(This petition was submitted in the form of a hard copy petition as well as an ePetition.)
Governance sent an email to the lead petitioner in relation to the acknowledgement and closure of the ePetition on 2 October 2018 (internal ECM Document Number 10253559).
Governance sent a further email to the lead petitioner on 2 October 2018 acknowledging that the City had also received the hard copy petition (internal ECM Document Number 10253559).
The Parks and Sustainability Business Unit wrote to the lead petitioner on 10 October 2018 advising that the City will provide an update on assessment progress within six weeks of the completed application being received (internal ECM Document Number 10281098).
A report is included in the Community and Resources Committee agenda for 27 November 2018 to consider potential community garden sites for community consultation.
The Parks and Sustainability Business Unit emailed the lead petitioner on 16 November 2018 to advise the City has received a community garden application and the report is available on the City's website at the following link:- https://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/your-city/about-council/council-meetings/minutes-and-agendas.
At its meeting held on 24 December 2018 Council resolved (Council Resolution Number 1218/006) as follows:-
“1. That community consultation be APPROVED for a proposed community garden at the Portion of Lot 7366, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley (currently within the leased area of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club) site.
2. That a report be PRESENTED to Council on the outcomes of community consultation.”
Community consultation commenced on 22 February 2019 and concludes on 22 March 2019. An onsite information session was held with the community on 9 March 2019 at the Inglewood Bowls Club. Following the outcomes of the community consultation, a report was be presented to the 7 May 2019 Community and Resources Committee meeting.
At its meeting held 14 May 2019, Council resolved (Council Resolution Number 0519/005) as follows:-
"1. That Council ENDORSES the Inglewood Community Garden application.
2. That Council EXCISES the proposed site from the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club leased area.
3. That Council CONSIDERS listing $20,000 of capital seed funding in the 2019/2020 budget for the development of the Community Garden at Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club site."
This petition is now considered closed.