Plan of Management Review – Crown Land

Crown Reserves, where Council is the Crown Land Manager, are managed as if they are public land under the Local Government Act 1993.

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  • Project StatusIn Progress
  • Last reviewed 26 February 2024

The latest

We would like to hear from you about the proposed Draft Plan of Management for Lady Denman Reserve, Huskisson. The Draft Plan of Management is available on this web page. Please provide your feedback by providing a written submission to by 11:59pm Sunday, 29 October 2023, quoting reference number: 12578E.

About the project

When Crown Land receives a “Community” classification under the Local Government Act, it becomes categorised in line with its Reserve Purpose and a Plan of Management is developed.

What are Plans of Management?

Plans of Management are useful tools for managing community land. Plans of Management set out objectives and performance targets for community land and promotes active land management and use, including issuing tenures over the land.

Council is currently writing Plans of Management for the Crown Reserves for which we are Crown Land Managers.

For more information, please visit the Plan of Management Review - Parks, sportsgrounds, General Community Use, Showgrounds and Areas of Cultural Significance Get Involved web page.