Anderson Park Plan of Management/Masterplan

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UPDATE MARCH 2020


The Anderson Park Plan of Management 2019 (POM) provides an overall framework for the management of this significant park and identifies strategies for improvement.


Stage 1 of the implementation focuses on the south-eastern area of the park located along the foreshore of Neutral Bay and intersected by a pedestrian access link between Kurraba Road and Clark Road. Landscape Plan of the proposed upgrade is attached to this email.

In line with the objectives identified in 2019 Anderson Park POM, Stage 1 proposal aims to address the following recommendations:

Foreshore path upgrade – upgrade of east to west access path surface and edging.

Memorial – improvement of accessibility through an elimination of raised paving area, installation of low planting at the base of the memorial fence and seating, repair to the heritage fence.

Park furniture – upgrade park furniture to a coordinated suite of elements in accordance with Council’s Public Domain Style Manual and Design Code 2018. Refine locations and placement to be most effective and to serve park use. Minimise visual clutter through relocation of a bubbler, a light pole and seats.

Lawn – reduction to the existing slope gradient of the foreshore grassed space adjoining seawall to increase the usability.

BACKGROUND

A combined Plan of Management/Masterplan has been developed for Anderson Park to:

  • establish an overall vision for the Park; and
  • set out how the park will be used and managed for the next 5-10 years

A report entitled: Anderson Park and Tunks Park Masterplan/Plan of Management - Progress Update was unanimously adopted on 27 August 2018. The report recommended that public exhibition of the draft Masterplan/Plan of Management for Anderson Park take place to give the community and other stakeholders a further opportunity to provide feedback on a more fully-realised vision for the Park.

The draft Plan of Management/Masterplan for Anderson Park was on public exhibition for a 6-week period to receive feedback from the community and other stakeholders. Public exhibition concluded on 24 October 2018.

Council’s Project Team reviewed all submissions and prepared a final report to Council, outlining the community’s responses to the draft Masterplan/Plan of Management, and the changes needed to finalise the document.

Council at its meeting held 10 December 2018 resolved:

1. THAT Council formally adopts the draft Plan of Management/Masterplan for Anderson Park.

View the report in the in the document library.

Following adoption by Council, the Consultants amended the draft Masterplan/Plan of Management to produce a Final Masterplan/Plan of Management for Tunks Park. This final Masterplan/Plan of Management is available by on this website under important links or on Council's website in the ‘Plans of Management’ area.

For more information regarding the Plan of Management/Masterplan contact Alicja Batorowicz, Landscape Planner/Architect on 9936 8100.

UPDATE MARCH 2020


The Anderson Park Plan of Management 2019 (POM) provides an overall framework for the management of this significant park and identifies strategies for improvement.


Stage 1 of the implementation focuses on the south-eastern area of the park located along the foreshore of Neutral Bay and intersected by a pedestrian access link between Kurraba Road and Clark Road. Landscape Plan of the proposed upgrade is attached to this email.

In line with the objectives identified in 2019 Anderson Park POM, Stage 1 proposal aims to address the following recommendations:

Foreshore path upgrade – upgrade of east to west access path surface and edging.

Memorial – improvement of accessibility through an elimination of raised paving area, installation of low planting at the base of the memorial fence and seating, repair to the heritage fence.

Park furniture – upgrade park furniture to a coordinated suite of elements in accordance with Council’s Public Domain Style Manual and Design Code 2018. Refine locations and placement to be most effective and to serve park use. Minimise visual clutter through relocation of a bubbler, a light pole and seats.

Lawn – reduction to the existing slope gradient of the foreshore grassed space adjoining seawall to increase the usability.

BACKGROUND

A combined Plan of Management/Masterplan has been developed for Anderson Park to:

  • establish an overall vision for the Park; and
  • set out how the park will be used and managed for the next 5-10 years

A report entitled: Anderson Park and Tunks Park Masterplan/Plan of Management - Progress Update was unanimously adopted on 27 August 2018. The report recommended that public exhibition of the draft Masterplan/Plan of Management for Anderson Park take place to give the community and other stakeholders a further opportunity to provide feedback on a more fully-realised vision for the Park.

The draft Plan of Management/Masterplan for Anderson Park was on public exhibition for a 6-week period to receive feedback from the community and other stakeholders. Public exhibition concluded on 24 October 2018.

Council’s Project Team reviewed all submissions and prepared a final report to Council, outlining the community’s responses to the draft Masterplan/Plan of Management, and the changes needed to finalise the document.

Council at its meeting held 10 December 2018 resolved:

1. THAT Council formally adopts the draft Plan of Management/Masterplan for Anderson Park.

View the report in the in the document library.

Following adoption by Council, the Consultants amended the draft Masterplan/Plan of Management to produce a Final Masterplan/Plan of Management for Tunks Park. This final Masterplan/Plan of Management is available by on this website under important links or on Council's website in the ‘Plans of Management’ area.

For more information regarding the Plan of Management/Masterplan contact Alicja Batorowicz, Landscape Planner/Architect on 9936 8100.

Draft Anderson Park Masterplan/Plan of Management

Consultation has concluded