Centennial Parklands' Plan of Management is an overarching strategic planning document that guides and informs a range of more detailed plans and policies for the day-to-day planning, design and management of the Parklands.
The Plan of Management is specifically directed by the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust (CPMPT) Act and is informed by a series of subordinate strategic plans, which provide details of the means by which the Plan of Management will be implemented over the coming years.
These subsidiary plans include master plans for each of the three parks that make up the Parklands together with a:
- Conservation Management Plan
- Environmental Policy and Management System
- Tree Management Plan
- Transport Access and Parking Plan.
What is the Plan for?
This plan has three purposes:
1) To provide an overarching strategic direction for the Parklands
2) To facilitate the application of planning controls under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act.
3) It is required by the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust Act.
The Trust adopted its first plan of management, for Moore Park, in 1990. More comprehensive plans of management covering all of the Parklands were adopted in 1998 and 2006.
We have updated the 2006-2016 Plan of Management and developed a draft 10-year horizon (2018-2028) draft plan, which is has been endorsed by the Trust and the NSW Minister for Environment and Heritage.
Download the Plan
Download the Plan of Management July 2018 (PDF, 2.1 MB)