Lake Barrington Park & Kentish Park Master Plan - Community Forum
A master plan is being developed for the management of Lake Barrington as a recreational facility.
Kentish Council has held two community forums and receive information about the Master Plan for Lake Barrington Park and Kentish Parks.
As part of this study, the consultants and council are seeking feedback from local residents with views on the management and use of Lake Barrington, particularly around Lake Barrington Park and Kentish Park.
Read more and access the survey here Survey closes 28 February.
The Kentish Council has welcomed a report that was funded by the State Government and prepared by Consulting Engineers Pitt & Sherry on the estimated cost to reinstate Lorinna Road as the principal access to Lorinna.
Read full report here
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Autumn PWS Fuel Reduction Burns 28 February 2014
The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) will begin its autumn program of planned fuel reduction burns across several regions in the coming weeks. In the Kentish area burns will be conducted at Claude Road, Gowrie Park and Mt Roland Regional Reserve.
Spellmans Bridge Update 28 February 2014
The consultants engaged by Council have completed a design to repair and reopen the road. Tenders have been called and a successful contractor selected. Expected commencement date of works on site as the 17 February 2014. The road is expected be reopened by around the end of March 2014.
The Cradle Coast Regional Land Use Planning Framework 2010 - 2030
Check out Love in Tasmania, a new song written by locals Des Brown and Robb Tait.