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Updated Draft Plan for Boronia Park

The updated Draft Plan of Management for Boronia Park will be on exhibition at Council from 19 August until 16 September 2015. You can go to Council’s website to see: Updated Draft Plan of Management for Boronia Park July 2015 Updated Concept Design Report on Consultation Outcomes for the Boronia Park Draft Plan of Management […]
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Boronia Park now … and the future?

For now …    Hunters Hill Trust members enjoyed a guided walk through beautiful Boronia Park. How lucky we are to have such treasures to share! And for the future? The proposed amendments to the Boronia Park Draft Plan of Management will be discussed on Monday August 10th at the Council meeting. Check the report […]
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Lets make plans based on facts – not emotion & exaggeration

A letter from HHT President Tony Coote to Ross Williams, The Save Hunters Hill Municipality Coalition.  SCROLL DOWN to see Ross Williams’ reply Dear Ross, Following last Monday’s Council meeting and your impassioned plea for more sporting facilities in Boronia Park, I was wondering whether in making that plea were you representing the views of […]
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Changes to the Boronia Park Plan of Management

  There has been a huge response to the 2015 Draft Plan of Management for Boronia Park.  Council received: 522 submissions from individuals 12 submissions from clubs and organisations associated with the park (including Hunters Hill Trust) 2 petitions from the same group, one with 12 signatures and the other with 91 signatures. The issues […]
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HHT responds to Councillor Zac Miles’ unfounded fears

Draft Plan of Management for Boronia Park The Weekly Times has published HHT Executive member, Alister Sharp’s response to Zac Miles’ recent article that criticised the Draft Plan of Management for Boronia Park and raised all sorts of unfounded anxieties in the community. You can read Alister’s letter below or link here: The Weekly Times. You […]
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Boronia Park: time running out

The closing date for comments on the Plan of Management for Boronia Park is MARCH 27th.  Some people are saying they want building development in the park and to give priority to cars. Hunters Hill Trust members need to make their voices heard.  This is what Conrad and Alice Oppen have to say:   Boronia Park letter. Here is […]
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the future of Boronia Park

Do you want to know more about the Draft Plan of Management for Boronia Park or get to know the park a bit better? Guided Walk  10 am Sunday 15th February Meet members of the Hunters Hill Trust in front of the Boronia Park grandstand, corner of Park Road and Ryde Road for a guided walk.  Walk […]
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who will take care of Boronia Park?

Things have been going wrong at Boronia Park recently. Hunters Hill Council is the trustee manager of this important 24 hectare piece of Crown Land, but a lot of damage was done to the park when the Plan of Management was ignored when a new rugby oval was built. There is a new draft Plan of Management for Boronia […]
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Plans for Boronia Park: get it right

Boronia Park is getting a Plan of Management.  Tell Council what matters to you about Boronia Park, and how you want to protect it for future generations:    Complete a quick survey here.  Protect our precious park:  more information about how to make sure we get a good plan here.      
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new Plan of Management (PoM) for Boronia Park

Boronia Park is 24.2 hectares of precious public land that includes natural bushland, river frontage and a range of recreational facilities. Council has just appointed Thompson Berrill Landscape Design Pty Ltd (http://tbld.com.au/) to review the Boronia Park PoM. The plan is  to consult ‘community group stakeholders, sporting group stakeholders, relevant government agencies and local residents via community survey questionnaire leaflet, on […]
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