Jardine Park Draft Landscape Plan

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We've created a draft Landscape Plan for Jardine Park in Kelvin Heights and we want to know how you feel about it. The plan was set in motion following January 2019's significant storm event in which Jardine Park was damaged, leading to community requests for an updated landscape plan with wind protection designs for the affected area.

A second storm event in January 2020 caused further trees within the damaged stand to fail, resulting in the remaining Conifers sheltering the Peninsula to be removed on Tuesday 5 May 2020.

The draft Landscape Plan for Jardine Park incorporates a number of different proposals, for planting, grassland, and open spaces. Tree removal has provided for some shelter and wind protection in the form of mounds.

Have your say on what could be planted back into this area.


Draft Landscape Plan:

To view the Landscape Plan, click here.


Feedback session:

We'll be hosting a feedback session on the draft Landscape Plan for Jardine Park at the Croquet Club on Wednesday 20 May between 10.00am and 12.00pm.

To attend, you must register so our team can abide COVID-19's Emergency Alert Level 2 guidelines, which require us to keep our maximum number in attendance at 10 people. You can register by emailing Samantha.marsh@qldc.govt.nz and, following this, you will be allocated a 15 minute time slot between 10.00am and 12.00pm.

When emailing to register, please include your name, contact phone number and address.

Registrations close at 4.00pm on Tuesday 19 May.


Share your thoughts:

To share your feedback on the Landscape Plan, please email our Parks & Open Spaces Planning Manager Briana Pringle.

Submissions close at 5.00pm on Sunday 31 May.

We've created a draft Landscape Plan for Jardine Park in Kelvin Heights and we want to know how you feel about it. The plan was set in motion following January 2019's significant storm event in which Jardine Park was damaged, leading to community requests for an updated landscape plan with wind protection designs for the affected area.

A second storm event in January 2020 caused further trees within the damaged stand to fail, resulting in the remaining Conifers sheltering the Peninsula to be removed on Tuesday 5 May 2020.

The draft Landscape Plan for Jardine Park incorporates a number of different proposals, for planting, grassland, and open spaces. Tree removal has provided for some shelter and wind protection in the form of mounds.

Have your say on what could be planted back into this area.


Draft Landscape Plan:

To view the Landscape Plan, click here.


Feedback session:

We'll be hosting a feedback session on the draft Landscape Plan for Jardine Park at the Croquet Club on Wednesday 20 May between 10.00am and 12.00pm.

To attend, you must register so our team can abide COVID-19's Emergency Alert Level 2 guidelines, which require us to keep our maximum number in attendance at 10 people. You can register by emailing Samantha.marsh@qldc.govt.nz and, following this, you will be allocated a 15 minute time slot between 10.00am and 12.00pm.

When emailing to register, please include your name, contact phone number and address.

Registrations close at 4.00pm on Tuesday 19 May.


Share your thoughts:

To share your feedback on the Landscape Plan, please email our Parks & Open Spaces Planning Manager Briana Pringle.

Submissions close at 5.00pm on Sunday 31 May.