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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
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Hurunui Reserve is due for development and the Council have put together a proposed concept plan. We want to hear your thoughts and your feedback will be taken on board to establish a final concept for development later this year.
The concept for Hurunui Reserve focusses on providing a small football goal. The football goal is not intended for a full game, but as a fun community facility for young children and families to meet and kick a ball around.
A picnic area is also included in the concept. This would be a shaded space to meet and relax, surrounded by natural play elements for young children to climb and explore.
Council would like to see a network of different activities across the reserves in this area of Pegasus, providing a range of recreation opportunities for the community. These reserves include the existing playground at Karen Eastwood Memorial Reserve, and two undeveloped reserves, Maunga Tere Reserve and Poutini Reserve.
Council staff have identified possible future development opportunities for the undeveloped reserves, and considered these when designing Hurunui Reserve. Consultation on other reserves will be undertaken should funding become available in the future.
If you would like to know more about the concept or the ideas for other nearby reserves, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 965 468 (0800 WMK GOV). You can tell us what you think by filling out an online survey.
Please tell us what you think by5pm, Friday 21 June 2019.