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Recreational Plans of Management

A Plan of Management is a document that provides the framework for managing community land. It explains the "why, how and whom" of how the subject area should be managed.

Pittwater Council must prepare Plans of Management for all community land in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993 and the Local Government Amendment (Community Land Management) Act 1998. In order to manage open space effectively, Plans of Management may also be prepared for Crown reserves.

Community land is owned by Council and must not be sold, exchanged or otherwise disposed of except in the instance of enabling the land to be added to a Crown reserve or a protected area under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.

Reserve Plans of Management cover areas such as active reserves (sportsgrounds, playgrounds) and passive recreations areas (beaches). Natural Areas Plans of Management cover areas such as bushland. Once adopted by Council, Council should only undertake uses, activities, or developments consistent with the adopted Plan of Management.

For more information or previous copies please call Reserves & Recreation (for Reserves) on (02) 9970 1356 or make your request via our Customer Request Form.

  • Church Point Plan Of Management was adopted by Council at its meeting of Monday 16 November 2009.  Precinct located on McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point.