Belstead Reserve

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Consultation has concluded

Belstead Reserve is a Local park located on Belstead Avenue in Noranda. The City plans to redevelop this park, including replacing the play equipment, as it is at the end of its useful life. This park redevelopment is part of the City's Local Economic and Social Stimulus Package, developed to fast track major projects and generate local employment to assist recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The aim of the park redevelopment is to improve the overall amenity of the park, by utilising the natural shade, installing new nature play equipment and park furniture, and facilitating passive use by all residents and park users.

An indicative concept plan has been developed by a landscape architect, guided by the City's Parks and Play Space Classification Hierarchy. Both the concept plan and the classification hierarchy are available to view.

How can I get involved?

Thank you for your feedback on the concept plan. The engagement period has now closed.

What's next?

The City has considered all feedback, made adjustments to the concept plan and finalised the play equipment design, which can be viewed in the photo gallery to the right of the page.

The park will need to be fenced off while works are being completed. We will aim to minimise the inconvenience to residents as much as possible, and hope to deliver a redeveloped Belstead Reserve by September/October this year.

Belstead Reserve is a Local park located on Belstead Avenue in Noranda. The City plans to redevelop this park, including replacing the play equipment, as it is at the end of its useful life. This park redevelopment is part of the City's Local Economic and Social Stimulus Package, developed to fast track major projects and generate local employment to assist recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The aim of the park redevelopment is to improve the overall amenity of the park, by utilising the natural shade, installing new nature play equipment and park furniture, and facilitating passive use by all residents and park users.

An indicative concept plan has been developed by a landscape architect, guided by the City's Parks and Play Space Classification Hierarchy. Both the concept plan and the classification hierarchy are available to view.

How can I get involved?

Thank you for your feedback on the concept plan. The engagement period has now closed.

What's next?

The City has considered all feedback, made adjustments to the concept plan and finalised the play equipment design, which can be viewed in the photo gallery to the right of the page.

The park will need to be fenced off while works are being completed. We will aim to minimise the inconvenience to residents as much as possible, and hope to deliver a redeveloped Belstead Reserve by September/October this year.