Marcoola North Foreshore and Lorraine Avenue precinct is undergoing a master planning process.
Council is inviting the Marcoola community to 'Have Your Say' as part of this master planning process. Your feedback will deliver valuable insights for development of the foreshore park and streetscape.
Council plans to engage with the community to undertake a holistic approach to planning and design of the area. The final plan will guide future projects including asset renewals in the foreshore parkland and a future placemaking project focusing on improvements in Lorraine Avenue. Importantly the masterplan will provide strong direction based on community values to guide future planning and capital works projects in the study area.
The precinct masterplan will be developed in four phases:
- Phase 1 – Values and visioning – What do you love and value? What is your future vision?
- Phase 2 – Making a plan – Developing a draft masterplan from the values and visioning
- Phase 3 – Have we got it right? - Have your say on the draft master plan
- Phase 4 – Finishing and staging – Finalising the master plan
Have your say by completing the survey further below.
Where to from here
The phase 1 community engagement is open from Friday 10 December 2021 to Friday 21 January 2022. Some of the ways you can have your say include:
- Meeting Council at the markets:
- Marcoola night markets planned for Friday evening 10 December 2021 (completed).
- Attending the community workshop - planned for Surfair on Wednesday evening 15 December 2021 (completed).
- Completing the survey below
- Writing Council an email
- Visiting the project website.
Some of the key questions we want to know in phase 1 are:
- What do you love?
- What would you keep?
- What would you change?
- What is your vision for the precinct?
If events change or are rescheduled this page will be updated.
Council seeks to design and deliver a masterplan for the Marcoola North Precinct. The project will be funded by the Streetscape Capital Works Program and Minor Capital Works Program. This includes a streetscape upgrade for Lorraine Avenue guided by placemaking.
Placemaking is a process to engage and collaborate with communities. This ensures meaningful and vibrant places are created that reflect their values.
For more information, please contact Council’s Placemaking and Design Office on (07) 5420 8046 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.