Draft Tranmere Coastal Reserve Activity Plan 2018-2022 Consultation

Following key stakeholder consultation, Council has released the Draft Tranmere Coastal Reserve Activity Plan 2018-2022 for community consultation.

The plan seeks to build a shared responsibility among the community and landowners to support the management of priority cultural, social and natural values.

Key recommendations highlighted in the draft plan include:

  • Construct track from Pindos Park to Starboard Road;
  • Investigate a track corridor linking Starboard Road up to the sky line;
  • Upgrade narrow sections of existing Tranmere coastal track;
  • Install directional signage to show links to and between coastal reserves;
  • Consider naming entrances after Tranmere personalities;
  • Install accessible water points, dog litter bins and attractive seating;
  • Continue weed control and revegetation whilst recognising view lines;
  • Identify locations for ‘art in the landscape’ installation and
  • Actively support the TACPLACI Landcare Group Inc.

 

Documents

Draft Tranmere Coastal Reserve Activity Plan 2018-2022(14920 kb)

Tranmere Coastal Reserve Report Card(6060 kb)

 

Council encourages the community to comment on the draft plan which may be submitted by:

  • Post: Phil Watson, Clarence City Council, PO Box 96, Rosny Park, Tasmania, 7018
  • Email: pwatson@ccc.tas.gov.au
  • Completing the online form below.

Closing date for comments is Monday 22 January 2018.

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