Palmwoods, Lawson Park Upgrade

Lawson Park playground equipment

Lawson Park is a local council park located on Main Street, Palmwoods and contains a small playground, shade trees and seating. Council is planning for the future of Lawson Park as part of an ongoing commitment to the renewal of community assets.

Purpose

The play equipment at Lawson Park is now at the end of its asset life and needs to be replaced.

To help council design a park that best meets the needs of our local community, you are invited to share your ideas on what type of space you would like created at Lawson Park.

What is a local level recreation park?

Lawson Park is designated as a ‘local’ recreation park. This means it provides a small range of facilities such as picnic tables, bench seats, play equipment and amenity planting for the residents close to that park.

You can read more about the different types of parks in council’s Environment and Liveability Strategy (Part C, pg 54).


Community engagement

The community was invited to share ideas about the future of this park.

Submissions closed 5pm Friday 13 April 2018.


Where to from here

Community feedback collated through survey responses will be reviewed and considered in the development of the playground. A copy of the proposed upgrade plan will be available for viewing mid-year. Construction of park upgrades has been scheduled for the 2018-19 financial year.

Lawson Park is a local council park located on Main Street, Palmwoods and contains a small playground, shade trees and seating. Council is planning for the future of Lawson Park as part of an ongoing commitment to the renewal of community assets.

Purpose

The play equipment at Lawson Park is now at the end of its asset life and needs to be replaced.

To help council design a park that best meets the needs of our local community, you are invited to share your ideas on what type of space you would like created at Lawson Park.

What is a local level recreation park?

Lawson Park is designated as a ‘local’ recreation park. This means it provides a small range of facilities such as picnic tables, bench seats, play equipment and amenity planting for the residents close to that park.

You can read more about the different types of parks in council’s Environment and Liveability Strategy (Part C, pg 54).


Community engagement

The community was invited to share ideas about the future of this park.

Submissions closed 5pm Friday 13 April 2018.


Where to from here

Community feedback collated through survey responses will be reviewed and considered in the development of the playground. A copy of the proposed upgrade plan will be available for viewing mid-year. Construction of park upgrades has been scheduled for the 2018-19 financial year.