The Parks and Recreation Strategy forms part of the Council’s strategic framework. It is one of eight key strategies and has been developed to complement the other seven strategies as shown in Figure 1. This consistent approach ensures that the strategies work together to deliver a range of community outcomes for Dunedin.
Integration with other strategies
A number of the other strategies identify priorities and initiatives that will support and complement the actions and objectives of the Parks and Recreation Strategy. Examples include:
- Arts and Culture Strategy: events and activities and public art initiatives
- Environment Strategy: pest control, climate change and biodiversity initiatives
- Social Wellbeing Strategy: priorities relating to healthy, safe and connected people in Dunedin
- Economic Development Strategy: provision of amenities and services which make Dunedin attractive and safe for living and working
- Integrated Transport Strategy: cycle and public transport initiatives
Such related initiatives will be coordinated with the actions from the Parks and Recreation Strategy. This will ensure that the Council takes a holistic approach to the planning, development and management of the city’s sport and recreation activities and the park and open space network.
Figure 1 Strategic Framework - The Council’s strategic framework. The framework sets the city’s strategic priorities and, through the Annual Plan and Long Term Plan processes, guides the resourcing required to deliver on these priorities
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