Brierly Master Plan
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Brierly Recreation Reserve is a 12 hectare park in the north east of the city.
Council developed a master plan for the Brierly Recreation Reserve to guide improvements to the park and its infrastructure over the next decade. The master plan was adopted by Council in September 2012 and is available for download from this page.
A recommendation of the Master Plan was for Council to support the creation of a residents and users group - "Friends of Brierly Reserve". This group has now been established and will meet approximately 4-5 times per year. The group will provide feedback to Council on the Master Plan implementation and Community Hub Feasibility project.
BRIERLY COMMUNITY HUB FEASIBILITY STUDY
The Master Plan identified the opportunity for Brierly to accommodate a multi-purpose community building on the site – to meet the needs of existing and future recreation users, and other community needs in this part of the city. A feasibility study to investigate the viability of this option is underway. For more information a brochure and discussion paper is available to download from this page.
A survey to receive feedback from the community on the possible options for a community hub has now closed. 82 residents completed the survey. Results of the survey will be presented to Council in August and will be available on this page at that time.
Should you wish to receive updates about this project and others relating to Brierly Recreation Reserve please email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be placed on the Brierly Hub email list.
For more information contact Community Planning phone 5559 4959.