Have Your Say
Central Goldfields – Your Community 2030
Funded by the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund, Central Goldfields Shire Council has engaged Local Logic Place to work with residents to develop 10 year community plans that reflect the uniqueness and priorities of the eight communities and districts of Maryborough, Bealiba, Carisbrook, Dunolly, Talbot, Majorca, Bet Bet and Timor.
How can I get involved?
We want to hear what is needed to make your community a great place to live - now and into the future. Residents can share their views in a number of ways, by:
- Attending a community listening post
- Completing an online survey
- Filling in a postcard
- Attending a drop-in session
- Taking part in a community workshop
Click here for a detailed overview of Central Goldfields – Your Community 2030 and the community planning activities.
One of the community planning activities is a series of drop-in sessions during November and December 2019. Click here for dates and locations.
Residents can also share their ideas by completing the Your Community 2030 Online Survey
For regular updates, click to sign up for the Central Goldfields – Your Community 2030 newsletter.
For further information on Central Goldfields – Your Community 2030, contact Lisa McCoy of Local Logic Place on 0428 644 070 or email email@example.com
Recreation and Open Space Strategy 2020–2029
Central Goldfields Shire Council is developing a Recreation and Open Space Strategy 2020–2029 to guide Council and the community in the provision of, investment in and delivery of open space, sport and active recreation spaces, facilities, services and opportunities in the Shire. Otium Planning Group have been engaged to assist in the development of the plan.
We wish to work in conjunction with the community to identify future facility and service needs. You can be involved by:
- Completing a Public Survey
- Completing a Club and Organisation Survey
Click here for more detail and to access the surveys.
For further information on the Recreation and Open Space Strategy 2020–2029, contact Robyn Bowen of Otium Planning Group on 0438 053 935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Population, Housing and Residential Settlement Strategy
Central Goldfields Shire Council is undertaking a Population, Housing and Residential Settlement Strategy. The purpose of the strategy is to provide direction for residential growth and form under a range of growth scenarios, in order to meet the anticipated needs of the Shire’s population from 2020-2035.
Council has engaged Spatial Economics to undertake research and data analysis to provide an evidence base for decisions about how and where future residential growth should be directed. A short paper covering key issues to consider will be available for reading, along with background documents for those who want to study the detail.
How can I get involved?
Interested community members are invited to participate in the formation of the strategy by attending a drop-in session, reading background information and completing a survey.
Click here for more information, including drop-in session dates and locations, and access to the survey.
For further information on the Population, Housing and Residential Settlement Strategy, contact Philip Schier, Manager Strategy and Economic Development, on 5461 0610 or email email@example.com