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The Future of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park & Booth Reserve

Consultation closed on 10 December 2017

City of Ryde is seeking your input to create a new masterplan for ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve to see how we can best use the parks now and into the future.

The parks currently include three sportsfields, an indoor sports hall, playgrounds, fenced dog off leash area, walking and bike paths, clubrooms, a carpark, bushland areas and Shrimptons Creek. 

Why is a masterplan needed?

Council delivers a wide range of sport and recreation services through a network of regional, district, neighbourhood and local open space, parklands, sportsgrounds and indoor and outdoor facilities.

While the network has served the community well for many years, Council recognises that within the context of a rapidly growing and changing area, the roles and functions of our facilities need to be reviewed and updated to meet the community's needs. 

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Latest Updates

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 15 November 2017

Have Your Say on the future of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve is open until 10 December 2017.

Have Your Say

You can have your say on the current and future use of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve in several ways including online or at one of our community events.

Online Survey
Complete our online survey here. The survey will be open from Wednesday 15 November to Sunday 10 December 2017. If you are unable to fill in this survey online or don’t have access, please contact us on 1300 103 446 to send you a paper copy of the survey. Survey responses will be received up until 11.59pm on Sunday 10 December 2017.

Drop-in Sessions
Come along and talk to the project team, ask any questions you may have and provide your comments on the future of the parks.

Weeknight Drop-in Session
Date:      Wednesday 29 November 2017
Time:      Anytime between 5.00pm - 7.00pm
Where:   ELS Hall Park, near the playground, Kent Street, Ryde

Weekend Drop-in Session
Date:      Saturday 2 December 2017
Time:      Anytime between 9.00am - 11.00am
Where:   ELS Hall Park, near the playground, Kent Street, Ryde

Next Steps
All the feedback received will be used as input into the draft masterplan for the future of the site. The draft plan will be available on public exhibition in early 2018 for your review and comment. 

Timeline

ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park & Booth Reserve - Drop-in Sessions 29 November 2017 to 2 December 2017

Complete the survey

Contact us

If you require more information about the future of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood park and Booth Reserve please call the project team on 1300 103 446.

Last updated on 20 November 2017