaps as part of a School Sports Facility Path Network

    • Improve bicycle paths

    • Invest in drainage upgrades focussing on minimising flooding, maximising stormwater infiltration at source and minimising pollutant discharge to the Swan River

    • Deliver an All Abilities Play Space facility at Beaton Park

    • Invest in parks infrastructure to replace aged irrigation in accordance with enviro-scape master plans

    • Invest in rebuilding the river wall to protect and retain the foreshore, including enhancements to pocket beaches and increased river wall protection

    • Program to replace and replenish play equipment, barbecues, seating and drinking fountains and other parks infrastructure

    • Increase and upgrade off-street parking

    • Replace city-wide bus shelters

    • Plan for rebuilds and refurbishment of high priority sporting and community facilities

    • Upgrade the condition of all City buildings to a required modern standard

    • Pursue funding (including grants and donations) for community and sporting facilities from non-Council sources

    • Taking a “whole-of-life cycle” approach to the management of assets

    • Develop cost effective management strategies, taking into account growth, risks, sustainable use of physical resources and continuous improvement in asset management practices

    • Provide a defined level of service and monitoring performance


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


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  • Underground Power:

    • Deliver underground power to the rest of the City of Nedlands properties

    • Advocate for government and/or community partnerships to facilitate placing power underground


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


    Underground Power:

    • Deliver underground power to the rest of the City of Nedlands properties

    • Advocate for government and/or community partnerships to facilitate placing power underground


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


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  • Encourage Sustainable Building:

    • Provide information on best practice sustainable building, and where required incorporate this information into land use and other regulatory controls

    • Apply Strategic Land Use Planning through application of the Local Planning Scheme 3


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


    Encourage Sustainable Building:

    • Provide information on best practice sustainable building, and where required incorporate this information into land use and other regulatory controls

    • Apply Strategic Land Use Planning through application of the Local Planning Scheme 3


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


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  • Retain Remnant Bushland and Cultural Heritage:

    • Revegetate remnant bushland areas

    • Develop greenway corridors

    • Undertake tree planting in public areas

    • Restore of coastal and estuarine areas

    • Maintain parks and other green spaces

    • Provide a mechanism for buildings and places of heritage significance to be protected

    • Allocate funds to enhance the City in the areas of art, heritage etc

    • Maintain City owned art works and heritage assets

    • Enforce existing heritage provisions in planning scheme


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    Retain Remnant Bushland and Cultural Heritage:

    • Revegetate remnant bushland areas

    • Develop greenway corridors

    • Undertake tree planting in public areas

    • Restore of coastal and estuarine areas

    • Maintain parks and other green spaces

    • Provide a mechanism for buildings and places of heritage significance to be protected

    • Allocate funds to enhance the City in the areas of art, heritage etc

    • Maintain City owned art works and heritage assets

    • Enforce existing heritage provisions in planning scheme


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


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  • Provide for Sport and Recreation:

    • Increase the level of service for parks, ovals and associated equipment

    • Provide a “one-stop-shop” for the City’s sporting clubs

    • Prioritise local sporting clubs in the booking of the City’s parks and reserves for sporting use

    • Make available facilities for lease to sports needing exclusive use of a facility (e.g. bowls, tennis, croquet etc)

    • Assist with grant applications to secure facility funding from State Government

    • Provide grant assistance from Council for priority facility development projects

    • Subsidise school pools for community use over the summer season

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    Provide for Sport and Recreation:

    • Increase the level of service for parks, ovals and associated equipment

    • Provide a “one-stop-shop” for the City’s sporting clubs

    • Prioritise local sporting clubs in the booking of the City’s parks and reserves for sporting use

    • Make available facilities for lease to sports needing exclusive use of a facility (e.g. bowls, tennis, croquet etc)

    • Assist with grant applications to secure facility funding from State Government

    • Provide grant assistance from Council for priority facility development projects

    • Subsidise school pools for community use over the summer season

    • Provide an annual operational grant to Swanbourne Nedlands Surf Life Saving Club

    • Enable participation in sport through Kidsport grants (funded by State Government)

    • Match volunteers to volunteer opportunities in sporting clubs

    • Formulate master plans for Strategic Recreation areas


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.


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  • Address Parking:

    • Undertake operational reviews of parking, traffic management, traffic and transport planning

    • Explore the acquisition of land to dedicate for parking in areas of high need

    • Continue to monitor traffic flows and plan for improvements to ensure an efficiently operating transport network

    • Advocate for improvements in public transport and bicycle routes

    • Monitor parking and plan improvements


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.

