Wyong Shire Council engaged Jackson Teece to prepare a Master Plan for land situated at the Wyong City Centre generally known as the Active River Foreshore Precinct and Baker Park Precinct. The document aims to assist Council and the community with directions to sustainably manage the River Foreshore and the Recreational Open Space Area over the next 20 years.

The Master Plan has been based upon the recommendations and strategies contained within the Wyong/ Tuggerah Planning Strategy - Urban Design Vision and Master Plan prepared Wyong Shire Council.

The involvement of the team since the inception of the project has ensured that issues have been integrated into the planning for the project from the outset.

The Master Plan report presents a preferred Master Plan concept for the Foreshore, Baker Park and adjoining land, in light of the governing legislation and policy, current user requirements and the aspirations of the community, private stakeholders as well as the Foreshore landowners - the NSW Government.

The Master Plan recognises the existing urban structure of the Precincts and identifies opportunities for cultural and economic growth while appropriately addressing significant historical, social and environmental considerations. It identifies opportunities to improve key elements in the urban structure of the Precincts including access and movement, land use and built form, open space and cultural heritage.

All of these factors have the potential to contribute to robust, vibrant and sustainable Precincts with strong linkages to Wyong City Centre and the wider region.