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The Moorabool Shire has engaged @leisure Planners to prepare an Open Space Strategy. This strategy will provide clear directions about improving open space planning and management and priorities for development across the Shire, especially new residential developments.
Key outputs of the strategy will include:
You can read the brief by clicking here.
Council is seeking input from residents and community groups into this strategy. We would like to know:
A range of community organisations will be interviewed for this project.
The Locality Analysis Report has been sent to Council and we currently await their feedback.
The Preliminary Directions Report has been sent to Council and we currently await their feedback.
@leisure are currently preparing a locality analysis and a draft strategy, that addresses the key open space issues. We expect to submit a preliminary draft for Council's review in the coming weeks.
@leisure have recently undertaken a councillor workshop and are currently undertaking the locality analysis which includes a focus on township of Ballan as a part of the broader strategy and as an extension of the project.
@leisure have completed the locality analysis, the preliminary issues development and the additional interviews as part of the stakeholder engagement process.
@leisure have completed a profile review of the demographics of the Moorabool Shire Council and have now also commenced the stakeholder engagement and locality analysis part of the project.
@leisure have completed a series of staff workshops on specific topics listed in the brief, prepared a proposed classification system and inventory of open space, and a GIS layer. We have also undertaken site inspections of existing open spaces in Darley and Hopetoun Park.
The supply assessment, and issues analysis will continue into the new year.
Please contact the Moorabool Shire Council's office on (03) 5366 7100.
The project is expected to be completed by mid 2021.
Ph: (+61) 03 9326 1662
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