Working with our community, who are the users of the Reserve, is integral to help us transform the space into an iconic, community driven destination.
We see community engagement as a key tool to help us develop a well-researched and robust Land Management Plan that addresses the needs of both the community and stakeholders and ensures the Reserve meets existing and future needs.
Your feedback and ideas will help guide us and provide input into how the Reserve looks and is utilised in the future.
On Wednesday, 29 July we hosted a Community Webinar where we discussed the draft Land Management Plan and answered questions from the community.
- View and download the Presentation Slides
- View the Frequently Asked Questions
- You can also view the entire broadcast in our Facebook Group, Friends of Caulfield Racecourse Reserve
DRAFT LAND MANAGEMENT PLAN COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
Consultation on the draft Land Management Plan (LMP) has now closed.
The submissions and feedback that we have received are now being reviewed and considered in drafting the final Land Management Plan. We are also reviewing all Expressions of Interest that we have received from a diverse range of organisations and groups.
Once the plan is approved by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, it will be publicly released, and will detail projects and initiatives that will be delivered within the next fifteen years with adequate funding. The Trust is also committed to achieving quick wins which will improve access, movement and activate the Reserve more immediately in the short term.
Previous Community Consultations and Engagement Activities
- Draft Land Management Plan – July/August 2020
- Issues and Opportunities Paper – October / November 2019
- Issues and Opportunities Community Workshop – August 2019
- Community Feedback Survey – July 2019
- Community Information Sessions – December 2018, May 2019, November 2019, April 2020 (via video)
- Project Advisory Group Meetings – July 2019, August 2019, November 2019, May 2020, June 2020
Over the course of our community engagement to date, we have received more than 400 contributions.
Thank you to everyone who has participated and contributed their thoughts and ideas for the future of the Reserve.
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Community feedback from the community consultation is current being reviewed to help inform the final Land Management Plan.