Queens Domain Draft Summit Plan 2018

The Queens Domain Draft Summit Plan has been approved by the City of Hobart following extensive community consultation. Design and implementation of the plan has already started, construction is scheduled for 2019-20.

The City would like to thank everyone who took the time to make a formal submission or offered feedback on the draft plan.

Issues raised by respondents included the need for protection of significant natural and cultural values on the Domain summit, mountain biking access and facilities for dogs as well as the need for a pedestrian link between the Domain and New Town.

The final Queens Domain Summit Plan will be made publicly available through the City’s website and other platforms.

The Queens Domain Draft Summit Plan has been approved by the City of Hobart following extensive community consultation. Design and implementation of the plan has already started, construction is scheduled for 2019-20.

The City would like to thank everyone who took the time to make a formal submission or offered feedback on the draft plan.

Issues raised by respondents included the need for protection of significant natural and cultural values on the Domain summit, mountain biking access and facilities for dogs as well as the need for a pedestrian link between the Domain and New Town.

The final Queens Domain Summit Plan will be made publicly available through the City’s website and other platforms.

  • Plan Approval

    by AishaPaulsen, 7 months ago
    Approved

    The $1.2 million plan will rejuvenate the area, bringing the Queens Domain summit back to life for walkers, picnickers, cyclists and dog lovers.

    It includes three picnic pavilions that will blend into the natural surroundings, new toilets and improved parking and traffic management. Dog lovers will also be catered for, with dog bowls and taps added to one of the pavilions, keeping people’s pets watered and happy.

    The draft plan was approved with amendments – motor club events are considered to be not consistent with the values of the Queens Domain Summit Plan so will not be approved.

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    The $1.2 million plan will rejuvenate the area, bringing the Queens Domain summit back to life for walkers, picnickers, cyclists and dog lovers.

    It includes three picnic pavilions that will blend into the natural surroundings, new toilets and improved parking and traffic management. Dog lovers will also be catered for, with dog bowls and taps added to one of the pavilions, keeping people’s pets watered and happy.

    The draft plan was approved with amendments – motor club events are considered to be not consistent with the values of the Queens Domain Summit Plan so will not be approved.

    It is also noted that the Lower Summit and Twin Reservoirs are beyond the allocated budget restricting the project to the Upper Summit. Other opportunities will be investigated to implement this part of the project.


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  • The Survey

    by AishaPaulsen, 11 months ago
    Survey
    The City of Hobart will bring the Queens Domain summit back to life for walkers, picnickers, cyclists and dog lovers under a $1.2 million plan to rejuvenate the area.

    Please look over the Draft Queens Domain Summit Plan 2018 and answer a short survey to have your say. Some important documents in this plan include the site plan, pedestrian access plan and social spaces plan.
    Proposed are three architecturally-designed, picnic pavilions that blend into the natural surroundings, new toilets and improved parking and traffic management to inject new life into the Queens Domain summit area. Dog lovers will also be...

    The City of Hobart will bring the Queens Domain summit back to life for walkers, picnickers, cyclists and dog lovers under a $1.2 million plan to rejuvenate the area.

    Please look over the Draft Queens Domain Summit Plan 2018 and answer a short survey to have your say. Some important documents in this plan include the site plan, pedestrian access plan and social spaces plan.
    Proposed are three architecturally-designed, picnic pavilions that blend into the natural surroundings, new toilets and improved parking and traffic management to inject new life into the Queens Domain summit area. Dog lovers will also be catered for, with dog bowls and taps added to one of the pavilions, keeping people’s pets watered and happy.

    Please note, the survey is now closed.