City Heart Consultation


Project Overview

Have your say on council's long term, large-scale urban renewal project.

The goal of the City Heart project is to establish a sense of place for the City, expand and diversify the economy, as well as create a vibrant liveable city centre. The City Heart project will encompass the broad renewal of the CBD and surrounding areas of Kangaroo Bay and Bellerive.

The project will also include an Urban Design Framework to guide development within the wider CBD area and re-development of the Council Chambers and offices.

To initiate this project, Council is seeking input from the community on the development of a concept(s) plan for the land that comprises the Rosny Golf Course, Charles Hand Park, Rosny Farm and Sheoak Point.


Background

Clarence is unique within the Greater Hobart Area, providing a gateway to the south east - from the Hobart International Airport into the City of Hobart. The Bellerive, Kangaroo Bay and Rosny Park areas have the potential to become a city centre which will deliver major improvements to Clarence’s liveability and capacity to attract further population, cultural activity, and consequent economic activity and investment.

The City Heart project will be reflective of broad community values by:

  • Ensuring our natural environment plays a leading role;
  • Conserving and celebrating our cultural heritage;
  • Providing a mix of developments that stimulate cultural, education and commerce activities, while being conscious to avoid overdeveloping the land;
  • Designing facilities, walkable streets and bicycle networks that connect people to public spaces and activities; and
  • Developing high quality transport systems and ensuring that transport plays an appropriate role within the CBD.

Rosny Park is currently Clarence’s principal business district and provides a mix of retail, health and wellbeing services, education, and commerce. However, there are many more factors that contribute to making Clarence a liveable and vibrant city.

The City Heart project aims to create new community value through establishment of a thoughtfully built environment that enhances the green/natural spaces and provides a means of further engaging the community in the development of our social and economic capital.

This concept is informed by the:

Please note the City Heart Concept – Conversation initiator 2020 was produced by an independent contractor, and was intended for the purpose of starting a conversation. This concept is not endorsed or preferred by council.



Have Your Say

Have your say by:

  • Sharing your ideas for the land that comprises the Rosny Golf Course, Charles Hand Park, Rosny Farm and Sheoak Point, uploading images, making comments, and voting on other participants’ suggestions; or

  • Marking on our map where you would like your ideas to be located.



Project Overview

Have your say on council's long term, large-scale urban renewal project.

The goal of the City Heart project is to establish a sense of place for the City, expand and diversify the economy, as well as create a vibrant liveable city centre. The City Heart project will encompass the broad renewal of the CBD and surrounding areas of Kangaroo Bay and Bellerive.

The project will also include an Urban Design Framework to guide development within the wider CBD area and re-development of the Council Chambers and offices.

To initiate this project, Council is seeking input from the community on the development of a concept(s) plan for the land that comprises the Rosny Golf Course, Charles Hand Park, Rosny Farm and Sheoak Point.


Background

Clarence is unique within the Greater Hobart Area, providing a gateway to the south east - from the Hobart International Airport into the City of Hobart. The Bellerive, Kangaroo Bay and Rosny Park areas have the potential to become a city centre which will deliver major improvements to Clarence’s liveability and capacity to attract further population, cultural activity, and consequent economic activity and investment.

The City Heart project will be reflective of broad community values by:

  • Ensuring our natural environment plays a leading role;
  • Conserving and celebrating our cultural heritage;
  • Providing a mix of developments that stimulate cultural, education and commerce activities, while being conscious to avoid overdeveloping the land;
  • Designing facilities, walkable streets and bicycle networks that connect people to public spaces and activities; and
  • Developing high quality transport systems and ensuring that transport plays an appropriate role within the CBD.

Rosny Park is currently Clarence’s principal business district and provides a mix of retail, health and wellbeing services, education, and commerce. However, there are many more factors that contribute to making Clarence a liveable and vibrant city.

The City Heart project aims to create new community value through establishment of a thoughtfully built environment that enhances the green/natural spaces and provides a means of further engaging the community in the development of our social and economic capital.

This concept is informed by the:

Please note the City Heart Concept – Conversation initiator 2020 was produced by an independent contractor, and was intended for the purpose of starting a conversation. This concept is not endorsed or preferred by council.



Have Your Say

Have your say by:

  • Sharing your ideas for the land that comprises the Rosny Golf Course, Charles Hand Park, Rosny Farm and Sheoak Point, uploading images, making comments, and voting on other participants’ suggestions; or

  • Marking on our map where you would like your ideas to be located.