Lucindale Township Masterplan

Published 10:34 - 01/05/2019 Updated 12:45 - 06/10/2020


UPDATE

Following extensive consultation undertaken in 2019, the Master Plan and Urban Design Framework for the Lucindale Township, was endorsed by Council at its meeting held on 26 February 2020. To view the Masterplan click here.

The 2020-2021 budget has funds for the following projects:

  • $90,000 for design and construction of Centenary Park improvements
  • $15,000 for Wayfinding Signage project – Phase 1.

Four passionate Lucindale community members were recently sought for the newly-formed Lucindale Masterplan Centenary Park Working Group which will focus on the following sections of the Masterplan:

  • planning and implementing stages of Centenary Park, Lucindale, as outlined at Item 8.7 and Concept Plan 8L
  • provide advice and consideration as to placement of Wayfinding Signage Phases 1 & 2 as outlined at Item 8.4 and Concept Plans 8F & 8G
  • provide advice and consideration as to design of Main Street Precinct, as outlined at Item 8.6 and Concept Plan 8K

Community members on the Working Group are Jane Menz, Amanda Carter, Sam Graetz and two Lucindale Area School students Madeline Redden and Hailey Brewster Strickland. The Working Group also includes Elected Members Mayor Erika Vickery OAM and Crs Trevor Rayner, Tom Dennis and Monique Crossling.

BACKGROUND

Council appointed a consultant team including MasterPlan SA Pty Ltd and Outerspace Landscape Architects to work together with Council and the community to develop the plan. The methodology employed by the consultant team was built around extensive engagement with the community of Lucindale.

Council’s aims and objectives for the Masterplan are to redesign and revitalise the Lucindale township to achieve a public domain of exceptional quality which meets the needs of the residents and the broader community well into the future.

The public domain incorporates all the public open space including all open spaces, recreation reserves, the township entrances, key street corridors, footpaths and potential linkages to schools, recreation, commercial and industrial facilities.







UPDATE

Following extensive consultation undertaken in 2019, the Master Plan and Urban Design Framework for the Lucindale Township, was endorsed by Council at its meeting held on 26 February 2020. To view the Masterplan click here.

The 2020-2021 budget has funds for the following projects:

  • $90,000 for design and construction of Centenary Park improvements
  • $15,000 for Wayfinding Signage project – Phase 1.

Four passionate Lucindale community members were recently sought for the newly-formed Lucindale Masterplan Centenary Park Working Group which will focus on the following sections of the Masterplan:

  • planning and implementing stages of Centenary Park, Lucindale, as outlined at Item 8.7 and Concept Plan 8L
  • provide advice and consideration as to placement of Wayfinding Signage Phases 1 & 2 as outlined at Item 8.4 and Concept Plans 8F & 8G
  • provide advice and consideration as to design of Main Street Precinct, as outlined at Item 8.6 and Concept Plan 8K

Community members on the Working Group are Jane Menz, Amanda Carter, Sam Graetz and two Lucindale Area School students Madeline Redden and Hailey Brewster Strickland. The Working Group also includes Elected Members Mayor Erika Vickery OAM and Crs Trevor Rayner, Tom Dennis and Monique Crossling.

BACKGROUND

Council appointed a consultant team including MasterPlan SA Pty Ltd and Outerspace Landscape Architects to work together with Council and the community to develop the plan. The methodology employed by the consultant team was built around extensive engagement with the community of Lucindale.

Council’s aims and objectives for the Masterplan are to redesign and revitalise the Lucindale township to achieve a public domain of exceptional quality which meets the needs of the residents and the broader community well into the future.

The public domain incorporates all the public open space including all open spaces, recreation reserves, the township entrances, key street corridors, footpaths and potential linkages to schools, recreation, commercial and industrial facilities.






  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Council has commenced development of a Master Plan for the Lucindale township.  Council’s aims and objectives are to work with the community to redesign and revitalise the Lucindale township to achieve a public domain of exceptional quality which meets the needs of the residents and the broader community well into the future.

    Initial consultation with the community occurred earlier in May 2019.

    Any members of the community who were unable to attend the consultation sessions or who wish to provide further feedback to the consultant team are invited to complete this feedback form or provide written submissions to Council by Friday 14 June 2019.


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