Hire of Community Open Space & Facilities Draft Policy

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This consultation has concluded.

Do you hire Council's tennis courts? Do you plan to have a wedding or hire the park for a public or private event? Then we want to hear from you!

The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed new draft policy that covers the short term, exclusive-use hire of community open space and facilities. The consultation concludes 5pm on Monday 30 September 2013.

What does the new draft policy cover?

The new draft Hire of Community Open Space and Facilities Policy covers the short-term, exclusive use hire of community open space and facilities. This policy covers issuing of

Do you hire Council's tennis courts? Do you plan to have a wedding or hire the park for a public or private event? Then we want to hear from you!

The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed new draft policy that covers the short term, exclusive-use hire of community open space and facilities. The consultation concludes 5pm on Monday 30 September 2013.

What does the new draft policy cover?

The new draft Hire of Community Open Space and Facilities Policy covers the short-term, exclusive use hire of community open space and facilities. This policy covers issuing of permits for events such as weddings, tennis court hire, park hire by commercial operators, and other casual and seasonal public and private events in Council reserves and buildings.

The draft policy also includes the application process, including Council’s requirements of applicants and the assessment criteria and approval process for casual and seasonal hire permits.

Viewing the draft policy

The draft policy can be downloaded from the online document library.

Community Consultation

The draft policy has the potential to impact many members of our community and users of our recreation facilities.

Your input will help ensure the services we provide meet the needs of our community in a socially, environmentally and financially sustainable manner. Please provide your feedback.

The Community Consultation period runs from Monday 9 to Monday 30 September 2013.



What does the new draft policy cover?

The new draft Hire of Community Open Space and Facilities Policy covers the short-term, exclusive use hire of community open space and facilities. This policy covers issuing of permits for events such as weddings, tennis court hire, park hire by commercial operators, and other casual and seasonal public and private events in Council reserves and buildings.

The draft policy also includes the application process, including Council’s requirements of applicants and the assessment criteria and approval process for casual and seasonal hire permits.

Viewing the draft policy

The draft policy can be downloaded from the online document library.

Community Consultation

The draft policy has the potential to impact many members of our community and users of our recreation facilities.

Your input will help ensure the services we provide meet the needs of our community in a socially, environmentally and financially sustainable manner. Please provide your feedback.

The Community Consultation period runs from Monday 9 to Monday 30 September 2013.

Next Steps

Council will review the responses and incorporate as applicable into a revised policy. It is anticipated that the revised policy will be presented to council for endorsement in early 2014.

Further Information

For more information please contact City of Burnside’s Principal Strategy Officer, Leonie Scriven on 8366 4200 or lscriven@burnside.sa.gov.au


CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.