Community and Recreational Facilities Strategy

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Consultation has concluded with the report presented at the 18 October Ordinary Council Meeting. Further information to be provided shortly. 

The Community and Recreational Facilities (CRF) Strategy is a critical document that will enable Council to better plan for and deliver the essential community infrastructure that is required to support our growing communities both now and into the future.

Tredwell Management Services prepared the Draft Community and Recreational Facilities Study. The Study is an extensive set of documents to assess the needs and opportunities for community and recreational facilities across the Shire. The Study includes:

The draft Community and Recreation Facilities Strategy, prepared by Astrolabe Group, built on the detailed research and community engagement by Tredwell Management Services. The Strategy has a clear alignment to the Wingecarribee Community Strategic Plan and the detailed Community and Recreational Facilities Study.

The Draft CRF Study and Strategy was presented at the 21 June Ordinary Council Meeting 2023 Council.

The Community and Recreational Facilities (CRF) Strategy is a critical document that will enable Council to better plan for and deliver the essential community infrastructure that is required to support our growing communities both now and into the future.

Tredwell Management Services prepared the Draft Community and Recreational Facilities Study. The Study is an extensive set of documents to assess the needs and opportunities for community and recreational facilities across the Shire. The Study includes:

The draft Community and Recreation Facilities Strategy, prepared by Astrolabe Group, built on the detailed research and community engagement by Tredwell Management Services. The Strategy has a clear alignment to the Wingecarribee Community Strategic Plan and the detailed Community and Recreational Facilities Study.

The Draft CRF Study and Strategy was presented at the 21 June Ordinary Council Meeting 2023 Council.

Consultation has concluded with the report presented at the 18 October Ordinary Council Meeting. Further information to be provided shortly. 

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You can ask these publicly or privately, it's up to you. Public questions will be posted on this website for others to see and note our response. If you prefer that our response to you is kept private then please mention this in your message to us. Alternatively you can email mail@wsc.nsw.gov.au

  • Share How many submissions were made on Community and Recreational Facilities Strategy survey please? on Facebook Share How many submissions were made on Community and Recreational Facilities Strategy survey please? on Twitter Share How many submissions were made on Community and Recreational Facilities Strategy survey please? on Linkedin Email How many submissions were made on Community and Recreational Facilities Strategy survey please? link

    How many submissions were made on Community and Recreational Facilities Strategy survey please?

    Bar asked 11 months ago

    Thank you for your question, submissions are still being collated and further information will be provided on the project page as soon as possible. 

  • Share How is Council ensuring children and young people are able to provide feedback about the playgrounds and other facilities that they will use? How will Council ensure children with disability are able to have their say? on Facebook Share How is Council ensuring children and young people are able to provide feedback about the playgrounds and other facilities that they will use? How will Council ensure children with disability are able to have their say? on Twitter Share How is Council ensuring children and young people are able to provide feedback about the playgrounds and other facilities that they will use? How will Council ensure children with disability are able to have their say? on Linkedin Email How is Council ensuring children and young people are able to provide feedback about the playgrounds and other facilities that they will use? How will Council ensure children with disability are able to have their say? link

    How is Council ensuring children and young people are able to provide feedback about the playgrounds and other facilities that they will use? How will Council ensure children with disability are able to have their say?

    BH asked 11 months ago

    Thank you for your question, 

    Council have numerous avenues to submit a response to the draft policy. As the policy is a large document, the primary submission method is via the Your Say Wingecarribee website. It is a simple process to register as a user and fill in the optional responses on each topic. Children can also fill in these forms and submit their own responses with a help of an adult or a council representative in the office. However, there are other methods of filling in the submission form. You can attend our workshops, the next one will he held on Tuesday 25 July 2023 from 4pm - 6pm. You can visit our Moss Vale office in the Civic centre to speak with a Representative or fill in a hard copy response form. 

    The Council has informed the Village associations of the Public Exhibition as well, to which they provide information to their villages and can assist in the submission process. Our Council meetings are also open to the public should you submit your intent to attend and have your say. 

    Should you like additional information or want to send through any further feedback, you can do so by emailing engagement@wsc.nsw.gov.au, all feedback will be recorded and entered into the public exhibition stage. If you believe there is an alternative method for which council should use to reach children or anyone with a disability we would be happy to consider and implement this. 

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    Why aren't the completed surveys printable before submission?

    Bar asked 12 months ago

    Thank you for your question. The surveys responses are printable, however this option is available once you have submitted your response. You will receive an email with your responses which are in an printable format. If you have any troubles with this please email engagement@wsc.nsw.gov.au for further assistance. 

  • Share I’m concerned that this feedback form is not community-friendly - the language is inaccessible and doesn’t ask direct questions about the strategy’s content. Using these kinds of prompts will discourage community engagement and contribution. Could council improve the strategy feedback form to make it more accessible? This is an important consultation it’s important it happens in a format that community members can understand and respond to. on Facebook Share I’m concerned that this feedback form is not community-friendly - the language is inaccessible and doesn’t ask direct questions about the strategy’s content. Using these kinds of prompts will discourage community engagement and contribution. Could council improve the strategy feedback form to make it more accessible? This is an important consultation it’s important it happens in a format that community members can understand and respond to. on Twitter Share I’m concerned that this feedback form is not community-friendly - the language is inaccessible and doesn’t ask direct questions about the strategy’s content. Using these kinds of prompts will discourage community engagement and contribution. Could council improve the strategy feedback form to make it more accessible? This is an important consultation it’s important it happens in a format that community members can understand and respond to. on Linkedin Email I’m concerned that this feedback form is not community-friendly - the language is inaccessible and doesn’t ask direct questions about the strategy’s content. Using these kinds of prompts will discourage community engagement and contribution. Could council improve the strategy feedback form to make it more accessible? This is an important consultation it’s important it happens in a format that community members can understand and respond to. link

    I’m concerned that this feedback form is not community-friendly - the language is inaccessible and doesn’t ask direct questions about the strategy’s content. Using these kinds of prompts will discourage community engagement and contribution. Could council improve the strategy feedback form to make it more accessible? This is an important consultation it’s important it happens in a format that community members can understand and respond to.

    Hannah@noon asked 12 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback, we have now updated the survey with more user friendly questions. If you had taken the survey already, your feedback will still be recorded. However, you are welcome to take the survey again with the new questions.