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ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park & Booth Reserve Draft Masterplan

Consultation closed on 03 March 2019
Stage 2 

In November 2017 during Stage 1 of the community consultation, the City of Ryde asked for your input, views and thoughts on the current and future use of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve to see how the parks can be best used now and into the future.

We have used your feedback to create a draft Masterplan for ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve. 

Why is a masterplan needed?

Council delivers a wide range of sport and recreation services and natural areas through a network of regional, district, neighbourhood and local open spaces, parklands, sportsgrounds and 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 parks and facilities need to be reviewed and updated to meet the community's needs.

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Latest Updates

Council Resolution 28 May 2019

Published on 4 June 2019

At its meeting Tuesday 28 May 2019, Council resolved: 

(a) That Council endorses the ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve Masterplan and associated Masterplan Report.

(b) That Council amends the draft Four Year Delivery plan (2019 – 2023) to add $170,000 for the detailed design of the upper amenities building at ELS Hall Park in 2019/20.

(c) That Council writes to all members of the public that made a submission on the project notifying them of this resolution and thanking them for their participation in the project.

(d) That Council staff write to the relevant agencies of the NSW Government to determine the feasibility of incorporating the land immediately adjacent to ELS Hall Park and Booth Reserve into the park for community use.

  • Click here to view a copy of the final Masterplan
  • Click here to view a copy of the Masterplan Report
  • Click here to view the Minutes from the Council Meeting

Works and Community Committee Meeting - Tuesday 14 May 2019

Published on 9 May 2019

The Masterplan for ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve has been updated following Stage 2 Community Consultation. The Masterplan will be considered for adoption by Council at the Works and Community Committee Meeting on Tuesday 14 May 2019. Click here to see the agenda for this meeting.

Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 4 March 2019

Have Your Say on the draft Masterplan of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve is now closed.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 13 February 2019

Have Your Say on the draft Masterplan of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park and Booth Reserve is open until Sunday 3 March 2019.

Have Your Say

You can have your say on the draft Masterplan in a number of ways including online or at one of the community events. The face-to-face events will be a great chance to view the concept design, provide your feedback and ask any question you may have. 

Provide Feedback via the Interactive Map
Use the interactive map here to tell us what your favourite features of the draft Masterplan are, and any changes you would like to see. If you are unable to fill in this map, please contact Council's Customer Service team on 9952 8222 who will assist you over the phone. Submissions will be received up until Sunday 3 March 2019.

Community Drop-in Sessions 
Date    Thursday 21 February 2019
Time    Anytime between 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Where  ELS Hall Park, near the playground
and
Date    Saturday 23 February 2019
Time    Anytime between 10.00am - 12.00noon
Where  ELS Hall Park, near the playground

Past Have Your Say

Click here for more information about Stage 1 of the community consultation for the future use of ELS Hall Park, Greenwood Park & Booth Reserve. 

Timeline

View the Draft Masterplan

Complete the Interactive Map

Contact Us

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

Last updated on 4 March 2019