As part of our 'Places and Spaces for a Thriving Future' we are kicking off a project to develop a 'masterplan' to guide the long-term future development of Russell Park.
We have kicked off a project to create a vision for the future development of Russell Park - Waipukurau's premier active reserve. We have run a survey for community feedback and would like to everyone who took the time to share thoughts and ideas on this space. Over the next few months we will continue to work with key stakeholders and the wider community to develop the Masterplan.
The project will result in an overarching masterplan to guide the long-term future development of this space.
The masterplan will guide our investment in the park and how we will develop new facilities and redevelop existing spaces and buildings within and immediately surrounding Russell Park.
Russell Park has developed over several decades. The masterplan will help us to plan development in an integrated, strategic way that meets the needs of all users in our community. This includes addressing:
The final masterplan will inform Council's Long-Term Plan 2024-2034, activity and asset management plans.
Below is a map of Russell Park which identifies the issues that have been raised through previous consultation, click the link to view in more detail.
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