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East Esplanade Landscape Plan

This consultation has concluded.

We are seeking comments on the planned improvements to the iconic reserve at East Esplanade, Manly, to make it more resilient to the high public use.

We are seeking comments on the planned improvements to the iconic reserve at East Esplanade, Manly, to make it more resilient to the high public use.

This consultation has concluded.
  • Plan Adopted

    28 days ago

    At the Council meeting on Tuesday 19 December 2017, Council adopted the landscape plan for East Esplanade and resolved to commence implementation in February 2018.

    View the minutes (Item 9.1, page 14)

    Thank you to everyone who viewed the plans and participated in the community engagement on this project.

    At the Council meeting on Tuesday 19 December 2017, Council adopted the landscape plan for East Esplanade and resolved to commence implementation in February 2018.

    View the minutes (Item 9.1, page 14)

    Thank you to everyone who viewed the plans and participated in the community engagement on this project.

  • Get Involved

    3 months ago

    We have developed a concept plan for the East Esplanade and we invite you to have a look and give us your comments.

    View the

    We are hosting a community drop in session where we would like to hear your views on the improvements planned for East Esplanade. Join us on site on Saturday 11 November from 9am - 1pm.

    Have Your Say

    • In person at the on site drop in session on Saturday 11 November 2017 from 9am-1pm
    • Online
    • In writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, 2099
    Enquiries to the Senior Landscape Architect on 1300 434 434

    Comments closed Sunday 3 December 2017

    We have developed a concept plan for the East Esplanade and we invite you to have a look and give us your comments.

    View the

    We are hosting a community drop in session where we would like to hear your views on the improvements planned for East Esplanade. Join us on site on Saturday 11 November from 9am - 1pm.

    Have Your Say

    • In person at the on site drop in session on Saturday 11 November 2017 from 9am-1pm
    • Online
    • In writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, 2099
    Enquiries to the Senior Landscape Architect on 1300 434 434

    Comments closed Sunday 3 December 2017
  • Background

    3 months ago

    East Esplanade is part of the iconic gateway into the Northern Beaches. As a landscape setting, it provides considerable public amenity via its promenade, open grassed recreation area, significant tree canopy, and it is a popular meeting point.

    As part of this project we will be looking at the open space, the footpath network, trees and canopy cover plus the historic elements of the site.

    The proposed landscape works address several key issues at the site, including:
    • management of surface runoff across the park;
    • sustainable tree canopy growth and public recreation use within the park;
    • capacity of the public toilets to serve the needs of the public during weekends and during events; and
    • protection of significant historic elements within the park.

    East Esplanade is part of the iconic gateway into the Northern Beaches. As a landscape setting, it provides considerable public amenity via its promenade, open grassed recreation area, significant tree canopy, and it is a popular meeting point.

    As part of this project we will be looking at the open space, the footpath network, trees and canopy cover plus the historic elements of the site.

    The proposed landscape works address several key issues at the site, including:
    • management of surface runoff across the park;
    • sustainable tree canopy growth and public recreation use within the park;
    • capacity of the public toilets to serve the needs of the public during weekends and during events; and
    • protection of significant historic elements within the park.