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Penrose Village Park Plan of Management

Wingecarribee Shire Council is working with the Penrose community to review the Plan of Management that covers Penrose Reserve, including Penrose Community Hall, Oval and Tennis Courts.

A Plan of Management is a public document that sets out how community land is to be used, improved, managed, and maintained. Council develops Plans of Management under the Local Government Act, and assigns one or more category to the land which will govern how the land can be used. A need to update the Plan of Management for Penrose Reserve has been identified following community requests to relocate the community hall within the site.

Council is currently in discussion with key stakeholders including:

  • Penrose Community Association
  • Penrose Hall Committee
  • Penrose P & C
  • Penrose Playgroup
  • Penrose Rural Fire Service
  • Penrose Tennis Club

Following this focused consultation, a public hearing was held to discuss the proposed Plan of Management. See below and in the Document Library for details.

Penrose Village Park Plan of Management

Wingecarribee Shire Council is working with the Penrose community to review the Plan of Management that covers Penrose Reserve, including Penrose Community Hall, Oval and Tennis Courts.

A Plan of Management is a public document that sets out how community land is to be used, improved, managed, and maintained. Council develops Plans of Management under the Local Government Act, and assigns one or more category to the land which will govern how the land can be used. A need to update the Plan of Management for Penrose Reserve has been identified following community requests to relocate the community hall within the site.

Council is currently in discussion with key stakeholders including:

  • Penrose Community Association
  • Penrose Hall Committee
  • Penrose P & C
  • Penrose Playgroup
  • Penrose Rural Fire Service
  • Penrose Tennis Club

Following this focused consultation, a public hearing was held to discuss the proposed Plan of Management. See below and in the Document Library for details.

  • Draft Plan of Management now on exhibition

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    You are invited to make a submission on the draft Penrose Village Park Plan of Management by 26 September 2021.

    Wingecarribee Shire Council has been working with the Penrose community to review the Plan of Management that covers Penrose Village Park, including Penrose Community Hall, Oval and Tennis Courts. On 11 August 2021, Council resolved to exhibit a draft Plan of Management for Penrose Village Park.

    A Plan of Management is a public document that sets out how community land is to be used, improved, managed, and maintained. Council develops Plans of Management under the Local Government Act 1993 (the Act) and assigns one or more categories to the land which will govern how the land can be used. A need to update the Plan of Management for Penrose Village Park has been identified following community requests to relocate the community hall within the site.

    In accordance with s38 of the Act, the draft Plan of Management is now on public exhibition, with written submissions being received until 26 September 2021.

    💬 A public hearing will also be held on 24 August 2021 from 5 pm to 7 pm, to discuss the change in categorisation of the land from General Community Use/Sportsground to General Community Use/Sportsground/Park. The meeting will be held online, further details can be obtained by contacting Council’s Assets – Parks and Buildings Team by email mail@wsc.nsw.gov.au.

    Learn more and have your say:

    • The draft Plan of Management can be viewed online in the Document Library or in printed format at the Civic Centre and Council libraries, and at the Penrose Village Shop, Penrose.
    • To make a submission complete an online form, email mail@wsc.nsw.gov.au or write to Wingecarribee Shire Council, PO Box 141, Moss Vale 2577
    • All submissions must be received by midnight Sunday 26 September 2021.
    • Ask a question, or contact the Assets – Parks and Buildings Team by email mail@wsc.nsw.gov.au or on 02 4868 0888.
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