Council has published plans (pictured below) for the long awaited toilet amenity at Little Manly Point. The location chosen meets several criteria for a public toilet. It is close to a road and carpark, enabling passive surveillance as well as wheeled access for anyone who might need it. It is adjacent to a busy path and easily visible, yet not intrusive, for park and playground users. The area also makes construction easy as it is a flat area, no trees and close to power, water and sewage infrastructure. We look forward to the speedy construction of this much needed amenity after the consultation period.
Check it out and have your say here.
Local playground users are very excited to see the plans (below) that will hopefully improve the utility and amenity of the current playground. Replacement of the boundary fence with a safety fence and improved landscaping with the inclusion of the nature trail are highlights. Everyone welcomes the addition of a picnic table and additional seating.
Maybe Council should reconsider the proposed location of the bike rack and include some racks for small kids bikes and leave the plinth where it is. Fingers crossed that Council will remove all the weedy scratchy Lomandra and tree sucklings that surround the playground and open the area up with some turf or other surface.
Details and have your say [here] (https://yoursay.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/little-manly-point-playground-upgrade-and-new-amenities)