Omokoroa Reserves Concept Plans - Precious Family Reserve and Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve

The Omokoroa Reserves Concept Plans are currently out for feedback.

Engagement ends at 4pm Monday 20 November 2017.


Why is Council doing these concept plans?

During the recent Kaimai Ward Review Management Plan review, Omokoroa residents asked Council to update and include a new concept plan for these two reserves.


What are Reserve Management Plans?

These plans set the rules for how people use public spaces.


What are concept plans?

Concept plans provide more detail about how reserves are developed and funded. They show the proposed layout of features and facilities in the reserve, which will be developed by Council over time.


Why should I be interested?

  • Do you use these reserves?

  • Are you interested in sustainable development and the natural environment?

  • Do you want more to be spent on providing playgrounds, toilets or other facilities?

  • Would you like changes to the way these reserves are used?

If your answer is yes to any of these questions – we would love to hear from you!


Precious Family Reserve

Located at the southern end of the Omokoroa golf course, this reserve provides walking access to the harbour’s edge from the end of Anderley Ave and Hamurana Road.

The existing 2003 Concept Plan needs reviewing and your feedback will make sure our future planning takes into account community views.


What is the focus of the draft concept plan?

The draft concept plan includes provision for the following:

  • Location of the Mabs Kelly Walkway;
  • Service vehicle access to pump station;
  • Proposed car park on Hamurana Road;
  • Existing and proposed expansion of wetlands;
  • Storm water management and silt disposal area; and
  • Investigate location of a new toilet.


Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve

Located near Lynley Park Drive, the reserve is destined to become a popular neighbourhood reserve with walking access to the harbour. It is partly used as a local park with connections to the harbour walkway/cycleway.


What is the focus of the draft concept plan?

The draft concept plan includes provision for the following:

  • Location of lookouts and carved pou;
  • Park bench seating;
  • Interpretation signage;
  • Sign board of harbour and important sites;
  • Access to Mangawhai Pa Site; and
  • Alignment of walkway / cycleway (To be finalised).


Open day

We're holding an “Open Day” where elected members and staff will be able to provide information and explanations about the draft concept plans for both Precious Family Reserve and Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve.

Date - Saturday 21 October 2017

Time - Drop in anytime between 10am to 2pm.

Venue - Omokoroa Settlers Hall, Omokoroa.

See you there!


Have Your Say on their future development

Council has put together concept plans for two of Omokoroa’s popular reserves and we invite you to let us know how you’d like these special community spaces to look like.

These two reserves are key recreation areas for Omokoroa – and Omokoroa residents have asked us to put together plans for what special things should be developed and funded in these spaces.

Have your say by filling out the feedback form below and drop in to our open day!


The Omokoroa Reserves Concept Plans are currently out for feedback.

Engagement ends at 4pm Monday 20 November 2017.


Why is Council doing these concept plans?

During the recent Kaimai Ward Review Management Plan review, Omokoroa residents asked Council to update and include a new concept plan for these two reserves.


What are Reserve Management Plans?

These plans set the rules for how people use public spaces.


What are concept plans?

Concept plans provide more detail about how reserves are developed and funded. They show the proposed layout of features and facilities in the reserve, which will be developed by Council over time.


Why should I be interested?

  • Do you use these reserves?

  • Are you interested in sustainable development and the natural environment?

  • Do you want more to be spent on providing playgrounds, toilets or other facilities?

  • Would you like changes to the way these reserves are used?

If your answer is yes to any of these questions – we would love to hear from you!


Precious Family Reserve

Located at the southern end of the Omokoroa golf course, this reserve provides walking access to the harbour’s edge from the end of Anderley Ave and Hamurana Road.

The existing 2003 Concept Plan needs reviewing and your feedback will make sure our future planning takes into account community views.


What is the focus of the draft concept plan?

The draft concept plan includes provision for the following:

  • Location of the Mabs Kelly Walkway;
  • Service vehicle access to pump station;
  • Proposed car park on Hamurana Road;
  • Existing and proposed expansion of wetlands;
  • Storm water management and silt disposal area; and
  • Investigate location of a new toilet.


Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve

Located near Lynley Park Drive, the reserve is destined to become a popular neighbourhood reserve with walking access to the harbour. It is partly used as a local park with connections to the harbour walkway/cycleway.


What is the focus of the draft concept plan?

The draft concept plan includes provision for the following:

  • Location of lookouts and carved pou;
  • Park bench seating;
  • Interpretation signage;
  • Sign board of harbour and important sites;
  • Access to Mangawhai Pa Site; and
  • Alignment of walkway / cycleway (To be finalised).


Open day

We're holding an “Open Day” where elected members and staff will be able to provide information and explanations about the draft concept plans for both Precious Family Reserve and Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve.

Date - Saturday 21 October 2017

Time - Drop in anytime between 10am to 2pm.

Venue - Omokoroa Settlers Hall, Omokoroa.

See you there!


Have Your Say on their future development

Council has put together concept plans for two of Omokoroa’s popular reserves and we invite you to let us know how you’d like these special community spaces to look like.

These two reserves are key recreation areas for Omokoroa – and Omokoroa residents have asked us to put together plans for what special things should be developed and funded in these spaces.

Have your say by filling out the feedback form below and drop in to our open day!


  • Omokoroa Reserves Concept Plans Feedback Form

    Hello, thanks for taking the time to have your say on the Omokoroa Reserves Concept Plans!


    Just click the 'take survey' button below to give your feedback.


    Hello, thanks for taking the time to have your say on the Omokoroa Reserves Concept Plans!


    Just click the 'take survey' button below to give your feedback.


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