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Inverleigh Streetscape Masterplan

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Thank you to all community members who have contributed to the draft Inverleigh Streetscape Masterplan.  A summary of the survey will be provided in July 2018, and the Masterplan is also expected to be completed in mid 2018.

About

A Streetscape Masterplan is being developed for Inverleigh which will provide a design concept to guide future development of the Inverleigh Streetscape. The Masterplan seeks to complement the existing character of the town and enhance its attractiveness, accessibility, safety and economic development opportunities. The Streetscape Masterplan will consider the management of existing trees and opportunities for landscaping, footpaths, alfresco areas, water sensitive urban design, traffic and car parking.

View the draft Streetscape Masterplan

An Arborist report is also currently being undertaken provide a second opinion with regard to the trees that are presently marked for removal in the main street. This report will provide recommendations to Council to ensure the long-term health of Inverleigh’s trees and the safety of all community members, and will be used to inform the Streetscape Masterplan.

For more information please read our frequently asked questions. To speak to someone about the Arborist report, please contact Melissa Blyton, Works Engineer on 5220 7111 or melissa.blyton@gplains.vic.gov.au.

Please note that a Structure Plan for Inverleigh is also currently being developed. The Inverleigh Structure Plan provides a strategic framework to establish the basis for future land use planning decisions for the town. For more information, please see our website, or contact Council's Strategic Planners on 5220 7111.

Engagement Update

Survey (May 2018)

The survey aimed to help the community to provide feedback on what they liked about the Inverleigh Streetscape and to identify opportunities for its enhancement. The survey was available online and also in hard copy at the Inverleigh Post Office and at Council's Customer Service Centre.

Pop-up conversation posts (June 2018)

Community members were invited to provide feedback on the draft Streetscape Masterplan directly with Council Officers and consultants at two pop-up conversation posts in the Inverleigh town centre (16 June), and at the Inverleigh Recreation Reserve (23 June).​

Online feedback on draft Plan (June 2018)

Community members who couldn't attend the conversation post were able to provide feedback on the draft Streetscape Masterplan online.

What Happens Next

What Happens Next: 

Community feedback will be used to inform the final Streetscape Masterplan. A summary of feedback will be made available to the community in July, via this page.

The final Streetscape Masterplan will be completed by July 2018. 

If you would like to stay informed about this project, please visit this page for updates, or sign up to the Community Engagement Register.

Timeline

23 May - 8 June 2018: Survey open

June 2018: Survey results analysed and draft Masterplan completed

16 June 2018, 9am-12pm: Conversation post to review draft Masterplan

23 June 2018, 12pm - 3pm: Conversation post to review draft Masterplan

18 - 27 June 2018: draft Masterplan available online for community feedback

Mid-2018: Final Masterplan presented to Council

Contact Information

Melissa Blyton
Works Engineer
5220 7111
Consultation Status: 
Open
Allow Users to Submit Ideas: 
No
Votes Based: 
Yes
Non-Votes Based: 
No
Maximum Vote Value: 
10

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Friday, 22 February 2019 - 5:03pm

 

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