We are seeking feedback on a new lease/licence, future new projects, and new landscaping associated with Heathcote River dredging within Radley Park.

Project status: Analysis & reporting
Open for feedback: 16th March 2018 - 18th April 2018

Consultation has now closed

Consultation on Heathcote River dredging landscape plan has now closed. People were able to provide feedback from Friday 16 March 2018 to Wednesday 18 April 2018.

During this time we heard from 62 individuals and groups. You can read their feedback below in relation to the Heathcote River dredging landscape plan.  Feedback for the lease/licence area and Radley Park landscape plan will be available in the near future.

A report will be presented to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board on Monday 30 April 2018 for approval of this plan.

Heathcote River dredging landscape plan feedback received [PDF, 4.8 MB]


Radley Park

We have been approached by Roimata Food Commons with a proposal for a lease and license area within Radley Park. They would like to use this area for raised planter and garden beds. All work in the proposed leased/license area is intended to be funded by this community group, who are also interested in future projects in the park that are currently unfunded.

For more information on the Roimata Food Commons, please visit their Facebook page.(external link)

Also included are landscape plans for Heathcote River dredging.

Landscape plan 1 [PDF, 1.2 MB]

Heathcote River dredging landscape plans 2, 3, 4, 5 [PDF, 5.8 MB]

What can you provide feedback on?

  • The proposed 400m2 lease/license area that Roimata Food Commons have requested
  • The upgrade of the dog agility area in the park
  • The landscaping proposed following the Heathcote River dredging
  • Future (currently unfunded) projects that Roimata Food Commons are interested in progressing. Nature play area, river connections, education centre structure and riparian planting.

Consultation leaflet [PDF, 7.2 MB]

Radley Park landscape plan – plan 1

Roimata food commons

The Roimata Food Commons group is a volunteer group who would like to see the creation of the Roimata/Woolston Community Hub in Radley Park. This group have already been involved in the existing planting of fruit trees and native plantings within Radley Park. 

The vision for Roimata is to create a mulit-faceted community hub with fruit and berry orchards and large beds to grow vegetables and herbs. The produce from the orc