Date(s) - 17 Apr 2018
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Tam O'Shanter Golf Club
George Town Coastal Communities Management Group
The George Town Coastal Communities Management Group is the key driver and network for the coastal communities of Hillwood through to Bellingham and those with an interest are invited to attend the next meeting. The Group would appreciate hearing about any new works or initiatives you have in mind. Tamar NRM will play an enabling role.
The next meeting is be held:
Where: Tam O’Shanter Golf Club
Date: Tuesday 17th April 2018
Time: Meeting 10.30 am – 12.30
Lunch (provided): 12.30 – 1.30 pm
Who: Coastal Communities of Bellbuoy Beach, Beechford, Low Head, Lulworth, Tam O’Shanter, Hillwood, Weymouth and Bellingham, George Town Council, Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service, Crown Land Services and Tamar NRM. Greens Beach and Kelso Groups (standing invitation).
- New Landcare Groups (Introduction)
- Ongoing Activity Agreement
- Implementation schedule – Signing off on ongrounds works
- (Lulworth, Weymouth and Beechford all have agreements, outlining projects they wish to achieve)
- Pipers River Erosion Project (update by the Task Force)
- Interpretation signage renewal
- George Town Council – Coastal Action Plan funding aquitted.
Followed by Lunch and networking
The Action Plan is a non-statutory document that aims to preserve the natural values of the George Town coastal region by addressing management issues in a coordinated and systematic manner. This Plan covers the Coastal Reserves, Recreation Reserves and some areas of unallocated Crown Land in the coastal areas of Bellbuoy Beach, Beechford, Low Head, Lulworth, Tam O’Shanter, Hillwood, Weymouth and Bellingham.
The Plan, Action Plan update and Summary Document are all available off the Tamar NRM website under the “Reports” Tab:
Enquiries: Ian Sauer (Working Group Chairman)
0407 046 346