Tempe Reserve Plan of Management

We are developing Tempe Reserve's 10-year Plan of Management and Master Plan and want to know how you use the park and how you would like to use it.

Area covered by the plans. Click on image to view in more detail.


Overview

In 2018 the State Government amended the Crown Lands Act. As a result, we need to update and adopt Plans of Management for all Crown Lands public open space. In November 2018, Council adopted an Inner West Open Space Areas Plan of Management Priorities list.

Plan of Management

Council is preparing a Plan of Management (POM) and Master Plan for Tempe Reserve. The POM is a guiding document which directs the future planning, management and use of the park. The POM is accompanied by the Master Plan which outlines the vision and actions required for improvement over the next 10 years.

Tempe Reserve is a well used multi purpose park with several facilities used by organised groups and the community. We want to know how you currently use the park and how you would like to use it. The feedback we receive will be incorporated into the POM which will go on Public Exhibition later in 2019.

Synthetic Turf

Three synthetic sporting fields are planned to be installed in Tempe Reserve in Summer 2020/21. Synthetic turf sporting fields will allow our local sporting groups to use the field for more of the year, increasing sporting participation. Please refer to the Tempe Reserve map for the location of the synthetic sporting fields.


Have your say

Tell us how you use Tempe Reserve and how you would like to use it

The last day to provide feedback was Friday 19 July 2019

Drop in sessions

Drop into an onsite section in Tempe Reserve on the lawn outside the canteen/public toilets.

  • Saturday 29 June 2019, 10am - 12noon
  • Saturday 6 July 2019, 2 - 4pm


What happens next?

Your feedback and input from other stakeholders will be used along with research and expert advice in the development of the draft Plan of Management and Master Plan. The plans will go on Public Exhibition in September/October 2019.


We are developing Tempe Reserve's 10-year Plan of Management and Master Plan and want to know how you use the park and how you would like to use it.

Area covered by the plans. Click on image to view in more detail.


Overview

In 2018 the State Government amended the Crown Lands Act. As a result, we need to update and adopt Plans of Management for all Crown Lands public open space. In November 2018, Council adopted an Inner West Open Space Areas Plan of Management Priorities list.

Plan of Management

Council is preparing a Plan of Management (POM) and Master Plan for Tempe Reserve. The POM is a guiding document which directs the future planning, management and use of the park. The POM is accompanied by the Master Plan which outlines the vision and actions required for improvement over the next 10 years.

Tempe Reserve is a well used multi purpose park with several facilities used by organised groups and the community. We want to know how you currently use the park and how you would like to use it. The feedback we receive will be incorporated into the POM which will go on Public Exhibition later in 2019.

Synthetic Turf

Three synthetic sporting fields are planned to be installed in Tempe Reserve in Summer 2020/21. Synthetic turf sporting fields will allow our local sporting groups to use the field for more of the year, increasing sporting participation. Please refer to the Tempe Reserve map for the location of the synthetic sporting fields.


Have your say

Tell us how you use Tempe Reserve and how you would like to use it

The last day to provide feedback was Friday 19 July 2019

Drop in sessions

Drop into an onsite section in Tempe Reserve on the lawn outside the canteen/public toilets.

  • Saturday 29 June 2019, 10am - 12noon
  • Saturday 6 July 2019, 2 - 4pm


What happens next?

Your feedback and input from other stakeholders will be used along with research and expert advice in the development of the draft Plan of Management and Master Plan. The plans will go on Public Exhibition in September/October 2019.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you are making a submission on behalf of an organisation, please include your response in detail below. Alternatively if you have a prepared document, please upload it.

    If you are making a submission on behalf of an organisation, please include your response in detail below. Alternatively if you have a prepared document, please upload it.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please tell us about what you love about Tempe Reserve and what you would like to see in the future. Be as detailed as possible in your answers. 

    Please tell us about what you love about Tempe Reserve and what you would like to see in the future. Be as detailed as possible in your answers. 

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