Balancing uses at Arlington Reserve

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Image courtesy of Nick Hyde, Dulwich Hill FC

We are renewing the Arlington Reserve Operational Plan and want to understand issues faced by local residents and sporting users as we develop a new plan for 2020.

Background

Arlington Reserve is a well used and loved green space and oval in Dulwich Hill. It is a part of the Dulwich Hill Parks Plan of Management, exhibited late last year, which is made up of Arlington Reserve, Hoskins Park, Laxton Reserve and Johnson Park.

To balance the use of the reserve by sporting groups and locals along with the amenity of surrounding residents, Arlington Reserve has an Operational Plan.

An Operational Plan is a practical plan which covers hours of use and allocation, compliance with traffic and car parking restrictions, minimisation of traffic generation, public access, hirer’s community liaison contact, noise, code of conduct and litter. The plan also includes a declaration section where users must sign to confirm their agreement with the terms.

Read the previous Arlington Reserve Operational Plan here.


Have your say

To renew this plan, we need to understand the issues you experience associated with the use of the space.

Tell us what you know including suggestions for management in partnership with our users by filling out the feedback form.

Last day to provide feedback is Sunday 8 March 2020.


What happens next?

The project team will review all comments from the community and key stakeholders and develop the Arlington Reserve Operational Plan which will be exhibited later in the year before going to the elected Council for adoption.

Stay up to date with the project and all our Your Say Inner West projects by signing up for our monthly newsletter.





Image courtesy of Nick Hyde, Dulwich Hill FC

We are renewing the Arlington Reserve Operational Plan and want to understand issues faced by local residents and sporting users as we develop a new plan for 2020.

Background

Arlington Reserve is a well used and loved green space and oval in Dulwich Hill. It is a part of the Dulwich Hill Parks Plan of Management, exhibited late last year, which is made up of Arlington Reserve, Hoskins Park, Laxton Reserve and Johnson Park.

To balance the use of the reserve by sporting groups and locals along with the amenity of surrounding residents, Arlington Reserve has an Operational Plan.

An Operational Plan is a practical plan which covers hours of use and allocation, compliance with traffic and car parking restrictions, minimisation of traffic generation, public access, hirer’s community liaison contact, noise, code of conduct and litter. The plan also includes a declaration section where users must sign to confirm their agreement with the terms.

Read the previous Arlington Reserve Operational Plan here.


Have your say

To renew this plan, we need to understand the issues you experience associated with the use of the space.

Tell us what you know including suggestions for management in partnership with our users by filling out the feedback form.

Last day to provide feedback is Sunday 8 March 2020.


What happens next?

The project team will review all comments from the community and key stakeholders and develop the Arlington Reserve Operational Plan which will be exhibited later in the year before going to the elected Council for adoption.

Stay up to date with the project and all our Your Say Inner West projects by signing up for our monthly newsletter.