The Narromine Aerodrome is a world class recreational flying facility, having changed usage over the years from initially an airstrip for a local farmer in 1919 to the RAAF Elementary Flying School in 1940 to the facility it is today.
A consultant was appointed by Council in 1994 to prepare a strategic plan to guide future developments in and around the Aerodrome to firstly protect the facility and secondly to encourage appropriate developments within its boundaries. In 2015 Council revised the original strategy and developed the Narromine Aerodrome Strategic and Master Plan in consultation with the Aerodrome users and the community to guide development in the Aerodrome precinct for the following 25 years.
The Narromine Aerodrome Strategic and Master Plan aims to:
- Investigate options for short, medium and long-term development on the Aerodrome.
- Identify and assess the planning constraints surrounding the development.
- Provide recommendations on potential development areas, desired development types and development control measures for the area to ensure the long term viability of the site and to ensure it best serves the community.
- Provide the nexus between Council’s strategic direction and the local Economic Development Committee to facilitate economic growth in the Narromine
Local Government Area.
Please click on the link below to see the current document.
|Narromine Aerodrome Strategic & Master Plan Document|