Woombye placemaking - Blackall Street streetscape project

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Council is proposing to deliver streetscape improvements in Blackall Street as part of its Streetscape Capital Works Program. The project team are seeking ideas and feedback from the community to develop recommendations for the design of the street, and priorities for its improvement.

Purpose

Council is seeking the Woombye community’s ideas to help develop a concept plan for Blackall Street that will be presented for community feedback in February 2020. Council has committed $75,000 this financial year (2020/21) for planning and design work and $450,000 next financial year (2021/22) for construction of the streetscape in Woombye, subject to future capital works budget approval.

Community engagement

How can you get involved and have your say?

  • Come along to the sausage sizzle and tree giveaway at the School of Arts Hall on Saturday 14 November 8-11am.
  • Business owners can attend ‘Cheers and Ideas’ at the Criterion Hotel on Thursday 12 November. Come along any time 5-7pm.
  • Complete the online survey. Closes Friday 27 November.

Where to from here

The ideas and feedback received in this first stage of engagement will be used to develop a streetscape concept plan. The community will be able to provide feedback on this. The next stages of engagement are:

  • Stage 2 Engagement, Have we got it right? February 2021. You will be invited to provide feedback on the draft Concept Plan.
  • Stage 3 Engagement, Presenting the Plan, March 2021. The final plan will be made available to the community for information.

Overview

Funded through the Streetscape Capital Works Program, council seeks to design and deliver a streetscape upgrade for Blackall Street through a placemaking process.

Placemaking is an approach to engage and collaborate with communities to create meaningful and vibrant places that reflect their values.

Contacts

For more information, please contact council’s Place Design Office on (07) 5420 8046 or email placemaking@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

Council is proposing to deliver streetscape improvements in Blackall Street as part of its Streetscape Capital Works Program. The project team are seeking ideas and feedback from the community to develop recommendations for the design of the street, and priorities for its improvement.

Purpose

Council is seeking the Woombye community’s ideas to help develop a concept plan for Blackall Street that will be presented for community feedback in February 2020. Council has committed $75,000 this financial year (2020/21) for planning and design work and $450,000 next financial year (2021/22) for construction of the streetscape in Woombye, subject to future capital works budget approval.

Community engagement

How can you get involved and have your say?

  • Come along to the sausage sizzle and tree giveaway at the School of Arts Hall on Saturday 14 November 8-11am.
  • Business owners can attend ‘Cheers and Ideas’ at the Criterion Hotel on Thursday 12 November. Come along any time 5-7pm.
  • Complete the online survey. Closes Friday 27 November.

Where to from here

The ideas and feedback received in this first stage of engagement will be used to develop a streetscape concept plan. The community will be able to provide feedback on this. The next stages of engagement are:

  • Stage 2 Engagement, Have we got it right? February 2021. You will be invited to provide feedback on the draft Concept Plan.
  • Stage 3 Engagement, Presenting the Plan, March 2021. The final plan will be made available to the community for information.

Overview

Funded through the Streetscape Capital Works Program, council seeks to design and deliver a streetscape upgrade for Blackall Street through a placemaking process.

Placemaking is an approach to engage and collaborate with communities to create meaningful and vibrant places that reflect their values.

Contacts

For more information, please contact council’s Place Design Office on (07) 5420 8046 or email placemaking@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.