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East Point Reserve Advisory Committee

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East Point Reserve is one of the largest reserves within the Darwin municipality boasting 200 hectares of green space and recreational areas. Management of the Reserve aims to balance its ecological, cultural and historic values whilst providing recreational areas for everyone to enjoy.

 

Purpose

The East Point Reserve Advisory Committee has been established as an Advisory Committee in accordance with Section 55 of the Local Government Act 2008. Its purpose is to provide advice to Council on matters outlined in the Committee’s roles and functions. The Committee will provide recommendations to Council to enable an informed decision to be made on the management of East Point Reserve.

The East Point Reserve Advisory Committee operates to advocate, advise and support Council’s approach to management of East Point Reserve in accordance with the East Point Reserve Biodiversity Management Plan. 

The Committee will:

Consider officer’s reports and provide a recommended course of action to Council to determine matters related to the East Point Reserve; and
Provide a forum to enable complex issues related to the East Point Reserve to be discussed at length or any other matters.

 

Membership

Committee Members comprises of 18 stakeholder organisational and community representatives.

Terms of Reference

East Point Reserve Advisory Committee - Terms of Reference

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