Tweed Housing Code

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Another chance to comment on Tweed homes in the future

Stage 2 of Council's Housing Code Review begins on Monday 14 May, giving Tweed residents and ratepayers another opportunity to say what they think housing in the Tweed should look like in the future.

While Stage 2 introduces two new discussion papers - about the size and scales of homes (building envelopes) and ancillary structures such as fences and carports - the original four discussion papers will again be open for input.

Online forums and surveys will be open for all six discussion papers from Monday 14 May to Tuesday 12 June.

What do you want Tweed housing to look like in the future?

That's the question we're asking you and your community as Tweed Shire Council embarks upon a review of its Tweed Housing Code. The review is seeking the community's feedback on how housing design should look, how it responds to the climate and locality and whether current housing design trends are reflective of community values and the Tweed's natural amentiy.

Tweed Shire Council is reviewing its Development Control Plan (DCP) A1 for residential and tourist development, refered to in this engagement campaign as the Tweed Housing Code.

We want you to:

  • read the documents in the library
  • add your comments on the code and join the conversation in the forums below
  • complete our surveys
  • complete our quick poll

Tell us how you want houses and residential areas in the shire to look over the next decade and beyond.

Another chance to comment on Tweed homes in the future

Stage 2 of Council's Housing Code Review begins on Monday 14 May, giving Tweed residents and ratepayers another opportunity to say what they think housing in the Tweed should look like in the future.

While Stage 2 introduces two new discussion papers - about the size and scales of homes (building envelopes) and ancillary structures such as fences and carports - the original four discussion papers will again be open for input.

Online forums and surveys will be open for all six discussion papers from Monday 14 May to Tuesday 12 June.

What do you want Tweed housing to look like in the future?

That's the question we're asking you and your community as Tweed Shire Council embarks upon a review of its Tweed Housing Code. The review is seeking the community's feedback on how housing design should look, how it responds to the climate and locality and whether current housing design trends are reflective of community values and the Tweed's natural amentiy.

Tweed Shire Council is reviewing its Development Control Plan (DCP) A1 for residential and tourist development, refered to in this engagement campaign as the Tweed Housing Code.

We want you to:

  • read the documents in the library
  • add your comments on the code and join the conversation in the forums below
  • complete our surveys
  • complete our quick poll

Tell us how you want houses and residential areas in the shire to look over the next decade and beyond.

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