Single Hill Bushland Reserve Activity Plan


Project Overview

We are developing a Single Hill Bushland Reserve Activity Plan 2020-2030, which seeks to build a shared responsibility among the community and landowners to support the management of priority cultural, social and natural values.


Background

The areas of interest include:

  • Single Hill Bushland Reserve (approximately 57 hectares) located at 15 Eleanor Court. The reserve was recently handed to council as part of stage 4 of the Single Hill Development Plan.
  • Track corridors on the western side to Cahill Place, and northern side linking via Acton Creek riparian area of Seven Mile Beach Road.
  • Nowra Bushland Reserve (approximately 16 hectares), and track corridors linking the Nowra Road and Kirra Road.

A map is included in the document library.

The broad objectives of the reserve activity planning process are to:

  • Ensure the reserve is sustainably managed to preserve and enhance its natural, cultural and social values.
  • Identify priority management activities to be undertaken with the reserve by council and/or volunteer groups as resources become available.
  • Encourage community input and feedback by raising awareness of the reserve’s values and encourage participation in activities to minimise threats to these values.

Have Your Say

In the first stage of this consultation, we are seeking community feedback to help develop a draft plan. This key stage will include a short online survey and a Walk and Talk session. Community feedback received will then be tabled in the draft plan.

For more information, contact the consultant from Enviro-dynamics, Andrew Welling, on 0400 151 205 or andy.welling@enviro-dynamics.com.au or Clarence City Council project manager Phil Watson at pwatson@ccc.tas.gov.au.

Walk and Talk

The Walk and Talk session is scheduled for Sunday, 26 July to discuss issues of interest and concern with the consultant and council representatives.

Interested community members should meet in the carpark at the west end of Seven Mile Beach Esplanade at 2.30pm.


Project Overview

We are developing a Single Hill Bushland Reserve Activity Plan 2020-2030, which seeks to build a shared responsibility among the community and landowners to support the management of priority cultural, social and natural values.


Background

The areas of interest include:

  • Single Hill Bushland Reserve (approximately 57 hectares) located at 15 Eleanor Court. The reserve was recently handed to council as part of stage 4 of the Single Hill Development Plan.
  • Track corridors on the western side to Cahill Place, and northern side linking via Acton Creek riparian area of Seven Mile Beach Road.
  • Nowra Bushland Reserve (approximately 16 hectares), and track corridors linking the Nowra Road and Kirra Road.

A map is included in the document library.

The broad objectives of the reserve activity planning process are to:

  • Ensure the reserve is sustainably managed to preserve and enhance its natural, cultural and social values.
  • Identify priority management activities to be undertaken with the reserve by council and/or volunteer groups as resources become available.
  • Encourage community input and feedback by raising awareness of the reserve’s values and encourage participation in activities to minimise threats to these values.

Have Your Say

In the first stage of this consultation, we are seeking community feedback to help develop a draft plan. This key stage will include a short online survey and a Walk and Talk session. Community feedback received will then be tabled in the draft plan.

For more information, contact the consultant from Enviro-dynamics, Andrew Welling, on 0400 151 205 or andy.welling@enviro-dynamics.com.au or Clarence City Council project manager Phil Watson at pwatson@ccc.tas.gov.au.

Walk and Talk

The Walk and Talk session is scheduled for Sunday, 26 July to discuss issues of interest and concern with the consultant and council representatives.

Interested community members should meet in the carpark at the west end of Seven Mile Beach Esplanade at 2.30pm.