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Telegraph Point, Rollands Plains & Neighbouring Communities Community Plan

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Council is working in partnership with local communities to develop localised Community Plans, and we want to hear from you!

Community Plans:

  • help Council and community explore concepts of place, character and liveability;
  • identify a community’s strengths and assets;
  • enable Council to understand the issues and priorities for each community and assess these priorities in relationship to Council’s annual Operational Plan development; and
  • encourage community-led place development.
Council is currently developing a Community Plan for Telegraph Point and Rollands Plains and neighboring suburbs.

There are a number of ways that you can have a say in how your community develops in the future:

  1. Complete the survey on our Have Your Say webpage
  2. Contribute Your Ideas at Our Community Think Tanks

We will be holding two community Think Tanks where together we will be developing a vision for your community and identifying the key priorities that you would like to see happen within your community over the next 3-5 years.

Please join us:

Think Tank 1

When: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Thursday May 16, 2019

Where: Telegraph Point School of Arts Community Hall, 7 Cooperabung Drive, Telegraph Point 

 

Think Tank 2

When: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Thursday May 30, 2019

Where: Telegraph Point School of Arts Community Hall, 7 Cooperabung Drive, Telegraph Point 

 

Following the Think Tank workshops, a Community-Council Action Team (C-CAT) for the local community will be established who will work together to draft a Community Plan, including an Action Plan for your area. This Plan will then go out to the community for further input and feedback before being endorsed by Council.

 If you would like to shape the future direction of your community, consider becoming a member of the Lake Cathie C-Cat. Find out more and complete a nomination form.

 

This page was last updated on: 10 April 2019