The Invercargill City Council is inviting residents to have their say about the future management of Donovan Park.
Invercargill City Council Works and Services Director Cameron McIntosh said Council had prepared a draft Reserve Management Plan for Donovan Park which was now available for public comment and input.
“Two proposals highlighted in the draft Plan include setting aside an area of land for permanent use by the Southland Agricultural and Pastoral Association for their activities; and the possibility of freeing up the land (or part of it) for future residential subdivision,” Mr McIntosh said.
Mr McIntosh said detailed information on the two proposals was included in the draft Management Plan.
“Donovan Park is a significant community asset and it is important that Invercargill residents give us their views about the future management of the parks.”
A copy of the draft Plan is available from today on from Council’s website www.icc.govt.nz and could also be viewed at the Parks office in Queens Park, Civic Administration Building in Esk Street and the Invercargill Public Library.
Submissions are open until the beginning of July 2012.