The Dickson Centre Planning Project is now in progress. This project will guide the future of urban planning in the Dickson centre.
Details of recent and upcoming opportunities for you to have your say are outlined below.
The design workshop:
- When: Thursday 24 September 2009 (5.30pm – 8.00pm)
- Where: Dickson Tradies (Housie Hall), off Dickson Place, Dickson
- RSVP: To assist with catering please RSVP by COB Tuesday 22 September 2009 to Purdon Associates on 02 6257 1511 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The design workshop is open to lessees, business owners, local residents, community organisations and anyone with an interest in the centre.
The workshop will consider different options for the future development of the centre including land use, building height and density, potential locations for a supermarket/s, possible changes to the road hierarchy and movement arrangements, the location of open space and so forth.
This is your opportunity to suggest planning and design options.
In order to assist with catering please RSVP by COB Tuesday 22 September 2009 to Purdon Associates on 02 6257 1511 or email@example.com
What’s happened so far?
Community consultation so far has involved a vision workshop on Tuesday 25 August 2009, at which the project approach was discussed. Participants also worked towards creating a vision for the Dickson centre. A community information display was set up on Tuesday 8 September 2009 outside Woolworths in Dickson, giving the community the opportunity to drop by and have their say on the draft vision developed at the vision workshop. The outcomes of the workshop can be found on the ACTPLA website. The outcomes of the community information display are still being collated and will be posted on the website in coming days.
More information on the Dickson Centre Planning Project can be obtained directly from the external consultants Purdon Associations via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 6257-1511.
Outcomes of the workshop and further Information is also available on the ACTPLA website