    Address Parking:

    • Undertake operational reviews of parking, traffic management, traffic and transport planning

    • Explore the acquisition of land to dedicate for parking in areas of high need

    • Continue to monitor traffic flows and plan for improvements to ensure an efficiently operating transport network

    • Advocate for improvements in public transport and bicycle routes

    • Monitor parking and plan improvements


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  • Working with Neighbouring Councils:

    • Continue to work with other councils for the benefit of the Nedlands community

    • Partnership with other councils to supply  services to allow the City to employ in-house specialist staff, resulting in better economies of scale

    • Develop boundary road agreements for project funding and standardised service levels

    • Remaining an active member of the Western Suburbs Regional Organisation of Councils (WESROC)

    • Investigate shared use of recycled water
    • Participating in the Native plant subsidy scheme


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    Working with Neighbouring Councils:

    • Continue to work with other councils for the benefit of the Nedlands community

    • Partnership with other councils to supply  services to allow the City to employ in-house specialist staff, resulting in better economies of scale

    • Develop boundary road agreements for project funding and standardised service levels

    • Remaining an active member of the Western Suburbs Regional Organisation of Councils (WESROC)

    • Investigate shared use of recycled water
    • Participating in the Native plant subsidy scheme


    Do you have any thoughts on this priority?  Please place your thoughts here.

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  • At the Community Drop-in Sessions on 2 and 4 September 2017, we asked participants to tell us about any priorities they thought were missing or required more emphasis.  This is what they said:

      • Actively build communities around sustainable behaviour change (e.g. Be Living Smart)

      • City of Nedlands to be a World Class Benchmark for ACTIVE Citizens

      • Promote and support the Community Gardens in Allen Park

      • Regular street cleaning

      • Establish Community Council's and work collaboratively.

      • Bus shelters at every bus stop - essential in 40-degree heat / driving rain!

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    At the Community Drop-in Sessions on 2 and 4 September 2017, we asked participants to tell us about any priorities they thought were missing or required more emphasis.  This is what they said:

      • Actively build communities around sustainable behaviour change (e.g. Be Living Smart)

      • City of Nedlands to be a World Class Benchmark for ACTIVE Citizens

      • Promote and support the Community Gardens in Allen Park

      • Regular street cleaning

      • Establish Community Council's and work collaboratively.

      • Bus shelters at every bus stop - essential in 40-degree heat / driving rain!

      • Take every opportunity to preserve / extend bushland areas, e.g.:  Extend "Banksia Farm" (CAMB) to cover Western Power site (unused) that lies between Mt Claremont Community Centre and Kurren Court.

      • Covenant on all trees - public and private property - Nandina / Zamia Street, Mt Claremont

      • Fix kerb on corner of Haldane & Adderley Street.

      • Use steam to kill weeds in public places - other Councils employ this method.

      • Provide a sealed laneway for Kennedia Lane.  Multiple houses have now been constructed and the laneway is now direct access to over 10 new properties, yet there is no sealed lane for the current residents.  Health issues with dust into houses and public liability with huge holes and no lighting.

      • Provide low cost housing for aged and disadvantaged people … Hollywood Village site??

      • Prune fig tree in Jones Park

      • Protect trees on Private & Public property. Place a value on trees.

      • Dog park at new park in Saint John's Wood Boulevard…bottom of new development Montgomery House

      • #28 Bus to travel Stubbs Terrace instead of Brockway Road - (dangerous - 2 schools there).

      • Investigate the width of Camilla Avenue (beside Graylands Hospital) after school hours (e.g. 3:20pm), as the #28 bus going to Perth can barely pass the traffic approaching Brockway Road.

      • Traffic control on John XXIII Avenue at school times due to congestion.

      • Sustainable population - restrict urban infill.

      • More dog exercise areas.

      • Future road pattern planning for future Graylands Hospital Residential Redevelopment to allow for wider roads.  Currently too narrow even for existing traffic.

      • Need for more ACROD Parking.

      • Better traffic control in Rochdale & Alfred Roads.

      • Facilitate training and support for Community Clubs - e.g. Coaching, Health & Safety, Facilities - Management. Reduce the number of chicane and road humps.

      • Street trees - deciduous - create avenues (shade in Summer, sun in Winter). Rochdale Road / Coastal.

      • Avoid planting inappropriate verge trees with heave debris causing safety issues for residents (slipping on nuts etc).

      • Nature Playground (Coastal)

      • Underground Power (Coastal)

      • Traffic quietening - Rochdale Road

      • Recognition for Community Club Volunteers.

      • Parking at Asquith Street shops

      • Secure weekend volunteers for sports clubs - set up / pack down / match officials / bar and kitchen.

