The NPA have a long history in advocating for our Bushland and Flat Rock Gully in particular. We were instrumental in the tip closure and regeneration of the bushland. We successfully advocated strongly against the Beaches Link project and we are pleased to confirm that the proposal has now been officially Withdrawn from the Planning System. Our work continues across Naremburn and Willoughby to ensure that our bushland is protected and thrives into the future.
Submission due by 5pm 19th October: Flat Rock Gully Reserve Action Plan
Click here to see the draft reserve action plan and make a submission via the survey linked
NPA have prepared a draft feedback and welcome you feedback below (all comments are only visible to members) or via the secretary inbox. Please also complete the survey and ask that a more extensive survey’s and detailed Plan of Management is completed for this important area.
To see NPA’s Draft Response click here
Contaminated Land Investigations
The NPA have advocated for many years that the landfill site at Bicentennial Reserve/ Flat Rock Gully needs to be better assessed and managed. Following investigations associated with the Beaches Link Project we have been notified by council that the area has formally been registered with the EPA as Contaminated Land under the Contaminated Lands Act. Council Advised on the 13th October 2023 that the site was being registered and that council are required to develop a plan and further inspections. The letter can be found here.
More information about Council’s Investigation’s can be found here
2022 Bushland Plan of Management
To view NPA’s Submission click here
To view the final Bushland Plan of Management click here
2020 Bicentennial Reserve Plan of Management
To view the submission click here
To view the NPA Submission click here
To view the final Bicentennial Reserve Plan of Management click here