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Welcome to engage.burnside

engage.burnside is designed to give you, your friends, colleagues and neighbours the opportunity to have a say on important issues and projects that shape our community. By participating in engage.burnside you will contribute to strengthening our community and assist the City of Burnside in making important decisions.

engage.burnside is like a big public meeting which everyone can attend and have their say. It gives you the opportunity to access information, read the discussions, join in the conversation and add your ideas and feedback when and where it suits you – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We encourage you to join engage.burnside so you can add your comments and ideas to our Current Engagements. We also invite you to let us know what ideas you have to enrich and improve our community. Email us your thoughts.

Engage with us Burnside and Have Your Say!


Welcome to engage.burnside

engage.burnside is designed to give you, your friends, colleagues and neighbours the opportunity to have a say on important issues and projects that shape our community. By participating in engage.burnside you will contribute to strengthening our community and assist the City of Burnside in making important decisions.

engage.burnside is like a big public meeting which everyone can attend and have their say. It gives you the opportunity to access information, read the discussions, join in the conversation and add your ideas and feedback when and where it suits you – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We encourage you to join engage.burnside so you can add your comments and ideas to our Current Engagements. We also invite you to let us know what ideas you have to enrich and improve our community. Email us your thoughts.

Engage with us Burnside and Have Your Say!

  • Burnside Swimming Centre Redevelopment

    over 4 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking community feedback on the proposed Burnside Pool Redevelopment.

    Council has recently undertaken an infrastructure audit of the Burnside Swimming Centre to determine the current condition of the facility’s swimming pools and buildings.

    The pool facility was constructed in 1966, with a major upgrade of the main entrance in 1996 and the replacement of the pipe work in 2005. The remainder of the facility is original, approximately 45 years old and has had minimal work undertaken to maintain the centre over that time.

    Council had identified necessary infrastructure upgrades to the facility and took the opportunity to engage with its community via a city-wide consultation, on the opportunity to enhance the Swimming Centre project further.

    View the Consultation here for more information

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking community feedback on the proposed Burnside Pool Redevelopment.

    Council has recently undertaken an infrastructure audit of the Burnside Swimming Centre to determine the current condition of the facility’s swimming pools and buildings.

    The pool facility was constructed in 1966, with a major upgrade of the main entrance in 1996 and the replacement of the pipe work in 2005. The remainder of the facility is original, approximately 45 years old and has had minimal work undertaken to maintain the centre over that time.

    Council had identified necessary infrastructure upgrades to the facility and took the opportunity to engage with its community via a city-wide consultation, on the opportunity to enhance the Swimming Centre project further.

    View the Consultation here for more information

  • Glenunga Community Hub Master Plan

    almost 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking the views of its residents and ratepayers on a draft Master Plan to revitalise Glenunga Reserve located in Conyngham St, Glenunga. The draft Master Plan aims to create a safe and accessible community hub providing high quality sporting, recreation and community facilities. It has been developed based on previous investigations as well as more recent engagement with key user and community groups, park users and surrounding community.

     

    Feedback on the proposed draft Master Plan can be made by returning a completed questionnaire (available on line) to Council by 5pm Friday 30 November 2012.

    For more information, please follow this link - http://engage.burnside.sa.gov.au/glenunga-hub

     

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking the views of its residents and ratepayers on a draft Master Plan to revitalise Glenunga Reserve located in Conyngham St, Glenunga. The draft Master Plan aims to create a safe and accessible community hub providing high quality sporting, recreation and community facilities. It has been developed based on previous investigations as well as more recent engagement with key user and community groups, park users and surrounding community.

     

    Feedback on the proposed draft Master Plan can be made by returning a completed questionnaire (available on line) to Council by 5pm Friday 30 November 2012.

    For more information, please follow this link - http://engage.burnside.sa.gov.au/glenunga-hub

  • Burnside Swimming Centre Improvements

    almost 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking the views of its residents and ratepayers about possible future improvements to the Burnside Swimming Centre. A recent audit of the Centre has identified the need to upgrade plant equipment and re-tile the pools. Undertaking this work provides the opportunity to consider other possible enhancements that could be carried out at the same time.

    Feedback on the proposed Options can be made by returning a completed questionnaire (available on line) to Council by 5pm Friday 30 November 2012.

    For more information please follow this link - http://engage.burnside.sa.gov.au/swimmingcentre

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking the views of its residents and ratepayers about possible future improvements to the Burnside Swimming Centre. A recent audit of the Centre has identified the need to upgrade plant equipment and re-tile the pools. Undertaking this work provides the opportunity to consider other possible enhancements that could be carried out at the same time.

    Feedback on the proposed Options can be made by returning a completed questionnaire (available on line) to Council by 5pm Friday 30 November 2012.

    For more information please follow this link - http://engage.burnside.sa.gov.au/swimmingcentre

  • Dog and Cat Management Plan

    about 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside reviewed its  Dog and Cat Management Plan to encourage responsible pet ownership of both cats and dogs throughout the community.

    This consultation has now closed and a summary of the results are available in the Library section of this consultation.

    Thank you for your interest and for visiting Engage.Burnside.

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside reviewed its  Dog and Cat Management Plan to encourage responsible pet ownership of both cats and dogs throughout the community.

    This consultation has now closed and a summary of the results are available in the Library section of this consultation.

    Thank you for your interest and for visiting Engage.Burnside.

  • The Strategic Plan is the community’s plan for the future of our City.

    over 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    Formulating a Strategic Plan for the City of Burnside requires us to clearly identify the issues that are critical to our community and defining a path to achieving our collective Vision.

    Our existing Strategic Plan, Vision 2020 was approved by Council in 2008. State legislation now requires us to review our Strategic Plan, and also our Development Plan periodically. These Plans are to be considered in light of State Government strategies including the 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

    Help review the Strategic Plan and Development Plan and ensure a shared Vision for the future.

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    Formulating a Strategic Plan for the City of Burnside requires us to clearly identify the issues that are critical to our community and defining a path to achieving our collective Vision.

    Our existing Strategic Plan, Vision 2020 was approved by Council in 2008. State legislation now requires us to review our Strategic Plan, and also our Development Plan periodically. These Plans are to be considered in light of State Government strategies including the 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

    Help review the Strategic Plan and Development Plan and ensure a shared Vision for the future.

  • Magill Cemetery Columbarium Wall Concept Plan

    over 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking community feedback on the feasibility of installing a Columbarium Wall at the Magill Cemetery.

    What is a Columbarium Wall?

    A Columbarium (or Niche) Wall is a structure that contains niches, which hold a person’s cremated remains in a plastic receptacle. The walls are typically made of masonry such as bricks, stone or pre-formed cement however, they are also constructed from stainless steel.


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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    The City of Burnside is seeking community feedback on the feasibility of installing a Columbarium Wall at the Magill Cemetery.

    What is a Columbarium Wall?

    A Columbarium (or Niche) Wall is a structure that contains niches, which hold a person’s cremated remains in a plastic receptacle. The walls are typically made of masonry such as bricks, stone or pre-formed cement however, they are also constructed from stainless steel.


    The City of Burnside is seeking community feedback on the feasibility of installing a Columbarium Wall at the Magill Cemetery.

    What is a Columbarium Wall?

    A Columbarium (or Niche) Wall is a structure that contains niches, which hold a person’s cremated remains in a plastic receptacle. The walls are typically made of masonry such as bricks, stone or pre-formed cement however, they are also constructed from stainless steel.

    Magill Cemetery Columbarium Wall

    The Magill Cemetery Columbarium Wall Concept Plan identifies three potential locations within the Cemetery for the Wall(s) to be installed.

    Option 1 - is to place the Columbarium in a U shape on the western border where the current side gate entrance onCarey Street is located.

    Option 2 - is to have a similar U-shape wall at the southern end of the Cemetery (at the far end of the central path).

    These U-shaped arrangements of the Columbarium Walls would measure 1.8 metres high by 5 metres (back wall) with 3 metres being the measurement of the side walls. The Wall itself is 350mm thick. These walls would provide in the order of 160 niche spaces for the internment of ashes.

    Option 3 - provided in the Columbarium Wall Concept plan are for lower style memorial walls which would line the Central pathway (situated at the rear of a gravesite rather than in front).

    View the consultation details here

  • The first Burnside Autumn Village Fete...we're interested in your thoughts about it!

    over 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    Held on Sunday 22 April 2012 from 11.00 am until 5.00 pm at Kensington Park Reserve, we're interested in your thoughts about the inaugural Burnside Autumn Village Fete.

    Your Feedback is Important!

    Planning a celebration of the City's history, culture, location and its people is both exciting and daunting and your feedback will help shape the design, programming and attractions for future Autumn Village Fetes. Tell us your thoughts by taking a couple of minutes to complete the quick survey, taking 30 seconds to complete the quick poll and by adding your ideas and suggestions to the discussion forums

    Engage.Burnside and tell us your thoughts!

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    Held on Sunday 22 April 2012 from 11.00 am until 5.00 pm at Kensington Park Reserve, we're interested in your thoughts about the inaugural Burnside Autumn Village Fete.

    Your Feedback is Important!

    Planning a celebration of the City's history, culture, location and its people is both exciting and daunting and your feedback will help shape the design, programming and attractions for future Autumn Village Fetes. Tell us your thoughts by taking a couple of minutes to complete the quick survey, taking 30 seconds to complete the quick poll and by adding your ideas and suggestions to the discussion forums

    Engage.Burnside and tell us your thoughts!

  • 2012/13 Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget

    over 5 years ago
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    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    Under the Local Government Act 1999, every Council must develop a Budget and an Annual Business Plan for each financial year. The Budget and Business Plan are important documents which shape Council's projects and programs for the upcoming year and support Council's long-term Strategic Plan. It is important that the community participate in the budget process to give Council a better understanding of the community's needs and expectations.

    Have your say about the 2012/13 Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget

    This consultation has concluded, however, you can still visit and review comments and access relevant documents.

    Under the Local Government Act 1999, every Council must develop a Budget and an Annual Business Plan for each financial year. The Budget and Business Plan are important documents which shape Council's projects and programs for the upcoming year and support Council's long-term Strategic Plan. It is important that the community participate in the budget process to give Council a better understanding of the community's needs and expectations.

    Have your say about the 2012/13 Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget