The Heart of Beaconsfield Update: There’s still a few more days to share your ideas!

Thank you to everyone who came together at the community visioning workshop last month to share their views on objectives for the Heart of Beaconsfield master plan. We’ve also received lots of comments online and at consultation events held at Davis Park and the Growers Green Farmers Market. We’re currently in the process of collating your comments and will share the outcomes with you soon.

With only a few more days until phase one community engagement finishes, now is an important time to share your ideas ideas for the Heart of Beaconsfield’s renewal.

What’s your vision?

If you missed the consultation events (or if you did attend and have since had further thoughts), we’re keen to hear your responses  to the draft objectives for the master plan by 26 June.

The objectives have been developed around the themes of sense of place and community, housing for everyone, diverse land uses, streets and open space, getting around and building forms, sustainability and innovation.

We would also love you to send us  images of your ideas for the Heart of Beaconsfield renewal, which you can upload through the survey on My Say Freo. Below are some of the images we’ve received so far. If your ideas aren’t included here, please upload images so we can share them in the next phase of engagement

Coming up…

Options for a draft master plan will be released in a few months, with phase two community engagement planned for August 2017.

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