What is happening at Wentworth Falls Lake Park?
Wentworth Falls Lake Park will be the next recipient of an upgrade, thanks to the Western Sydney City Deal Liveability Program. Through the Western Sydney City Deal, we have over $1.7 million to spend on upgrades to the Wentworth Falls Lake Park.
We are also starting work on a Plan of Management for the park, and the City Deal works will form part of the Wentworth Falls Lake Park Plan of Management.
What’s involved in the City Deal upgrade?
What is a Plan of Management?
A Plan of Management is a legal document developed to guide how a park or reserve will be managed. It establishes directions for planning, permissible uses management and maintenance of the land.
The Local Government Act 1993 requires Council to have a Plan of Management in place for all public land that is classified ‘community land’, and these plans must be endorsed by.
What is a Masterplan?
Will there be an improvement to the playground?
Yes, while works on the playgrounds are not included in the City Deal Liveability grant, additional funding has now been found through the ‘Everyone Can Play’ grant to replace the old equipment near the new toilets. The pirate ship playground is still in good condition so we will leave as it is but we would like to know what type of replacement playground you would feel would be best at Wentworth Falls Lake.
What is a ‘district park’?
Is Council planning to drastically change Wentworth Falls Lake Park?
Why is money being spent on the dam wall?
Will there be more parking?
What is a multi-purpose shelter?
Are the proposals for the City Deal upgrade final?
What other upgrades are happening around Wentworth Falls?
A component of the City Deal Liveability grant funding is to improve sections of the footpath leading up to Wentworth Falls Lake and we will let you know when we get started on that.