If you haven’t already provided feedback on the future of Maclean Park, there’s still time. The Kāpiti Coast District Council is working with the community to decide on the long-term future development of the park.
“Using the ideas and stories our community shared with the Council, we developed three different concepts for Maclean Park which combine a range of possibilities for long-term future development. There’s less than week left to take look at what we’ve come up with and let us know which concepts you really like, and which you don’t think should make the final cut. From this we’ll try to balance the community’s wants and needs with what’s achievable long-term,” says Parks and Recreation Manager Alison Law.
“Each concept has a different focus and there are a wide range of possibilities proposed, so there should be something for everyone,’ she says.
Information about the three long-term development concepts, and the feedback survey, can be found at www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/maclean-park-refresh.
Copies of the survey are also available at the Paraparaumu Library and the Council’s Rimu Road Service Centre. People have until 25 May to give their feedback, which the Council will use to pull together one draft development plan that will be incorporated into a draft reviewed Management Plan for the park. The Council will be carrying out formal consultation on the draft Management Plan later this year.