The City of Greater Bendigo is developing an Integrated Transport & Land Use Strategy (ITLUS). The ITLUS is a plan for how the city will grow and how people and goods will move within it in the future. A future Greater Bendigo will be a place at the forefront of regional living, so the City is seeking your input to determine: ‘What needs to be done now and in the future to achieve this vision?’ We would like to invite you to take part in upcoming community workshop to be held on 26th June 2014. Please refer to the attached Community Bulletin for details. We are keen to engage with all members of our community – young and old, those...
The broad aim of the Masterplan is to make the Park the best place it can be for the community, now and into the future. But what kind of park...? The survey asks for your opinions on a range of concepts that will help focus the Draft Masterplan to be developed over coming months. First you will be asked to consider the long-term concept for the Park overall. After this, you will be asked to look at concepts for particular parts of the Park in greater detail and over the short to medium term. Take the survey here.
BENDIGO'S residential needs are drastically changing, with 40 per cent of all development occurring within the existing urban area.
Bendigo Wellbeing Survey 2014 Is Bendigo a great place to live and work? The City of Greater Bendigo is seeking community members’ participation in the second Bendigo Wellbeing Survey. The survey will be anonymous and has been developed to find out community attitudes to a number of emerging issues that affect the community, to develop an understanding of how community needs are changing and to identify opportunities for improvement. Resident are encouraged to complete a survey. The survey is available for completion by February 28, 2014; participants can choose to go into the weekly draw to win an iPod touch.
The City of Greater Bendigo is developing an Integrated Transport & Land Use Strategy (ITLUS). Stage 2 of the project is well underway and the City is seeking to work with the community to identify the vision for the city’s future by looking at transport and how it should relate to where we live, work and play. You are invited to take part in upcoming community workshops between August 22nd and August 26th, as well as a city wide survey.