Plans of Management

The Local Government Act, 1993 requires that all public land owned by Council be classified as either community land or operational land. Council must have a plan of management for all community land, this is to ensure that an endorsed framework guides the operation and development of these community resources.

Plans of Management are public documents, and as such require stakeholders to be involved in their formation. A process of research and community consultation provides opportunities for community participation and involvement, establishing a sense of ownership in stakeholders and contributing to the ongoing success of the plans.

Plans of Management assist Council to budget and source funds for the future maintenance, improvement and development of community land. Each plan provides Council with a current survey of its resources, a guideline for expenditure and plans for the development of open space.

To view Liverpool City Council's Plans of Management (POM) please click on the following highlighted links: