Frimley Park is 19.7808ha in size and located within the suburb of Frimley, Hastings.
The Park is primarily classified as a Recreation Reserve in terms of the Reserves Act 1977, with two smaller sections containing water infrastructure classified as Local Purpose (Network Utility). The Park is owned and managed by Hastings District Council.
The Park was gifted to the Hastings Borough Council in 1951 by Elsie Williams on behalf of her siblings, in memory of her parents James and Mary Williams.
The Park is in two parts: the land known as Frimley Park and a separate section on the corner of Pakowhai Road and Frimley Road.
The Park has an open spacious feeling with widely spaced trees allowing views through the Park. It contains a number of facilities and amenities including: rose gardens; sunken garden and memorial; playground; toilet block; sportsfields and changing block; and Frimley Aquatic Centre. A water treatment plant and reservoir have recently been constructed on the boundary with Hastings Girls High School. A path network connects access points at Frimley Road and Lyndhurst Road to the amenities within the Park. Parking is provided on the roads surrounding the Park with no vehicle access within the Park. Dogs are permitted on leash in the Park, except for around the playground.
Please note, submissions, including the submitters' names, will be public documents on Council's website. Contact details of submitters will remain confidential.
Officers will be available to discuss the Draft Frimley Park Reserve Management Plan at a drop-in session on:
Sunday 31 July 2022, 10.30am - 12:30pm at the Frimley Park Playground (if wet Frimley School).
Submission hearing dates to be advised.
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