October engagement update

October engagement update


Firstly, a big thank you to everyone who shared their ideas for the new recreation precinct at Thomas H Halton Park in Croudace Bay. Following review of community input, we are now preparing the draft master plan which will be available for public comment in the first half of 2017. View the engagement summary here.

Plan for play at Charlestown Lions Park - draft master plan

We're planning to transform the existing Lions Park at Charlestown to include a playground, multipurpose courts, amenities block, car park and celebrate the existing Sister City Garden.

View the master plan and tell us what you like, don't like or would like to see included as part of the upgrade. Find out more.

LT Creek Floodplain Risk Management Study at Fassifern

Do you live or work in Fassifern? Your local knowledge and experiences of flooding in Fassifern will help us to identify how floods happen and evaluate possible management options for the catchment.

Share your photos and take part in our online survey to help us better plan and manage local floods.

We invite local residents to a community information session on Wednesday 30 November from 6pm. Find out more and RSVP here.

Provide input into Richmond Vale Rail Trail

Works to design a concept plan for the Richmond Vale Rail Trail are underway, and you are invited to provide feedback on the proposal.

We are working with Newcastle and Cessnock City councils on the proposed 32 kilometre trail along the former Richmond Vale rail line between Kurri Kurri and Hexham, along the former Chichester to Newcastle water pipeline between Shortland and Tarro, and through the Hunter Wetlands National Park. Find out more and have your say online.

How do you rate wellbeing, resilience and liveability in Lake Macquarie?

Take part in one of Australia’s largest surveys looking at the wellbeing of regional communities, including Lake Macquarie City.

Complete the survey online before 30 November 2016. If you would prefer a paper version, call 1800 981 499 or email regionalwellbeing@canberra.edu.au.

All the best,
From the Have Your Say Lake Mac team
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