Welcome to Wingecarribee Shire Council's online community engagement hub

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This online discussion forum has concluded. You can still browse the site but the discussion area will no longer accept new comments or votes.

ARCHIVED CONSULTATIONS

This website contains archived consultations undertaken by Wingecarribee Shire Council before 2014. The consultations listed here are no longer open for comment but you can still read comments and view associated documents.

To view or participate in our CURRENT consultations, please visit us at http://www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au.

For further information please phone the Community Engagement Coordinator on (02) 4868 0888 or email engagement@wsc.nsw.gov.au.

Wingecarribee Shire Council values your involvement and encourages you to have your say.

ARCHIVED CONSULTATIONS

This website contains archived consultations undertaken by Wingecarribee Shire Council before 2014. The consultations listed here are no longer open for comment but you can still read comments and view associated documents.

To view or participate in our CURRENT consultations, please visit us at http://www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au.

For further information please phone the Community Engagement Coordinator on (02) 4868 0888 or email engagement@wsc.nsw.gov.au.

Wingecarribee Shire Council values your involvement and encourages you to have your say.

This online discussion forum has concluded. You can still browse the site but the discussion area will no longer accept new comments or votes.
  • Council staff and displays at Family Fun Day

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    09 November, 2011

    Want to learn more about the proposed Indoor Aquatic Centre or Environment Levy extension?

    Wingecarribee Shire Council will have a marquee at the Family Fun Day being held at Kazcare (former Steiner School site), Kirkham Road, Bowral on Sunday 13 November, from 10am to 3pm.

    Displays, surveys and associated documents will be available for viewing and completion.

    Come along and chat to staff about the proposals or document your thoughts.

  • Come along to the Open House at Moss Vale Pool

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    04 November, 2011
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    Moss Vale Swimming Pool will be specifically opened on Thursday 10 November for the community to view the current facility and consider how the proposed indoor aquatic facilities will look and feel.

    This will be a "drop-in" style of event from 4pm to 6pm, allowing people to view plans, discuss options and provide comment.

    For further enquiries contact the Project Team on phone 4868 0806.

  • SH Regional Art Gallery Feasibility Study - Community Briefing and Workshop

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    27 October, 2011

    The first draft report of the Feasibility Study into the development of a new Regional Gallery at the former Mittagong Bowling Club site (Alexandra Square) has been completed. You are invited to attend a Community Briefing and Workshop on Monday 31 October 2011 from 5.30pm to 7pm, in the Council Theatrette, Civic Centre entry via Donkin Avenue Moss Vale. Sue Boaden, Director Australia Street Company will lead the Briefing and Workshop to include building and operational matters related to the proposed new facility.

    All welcome. RSVP ph: 4868 0761 or leesa.stratford@wsc.nsw.gov.au

    For further information please contact Jenny Kena, Cultural Development officer - ph:48680855.

  • Dive in and have your say about the proposal for an Indoor Aquatic Centre at Moss Vale

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    18 October, 2011
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    This consultation has now concluded however you can still review associated documents and forum discussions.

    Swimming pools are important recreation facilities but Southern Highlands residents have always been limited to a short swimming season because of the cool climate. Wingecarribee Shire Council has been grappling with issues around location, cost, maintenance and development of aquatic facilities for a number of years.

    A Concept Plan and Business Feasibility Plan have recently been prepared and now Council is asking the community to guide the project to completion.

    The opportunity to have you say will conclude on 21 November 2011.

  • Regional Art Gallery : Feasibility Study for the former Mittagong Bowling Club Site

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    31 August, 2011

    This consultation has concluded. You can still review the project and project comments.

    Wingecarribee Shire Council recently commissioned a Feasibility Study into the development of a Regional Art Gallery on the site of the former Mittagong Bowling Club.

    This follows online and submission-based feedback from the community earlier in 2011 in relation to the need for a regional art gallery, the suitability of the proposed site and other relevant comments.

    Comments received at that time have been considered and now two community workshops have been scheduled to consider the matter further and to inform the Feasibility Study. See the Council report and resolution about this in the library.

    You are invited to attend a workshop and provide comments via online forums.

    The opportunity to have you say will conclude on 19 September 2011.

  • East Bowral residents have an opportunity to shape the way their neighbourhood is improved in coming years.

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    29 August, 2011
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    This online project has concluded. You can still review the project and project comments.

    Wingecarribee Shire Council collects developer contributions to make improvements to infrastructure which benefit the wider community such as playgrounds, community centres, footpaths and other infrastructure.

    Around $700,000 is left in developer contributions for East Bowral and a number of projects have been nominated by the East Bowral Community Group and Council staff which could be undertaken.

    Unfortunately the ideas put forward exceed the money available so we are asking the community to prioritise them. It is now up to East Bowral residents to consider the proposed improvements and identify which projects are favoured.

    The opportunity to have you say will conclude on 30 September 2011.

  • Council seeks your thoughts on the creation of a Regional Art Gallery.

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    22 December, 2010
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    This consultation has concluded.

    We seek your thoughts on the proposal to develop the former Mittagong Bowling Club as a Regional Art Gallery and invite you to have your say about the proposal in this online discussion forum.

    Your thoughts and ideas are important, will be highly valued and will help guide Council in determining and establishing future opportunities. Council is keen to hear your thoughts and invites you to have your say.

  • Wingecarribee 2031+ adopted by Council

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    20 December, 2010

    This consultation has concluded.

    At it's meeting 15 December 2010 Council adopted the final W2031+ as developed by the community.  W2031+ outlines the vision and goals of our community and strategies to achieve them.

    This plan will provide a long term focus for decision making and resource allocation. Implementation of the plan will begin with the development of Council's medium and short term plans. 

    Other stakeholders such as community groups and government agencies also have a role in implementing W2031+.  As a community we need to take steps together to ensure we are making progress towards the future outlined in this plan.