Langwarrin Equestrian Reserve
Tell us what you think of the Langwarrin Equestrian Reserve Master Plan by 5pm 10 July 2022!
In late 2021, we asked you to provide feedback on your experience of using our two equestrian sites at Langwarrin Equestrian Reserve and Baxter Equestrian Reserve, and what improvements you wanted to see at both sites.
We have listened to your feedback, and have now developed two Draft Equestrian Master Plans to reflect your needs and aspirations.
Click on the links below to find out more details about the two draft Equestrian Master Plans, and let us know by 5pm 10 July 2022 if you have any feedback, or have identified any gaps.
Thank you to everyone who participated in Stage 1 of our Equestrian Master Plan consultation. We received 144 contributions to our online survey, in addition to our engagements through workshops with the Langwarrin and Baxter Equestrian Clubs. Your input has directly influenced the draft Equestrian Master Plan.
74% of respondents answered our surveyed in relation to Langwarrin Equestrian Reserve, and 26% for Baxter Park Equestrian Reserve. There was even split (50%) of survey respondents who were/were not part of an affiliated equestrian club.
We are developing a Frankston Equestrian Master Plan to help guide future planning, development and management across our two equestrian sites at Langwarrin Equestrian Reserve and Baxter Park.
To ensure we take a strategic approach to the long term management of the sites, we need to consider the greater context and significance of the sites, including equestrian and recreation activities, biodiversity and the open space network.
We are committed to working with the local Equestrian clubs to help shape and inform the development of the Master Plan.
The two equestrian sites are also valuable public open spaces accessible to everyone. We are keen to better understand and capture feedback from our broader community about how you use the sites, and how Council can best support that use into the future.
To help inform the draft Equestrian Master Plan, tell us how you use the two equestrian sites and whether there are areas you would like to be improved.
At the same time, we’re seeking feedback on the Baxter Park Master Plan. Tell us what you think or if there is anything missing.
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