A shared vision for the future of Uki village

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You are invited to comment on a draft plan to improve the public spaces in the Uki village centre, which aims to preserve the area’s natural and cultural heritage and make the parks more accessible.

The Draft Uki Village Concept Plan has been developed in consultation with land managers and key stakeholders including UKIRA, the Uki Public Hall & Recreation Reserve Trust and the Uki & South Arm Historical Society.

Local residents and businesses are now encouraged to provide further input to help achieve a shared vision for the public spaces in Uki village centre and to improve the recreational and cultural experiences.



Have your say

View the draft plan and provide your feedback before Wednesday 8 December 2021.

Join us at a Community Information Session at the Uki Farmers Market on Saturday 4 December 2021 from 8 am to 12:30 pm to discuss your ideas and to provide feedback on the draft plan.


What is a concept plan

A concept plan is a vision for how an area can be cared for and/or developed into the future. It may express how an area can grow and change over time. It can also express a commitment that an area remains the same or be preserved.


Why we're developing a concept plan for Uki Village Centre

When we consulted the Uki community to develop Council’s Open Space Strategy (2019–2029), the community prioritised the development of a concept plan for the Uki village centre to improve pedestrian amenity and streetscape character.

The Uki village centre is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment, well-loved by the local community and enjoyed by an increasing number of visitors.

The concept plan will define a shared vision for the area to inform future applications for funding.


What the plan includes

The draft concept plan considers park facilities, connecting pathways, tree planting for natural shade, river viewing opportunities, improvements to car parking and accessibility. The plan also considers improvements to the existing buildings that are on land managed by the Uki Public Hall & Recreation Reserve Trust and UKIRA.


Improving open space in the Tweed

This project is part of our commitment to protect and improve the quality of the Tweed's open space network. This commitment and the actions we plan to take are described in the Open Space Strategy (2019–2029).

You are invited to comment on a draft plan to improve the public spaces in the Uki village centre, which aims to preserve the area’s natural and cultural heritage and make the parks more accessible.

The Draft Uki Village Concept Plan has been developed in consultation with land managers and key stakeholders including UKIRA, the Uki Public Hall & Recreation Reserve Trust and the Uki & South Arm Historical Society.

Local residents and businesses are now encouraged to provide further input to help achieve a shared vision for the public spaces in Uki village centre and to improve the recreational and cultural experiences.



Have your say

View the draft plan and provide your feedback before Wednesday 8 December 2021.

Join us at a Community Information Session at the Uki Farmers Market on Saturday 4 December 2021 from 8 am to 12:30 pm to discuss your ideas and to provide feedback on the draft plan.


What is a concept plan

A concept plan is a vision for how an area can be cared for and/or developed into the future. It may express how an area can grow and change over time. It can also express a commitment that an area remains the same or be preserved.


Why we're developing a concept plan for Uki Village Centre

When we consulted the Uki community to develop Council’s Open Space Strategy (2019–2029), the community prioritised the development of a concept plan for the Uki village centre to improve pedestrian amenity and streetscape character.

The Uki village centre is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment, well-loved by the local community and enjoyed by an increasing number of visitors.

The concept plan will define a shared vision for the area to inform future applications for funding.


What the plan includes

The draft concept plan considers park facilities, connecting pathways, tree planting for natural shade, river viewing opportunities, improvements to car parking and accessibility. The plan also considers improvements to the existing buildings that are on land managed by the Uki Public Hall & Recreation Reserve Trust and UKIRA.


Improving open space in the Tweed

This project is part of our commitment to protect and improve the quality of the Tweed's open space network. This commitment and the actions we plan to take are described in the Open Space Strategy (2019–2029).

  • Your feedback will help inform decision making about the public spaces and contribute to the development of the final Uki Village Concept Plan.

    Please provide your feedback by Wednesday 8 December 2021.

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