Ranger Street Reserve, Hallett Cove - Revocation

Consultation has concluded

Council is considering disposal of the land at Ranger Street Reserve, Hallett Cove , subject to the Minister’s approval.

Council is committed to providing quality open space that is accessible, diverse and can be enjoyed by the community. To support accessibility, Council has adopted an Open Space Policy that aims for open spaces to be provided for the majority of people within 400 metres to 500 metres walking distance of their residence and/or workplace.

There are two other reserves within 500 metres from the Ranger Street Reserve which provide a greater range of amenities. Consequently it has been determined and that the Ranger Street Reserve land is surplus to Council’s requirements.

If you would like to make a representation to this matter you can complete an online submission here.

Any interested person may inspect the plan of the land to be disposed of and the report containing a description of the land, the reasons for the proposal, any Dedication, Reservation or Trust to which the land is subject, the intention of Council once the revocation has occurred and its effect on the community at the Council’s offices at 245 Sturt Road Sturt and 935 Marion Road Mitchell Park and at Council’s Libraries during business hours.

Consultation runs from 22 February 2017 to 15 March 2017

Council is considering disposal of the land at Ranger Street Reserve, Hallett Cove , subject to the Minister’s approval.

Council is committed to providing quality open space that is accessible, diverse and can be enjoyed by the community. To support accessibility, Council has adopted an Open Space Policy that aims for open spaces to be provided for the majority of people within 400 metres to 500 metres walking distance of their residence and/or workplace.

There are two other reserves within 500 metres from the Ranger Street Reserve which provide a greater range of amenities. Consequently it has been determined and that the Ranger Street Reserve land is surplus to Council’s requirements.

If you would like to make a representation to this matter you can complete an online submission here.

Any interested person may inspect the plan of the land to be disposed of and the report containing a description of the land, the reasons for the proposal, any Dedication, Reservation or Trust to which the land is subject, the intention of Council once the revocation has occurred and its effect on the community at the Council’s offices at 245 Sturt Road Sturt and 935 Marion Road Mitchell Park and at Council’s Libraries during business hours.

Consultation runs from 22 February 2017 to 15 March 2017