Randwick City Council is asking people to share their ideas for the future of their suburbs as part of the Vision 2040 community consultation program to develop a plan for how Randwick City will manage growth and change over the next two decades.
The consultation will inform Council’s Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS), which is a 20-year vision for land use across Randwick City. The Statement will also identify planning priorities to meet the changing needs of a growing population.
“We’re asking our residents what they love about where they live,” says Randwick Mayor Kathy Neilson. “More than anyone, the people who are best placed to identify the unique qualities and character of a place are the people who live and work there.
“We want to tap into this expertise and encourage people to participate in the three workshops that will help us determine what our LGA will look like over the next 20 years.”
Council is also seeking feedback from the community through online surveys, interactive maps and workshops to identify the way suburbs have changed and improved and what improvements still need to be made.
Community workshops will be held on:
- Saturday 30 March, Randwick Community Centre
- Wednesday 3 April, Prince Henry Community Centre
- Thursday 4 April, Lionel Bowen Library and Community Centre
To get involved in the consultation and to register for a workshop visit Yoursay - Vision 2040Back to top