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  • From 'Discovery and Dreaming' to 'Design'

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    Thank you to everyone who came along to one of our 'Discovery and Dreaming' community workshops and/or took the time to make a submission on the Rural Villages Strategy discussion paper.

    Although formal submissions have now closed, your feedback is always welcome.

    You can review recorded feedback from each of the 'Discovery and Dreaming' workshops under the 'Community Feedback' tab. 

    We are now moving into the 'Design' phase, where we create what will be in the future of our rural villages.

    During the 'Design' phase, Council officers will use your ideas, suggestions and feedback collected throughout the 'Discovery and Dreaming' phase to prepare a draft Rural Villages Strategy.  This process is expected to take a few months, but once the draft is complete, we'll make it available for you to review and will again invite your feedback.

    In the meantime, if you have any questions or comments regarding the Rural Villages Strategy, please contact Council's Planning Reforms unit on (02) 6670 2503.

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  • New date for Tyalgum workshop

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    The final workshop in the 'Discovery and Dreaming' phase will take place at Tyalgum Hall on Tuesday 12 August from 5.30 until 7pm.

    The workshop was originally planned for Tuesday 8 July, but had to be postponed due to the Tyalgum Hall being unexpectedly made unavailable for use on that date. 

    Come along and share your ideas and priorities for the future of the rural villages.

    Don't forget, formal submissions on the Rural Villages Strategy discussion paper are invited until close of business on Friday 8 August 2014.

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  • Have your say in July: community workshops and discussion paper

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    Community workshops

    As part of the 'Discovery and Dreaming' phase of Council's Rural Villages Strategy, community members are invited to participate in a series of workshops to identify future planning priorities for key rural villages in the Tweed.

    Following an initial round of information sessions in late 2013, Council officers have drafted a discussion paper, which summarises key themes and ideas raised by the community.

    This current round of workshops will provide the village communities with an opportunity to review the discussion paper and identify their priorities for future planning, before a draft Rural Villages Strategy is prepared in the coming months.  Details are provided under the Key Dates section or in this printable poster

    Discussion paper

    In addition to the workshops, formal submissions on the discussion paper  are invited until close of business on Friday 8 August 2014.  

    Submissions should be addressed to: 

    Rural Villages Strategy
    The General Manager
    Tweed Shire Council
    PO Box 816
    MURWILLUMBAH NSW  2484

    or emailed to tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au.


    For further information, contact Council's Planning Reforms Unit on 02 6670 2503.


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  • Crabbes Creek community feedback now online

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    Thank you to everyone who came along to the  community conversation held in Crabbes Creek on Thursday 20 March 2014.

    A summary of the feedback collected that evening provided under the Feedback from community meetings tab on the right hand side of the page. 

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