Draft Princess Park plan released

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HAVE YOUR SAY… Greater Shepparton City Council has released a Draft Princess Park Future Directions Plan and the Landscape Masterplan for the redevelopment of Princess Park facilities. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
HAVE YOUR SAY… Greater Shepparton City Council has released a Draft Princess Park Future Directions Plan and the Landscape Masterplan for the redevelopment of Princess Park facilities. Photo: Katelyn Morse.

THE Draft Princess Park Future Directions Plan and the Landscape Masterplan has been released for public exhibition and is open for comment for 28 days, concluding on November 14.

The Draft Princess Park Future Directions Plan and Landscape Masterplan have been developed to provide a vision for the area and its facilities which supports and guides decisions on the future use, development, management and maintenance of the area.

Consultation has taken place with key stakeholders in developing the Draft Future Directions Plan and Landscape Masterplan. The stakeholders consulted have included the Princess Park user groups, council officers, Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority and peak sporting associations.

Greater Shepparton City Council Director Infrastructure, Phil Hoare said, “The draft plan is now being provided to the broader community for review and feedback. Council encourages residents to review the draft documents and provide feedback. Those who wish to do so can find the survey on council’s website and hard copies are available on display at council’s Welsford Street office. Feedback is welcomed.”

To obtain a copy of the Draft Princess Park Future Directions Plan and Princess Park Landscape Masterplan, visit www.greatershepparton.com.au. For more information, contact team leader sports development and strategic planning on 5832 9700.