Trimble park

Two Inglewood parks - Joe Gibbs Reserve and Trimble Park - could soon be linked thanks to a gift of land from farm owner John Clark.

The gift includes a request that New Plymouth District Council (NPDC) grant Mr Clark a right-of-way easement accross the existing NPDC reserve (Trimble Park - Section 2 SO 14870) and gifted land to improve access to his farm. 

The proposed right-of-way will enable vehicle access from Standish Street (between Kohanga Reo and 55 Standish Street) to the farm at 1629 Mountain Road (Part Section 1 Moa District) through the provisions of section 48 of the Reserves Act 1977.

The right of way will not affect future pedestrian access through the land between Joe Gibbs Reserve and Trimble Park, and it might provide pedestrian access to a new part of the reserve across the Kurapete Stream.

A final decision on the approval of the right of way is subject to consideration of objections and submissions from the public. 

Right of way proposed through Trimble Park (Trimble Park with blue highlight)

Gifted land and right of way (gifted land in yellow outline)

Make a submission 

Anyone can make a submission on or object to any aspect of the proposal, and they should say if they want to be heard at a hearing.

Submissions and objections should be made in writing and addressed to the Senior Administration Officer – Parks and received no later than 4pm on Monday, 30 April 2018.

  • Post to New Plymouth District Council, Private Bag 2025, New Plymouth 4342
  • Hand deliver to the Civic Centre, Liardet Street, New Plymouth
  • Email to enquiries@npdc.govt.nz
  • Or submit online
For further information or queries, please call us on 06-759 6060
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