Park Upgrade works will be complete.
Some components of Art Project will continue after this date
08 November 2014
Community Meeting - Initial Project Commencement
Meeting held at Winmalee Guide Hall on Saturday 8 November 2014 for wider community. Background to project & funding explained; Meeting participants did think tank on ideas for park; Consultation methods discussed; Steering group formed.
27 November 2014
First Steering Group Meeting
First meeting of Steering Group held at Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre. Steering Group Terms of Reference discussed. Needs of Park discussed. Discussion on Focussed Consultation including who and how. Survey to be organised for local community on park requirements. Presentation made on childrens needs.
01 December → 21 December 2014
Information obtained from local Schools
08 December → 21 December 2014
Community Survey on Park
23 December 2014
Second Steering Group Meeting
December 2014 → January 2015
Draft design prepared for social space
12 February 2015
Third Steering Group meeting
Review draft plans prior to public exhibtion
March → April 2015
Draft Plan modified and further developed
Initial draft layout plan developed into a Draft Plan for placement on Public Exhibition.
April → May 2015
Steering Group review Draft Plan prior to exhibition
11 May → 31 May 2015
Public Exhibition of Draft Plans for Park
Draft Plan on exhibition for review and comment
24 May 2015
Public Information Session
Sunday 10-am - 1pm . Information session held at Yellow Rock Park.
Drop in to review Draft Plan and provide feedback.
04 June 2015
Fourth Steering Group meeting
Discuss how to respond to feedback that arises from consultation phase.
Revise Draft Plan for Yellow Rock Reserve
Incorporate direction as provided.
Consider what further consultation is necessary.
Plan community engagement in construction phase.
June → November 2015
Construction Phase for Project
Construction of works for community space project in Yellow Rock Reserve
November → December 2015
To celebrate the process and establish the community space as a community hub.