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Community Engagement

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.

      • Current Engagements

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      • lower_queenborough_oval.jpgDraft Queenborough Oval Precinct Master Plan

        The Hobart City Council has engaged consultants Playstreet to develop a masterplan for the Queenborough Oval  precinct.  A draft masterplan has now been developed and has been endorsed by the Council to be provided for community comment .

         

         

          • Recent Engagements

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          • Museum-building.jpgDraft Ancanthe Park Master Plan

            The comment period for this project closed on 8 December 2014. The City of Hobart thanks all those who submitted feedback, which is currently being analysed. It is anticipated that a report presenting the results of this community engagement process will go before the Council for their consideration early in the new year.

             

          • Wellesley_Park_flyer.jpgProposed Wellesley Park Oval lighting upgrade consultation

            The comment period for this project closed on 28 November 2014. The City of Hobart thanks all those who submitted feedback, which is currently being analysed, prior to the submission of a development application for this project.

             

          • Hobart_Rivulet_concept_image_3.jpgHobart Rivulet Park - Shared Path Development

            The comment period for this project closed on 24 October 2014 and the results were reported to the December 2014 Council meeting. The report on the community engagement outcomes and the Council's decision.

          • Fire_strategy_Page_01.jpg Old Farm Track proposed changes

            The comment period for this community engagement has closed.  The City of Hobart thanks all those who submitted feedback, which is currently being analysed.  It is anticipated that a report presenting the results of this community engagement process will go before the Council for their consideration in November 2014.

             

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