The Hobart City Council recognises the right of the community members to be informed and have input into decisions which affect their lives.
Hobart City Council values effective engagement in developing a positive relationship with its community and recognises that public participation contributes to better decision-making.
Council seeks to take account of the views, needs, issues and aspirations expressed by the community and to balance these with other influences such as budgetary constraints to make informed decisions.
In applying its Community Engagement Policy, the Council will demonstrate its vision, mission and values.
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The Hobart Central Bus Interchange Plan will document, analyse and plan more effective and integrated transit interchange arrangements for public transport services in Hobart. A draft Plan has been prepared by the project consultant, Parsons Brinckerhoff and is available to view.
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The Council thanks those who provided feedback in relation to reconfirming the currency of the 2025 Community Vision and Future Direction Statements. The draft plan has been developed and was endorsed at the Annual General Meeting of the Council on 25 November 2013. The draft plan will be released to the Community and Council’s stakeholders during January-mid March 2014 for further feedback. Notification of the consultation will be undertaken by contacting those people who provided comment during the first round of consultation, together with public notices in The Mercury newspaper.