Past Consultation

Read about the outcomes of projects where community engagement is now closed.

Read about the outcomes of projects where community engagement is now closed.

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  • Managing Waste in the Future

    over 7 years ago
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    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    Sunshine Coast Council needs your help identifying ways we can manage our household waste that are easy to do, cost effective and kind to the environment. Due to changes in state government policy and planning for a new domestic waste contract in 2014, it's time to review the way we manage our rubbish.

    There are a number of factors for us to consider and we would like to hear your ideas about how we can all manage waste in the future by adding your ideas and comments to our online forum and taking five minutes to complete our online survey.

    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    Sunshine Coast Council needs your help identifying ways we can manage our household waste that are easy to do, cost effective and kind to the environment. Due to changes in state government policy and planning for a new domestic waste contract in 2014, it's time to review the way we manage our rubbish.

    There are a number of factors for us to consider and we would like to hear your ideas about how we can all manage waste in the future by adding your ideas and comments to our online forum and taking five minutes to complete our online survey.

  • PLACE+ Beerwah

    over 7 years ago
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    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    Your place... it's important to you and important to us. PLACE+ is an exciting new investment in the town centres, villages and transport corridors across the Sunshine Coast. It is a compilation of programs focused on delivering high quality public spaces for people to enjoy and experience. Beerwah has been chosen as the first community to be funded under the PLACE+ program.

    If you live or work in and around Beerwah, we want your thoughts and ideas about your area, what's important to you and how you think we can best create the type of place that you want to live in.

    Join the online discussion, fill out a survey, attend a community forum... there are many ways you can have your say and we're listening.

    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    Your place... it's important to you and important to us. PLACE+ is an exciting new investment in the town centres, villages and transport corridors across the Sunshine Coast. It is a compilation of programs focused on delivering high quality public spaces for people to enjoy and experience. Beerwah has been chosen as the first community to be funded under the PLACE+ program.

    If you live or work in and around Beerwah, we want your thoughts and ideas about your area, what's important to you and how you think we can best create the type of place that you want to live in.

    Join the online discussion, fill out a survey, attend a community forum... there are many ways you can have your say and we're listening.

  • Rural Futures...We're Listening!

    almost 8 years ago
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    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    Sunshine Coast Regional Council invites you to its Rural Futures online community forum so it can hear your ideas and better understand from your experiences, exactly what it is like to live and work in the Hinterland, as well as, what you think it should be like to live and work in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, now and in the future.

    We want you to express your ideas and views across all the Rural Futures discussion topics in our online discussion forum. Read what others are saying, listen to their experiences and ideas and create the conversation.

    Have Your Say...We're Listening!

    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    Sunshine Coast Regional Council invites you to its Rural Futures online community forum so it can hear your ideas and better understand from your experiences, exactly what it is like to live and work in the Hinterland, as well as, what you think it should be like to live and work in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, now and in the future.

    We want you to express your ideas and views across all the Rural Futures discussion topics in our online discussion forum. Read what others are saying, listen to their experiences and ideas and create the conversation.

    Have Your Say...We're Listening!

  • Zooming into 2030

    by SCRC Admin, over 1 year ago
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    In 2010, the Sunshine Coast held a photographic competition titled Zooming into 2030.  Through the eyes of children, young adults and those a little older, over 200 entries were received and assist in mapping out a clear vision for the future—responsible growth, a healthy environment and a solid community.  The images and captions represent our community’s hopes and dreams for the future of the Sunshine Coast.

    The majority of images and captions used in the Community Plan have been contributed through the Zooming into 2030 project.  Council has created a flickr photo page where you can view all of the images.

    Do you want to zoom into 2030?  If you have an image or a good idea for one that represents what you want to retain on the Coast or what's missing, then we would like to hear from you.  Please send your images to zooming@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au, and also include a caption (no more than 25 words) that starts with "In 2030 I hope that ....."

    In 2010, the Sunshine Coast held a photographic competition titled Zooming into 2030.  Through the eyes of children, young adults and those a little older, over 200 entries were received and assist in mapping out a clear vision for the future—responsible growth, a healthy environment and a solid community.  The images and captions represent our community’s hopes and dreams for the future of the Sunshine Coast.

    The majority of images and captions used in the Community Plan have been contributed through the Zooming into 2030 project.  Council has created a flickr photo page where you can view all of the images.

    Do you want to zoom into 2030?  If you have an image or a good idea for one that represents what you want to retain on the Coast or what's missing, then we would like to hear from you.  Please send your images to zooming@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au, and also include a caption (no more than 25 words) that starts with "In 2030 I hope that ....."

  • Community engaged in looking forward to 2030

    over 8 years ago
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    The preparation of the Sunshine Coast Community Plan has involved considerable input from local residents. It began with an extensive analysis of feedback obtained over the last five years from previous research and community consultation activities.

    Further information was derived from an independent survey of 800 people and a two day community conference held in October 2010, which was attended by a wide range of Sunshine Coast community representatives and stakeholders.

    The community appreciates that there are difficult choices and major debates ahead as we try to balance the competing pressures for economic development, environmental protection and a more equitable society.  Our community has also made it clear that it wants to participate and its voice to be heard in these future debates.

    Join the debate, add your thoughts and ideas to the online discussion forum and help shape our Community Plan and our region.

    The preparation of the Sunshine Coast Community Plan has involved considerable input from local residents. It began with an extensive analysis of feedback obtained over the last five years from previous research and community consultation activities.

    Further information was derived from an independent survey of 800 people and a two day community conference held in October 2010, which was attended by a wide range of Sunshine Coast community representatives and stakeholders.

    The community appreciates that there are difficult choices and major debates ahead as we try to balance the competing pressures for economic development, environmental protection and a more equitable society.  Our community has also made it clear that it wants to participate and its voice to be heard in these future debates.

    Join the debate, add your thoughts and ideas to the online discussion forum and help shape our Community Plan and our region.

  • Sunshine Coast Community Plan - looking forward to 2030

    over 8 years ago

    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    The Sunshine Coast Community Plan documents our community's vision, values and aspirations and you now have the opportunity to contribute to the plan and shape the future of our region.

    The Community Plan recognises that we are a community of communities and acknowledges and respects our unique environment, our rich heritage, our diverse people and our shared values.

    You're invited to have your say in the Community Plan online discussion forum and contribute your thoughts and ideas for the future. By participating you will help create a long term vision for our region and develop the capacity of the region to respond to change, challenges and opportunities over the next 20 years.

    Get to it and have your say!

    This consultation has closed, however, you are still able to view all comments and access project documents.

    The Sunshine Coast Community Plan documents our community's vision, values and aspirations and you now have the opportunity to contribute to the plan and shape the future of our region.

    The Community Plan recognises that we are a community of communities and acknowledges and respects our unique environment, our rich heritage, our diverse people and our shared values.

    You're invited to have your say in the Community Plan online discussion forum and contribute your thoughts and ideas for the future. By participating you will help create a long term vision for our region and develop the capacity of the region to respond to change, challenges and opportunities over the next 20 years.

    Get to it and have your say!