Liverpool Plains Shire Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, has extended thanks to individuals and organisations who have attended workshops and/or completed the online surveys towards the development of the LPS Recreation Strategy. He is reminding others there is still time to provide input through the online surveys or to talk to one of the team at ROSS Planning, specialist sport and recreation planners who are developing the strategy for Council.
The links for these surveys are;
Individual community members - www.surveymonkey.com/r/Liverpool_Plains_Recreation_Strategy_community_survey.
Sporting Organisations - www.surveymonkey.com/r/Liverpool_Plains_Recreation_Strategy_club_survey.
To talk to one of the team at ROSS Planning please contact Dion, Helen or Carly on (07) 3901 0730 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The more community input received the more dynamic the strategy developed will be. We not only want sporting organisations and individual community members to attend, we are also cordially inviting and encouraging representatives of Aboriginal organisations, service clubs that may have a presence in parks and/or provide funding to sport groups and aged and disabled representatives who can inform on specialist requirements, Councillor Hope said.
“You or your organisation can inform us on your sport and recreation participation and needs, help assess gaps in provision of land and facilities to meet current and predicted future demand, develop an agreed vision for sport and recreation facilities with guiding principles to achieve the vision and identify support mechanisms for community providers of sport and recreation,” he continued.
“Your input will assist Council determine priorities for allocating budget and resources to support and encourage participation in these areas over the next 10 years. Recreation and sport are important in our Shire and contributing to this process will help develop outcomes that meet the aspirations of our community,” Councillor Hope concluded.