      • Strategic plan to manage traffic flow at intersection of Montgomery Avenue and Stephenson Avenue.

      • Future traffic congestion at top of Montgomery Avenue as new development of 50 dwellings come on street.

      • Consider development of multi-age dwellings.

      • Program to support connection and community at a street level.

      • Add to priorities: provide for sport, recreation and arts & culture.

      • Progress walking and cycling trails, to link LEMNOS, MT CLAREMONT, BOLD PARK and SWANBOURNE BEACH and more.

      • CAT Bus System - Linking to train stations: various shopping hubs: City: Schools: Uni

      • Rain Water Drains - Collecting surplus rain off roads - stored in underground tanks. Used to make Nedlands truly GREEN environment.

      • General Maintenance - Paths, Roads, Parks … Create database (online) to log maintenance issues with tracking and reporting to Council and Ratepayers. Improve maintenance response times.

      • Sunset Hospital Site - Council to determine preferred cases with State Government / National Trust - Art Gallery, Function Centre, Tea Rooms, Small Bar, Arts / Culture.  Facility management by City of Nedlands.  Demolish non-heritage buildings and additions. Perimeter parkland.

      • Protection of significant trees and character homes :  The character of Nedlands is gradually disappearing with the levelling of many blocks to make way for new homes, often with removal of all trees no matter how large, and leaving huge concrete footprints.  Consider protection of trees of certain size / age.  Consider increasing heritage protection of homes.

      • (Light) rail to University :  Need to alternate transport along Winthrop / Thomas to hospitals / university which would decrease traffic / parking problems.

      • Reduction of bore use in private homes :  Protect our water table / aquifers.

      • Pt Resolution :  No new paths necessary.

      • Fenced Dog Parks :  1 per Ward required.

      • Duplex options in Waratah Avenue - for blocks between Robert Street & Alexander Road.

      • No more over height buildings - no new construction over 10m (3 storey) in Nedlands.

      • Protection of Character Homes - ensure the beauty of Nedlands is maintained.  People want to move here because of the beauty.  Doesn't seem to make sense to choose a beautiful area to live in, then go about building modern abodes.  Nothing wrong with modern abodes, but Perth has plenty of suburbs offering such possibilities.  Beauty of Nedlands are the trees and houses are rare in Perth metro area (6009).

      • Staying in Nedlands - allowing residents to stay in Nedlands through full choice of home & land options.  - Allow subdivision where direct access to each lot to street can be achieved (i.e. no battle axe blocks).  Why do we have to leave area when a large block becomes too much!

      • No subdivision that will increase traffic and heat load for others :  If subdivision allowed, there needs to be a tax on the developer which neutralises financial gain and gives the benefit back to the community that have to live with the higher density.

      • Bicycle paths through Dalkeith - Nedlands - UWA. (Help solve parking issues)

      • Water Over Use - Cease watering from bores 3 x week endless time on street verge AND the War Cemetery.  Encourage appropriate ground cover and tree plantings on all verge areas.

      • Playgrounds & Parks - More playgrounds between Stirling Highway and Monash Avenue (Hollywood Ward).  Houses are on small blocks, so backyards are too small.  Children need more open-space possibilities in the Ward.

      • Sub-Division - Why is this a dirty word?  OK till now, but saying NO in the future will continue the mono culture of large houses on large blocks.  No integrated development.  Why only development hubs? Why not the 400 plus corner lots throughout Nedlands / Dalkeith that could accommodate 2 homes (over time).  Please retain our beautiful suburbs.  Denser development does not have to sacrifice our lovely surrounds.  (Resident of 1012sqm lot on Mason Gardens).  YES - SUBDIVISION!!!

      • As above- Totally agree - if we as a group can't agree to move diversity, it WILL be forced upon us by the State Government.

      • Engage retrofitting of existing buildings and design of new buildings to reflect reduction of power requiring existing methods, i.e. to change to sustainable methods - wind, solar, use of rainwater collection - to meet greenhouse emissions targets.  This should include individual house / subdivision plans as well as public buildings!

      • Allowing higher density may mean our children can afford to get into the property ladder in the future.

      • Ensure that all public recreation areas in C.O.N are preserved as cores of future communities by collaborating with local communities and appropriate authorities to lock in fundamental elements - especially the land upon which they are located.

      • Coastal bushland areas - collaborate and consult with the local community to ensure that treasured, well-used and much loved "heritage" pathways are not lost to their "vested" interests. To do this, Council must clearly establish who owns what (i.e. Crown / State / Local Government) and act assertively to keep areas for the succeeding generations to enjoy.


    What do you think?  Is there anything here you would change or emphasise, or anything you would add?

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