Dalkeith: City of Nedlands hosting community sessions on how to preserve Point Resolution Reserve

City of Nedlands wants public feedback on Point Resolution Reserve.
City of Nedlands wants public feedback on Point Resolution Reserve.

HAVE your say on the future of Dalkeith’s Point Resolution Reserve.

City of Nedlands is holding two community information sessions to discuss how best to preserve the picturesque riverside slice of nature.

Nedlands mayor Max Hipkins said there are a variety of issues that need to be considered, from the natural and built environment to water quality, accessibility and amenity.

“There are several proposed initiatives, including increasing bushland and canopy cover, maintaining beach vehicle access for maintenance purposes and linking the playground to the footpath,” he said.

A draft master plan has been designed to develop a strategic vision for the area’s future use and development, and will be the starting point for community discussions.

“This project aims to ensure community needs are met in the most economical way possible across Point Resolution Reserve’s entire lifespan,” Mr Hipkins said.

Hour-long information sessions are being held on November 16 at Adam Armstrong Pavilion, David Cruickshank Reserve, off Beatrice Road, Dalkeith, at 4pm and 5.30pm.

To RSVP for the session, find out more or provide feedback, visit yourvoice.nedlands.wa.gov.au.

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