Open Space Strategy

The City of Port Lincoln in collaboration with URPS Consultants, has developed a Draft Open Space Strategy and invited the community to make comment on the Draft Strategy between Thursday 16 August 2018 to 5pm on Friday 7 September 2018. 

The Draft Strategy defines Council's future management and improvements of public open space across the City.  

Open space plays an important role in meeting the environmental and social needs of the community and provides opportunities for conservation, public health, improved amenity, water management, transport and access linkages and supports the visitor economy.   

Have Your Say

Comment on the Draft Strategy closed at 5pm on Friday 7 September 2018.  

Click here to view the Draft Open Space Strategy

If you have any questions regarding the Draft Open Space Strategy please contact the Council office on 8621 2300 or email plcc@plcc.sa.gov.au.

Next Steps

A report on the 15 submissions was presented to the Council meeting held on Monday 15 October 2018.

Summary of Consultation Submissions

A finalised Open Space Strategy incorporating stakeholder feedback will be presented for endorsement to the newly elected Council and reflected in subsequent revised Strategic Directions Plan, Long Term Financial Plan and Annual Business Plans. 

What has happened

The community were invited to make a submission on the Open Space Strategy Discussion Paper from 3 November 2016 to 5 December 2016 to help develop the plan for our future open space to meet the needs of the community, ratepayers and visitors. 

The community also had the opportunity to speak with consultants from Urban & Regional Planning Solutions to ask questions, make comment and find out more about the Open Space Strategy Discussion Paper on Thursday 24 November at the Nautilus Arts Centre Foyer and Friday 25 November 2016 at the Train Playground on New West Road as part of the official opening of the Heritage Trail.