Have your say on proposed improvements to the Gold Coast City Plan

Gold Coasters are being encouraged to share their thoughts on proposed updates to the City Plan.

The plan will be used to shape the future of the Gold Coast and manage the growth of the city.

The proposed updates cover six themes, including:


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  • height and density – to create a sustainable city shape
  • built form and urban design – highlighting the importance of a well-designed city
  • targeted growth areas – and how we will achieve growth responsibly
  • growth and diversification of employment – to stimulate economic growth and enable future job creation
  • environment – to safeguard our environmental values
  • other land use changes and alignment improvements – for clarity, consistency and alignment.

Mayor Tom Tate said the City Plan was guided by the Queensland Government’s Shaping SEQ, which sets regional growth projections the city needs to accommodate to 2041.

“The Gold Coast continues to grow at one of the fastest rates in Australia,” he said.

“We’re committed to a journey of continual improvements to manage the city’s growth responsibly while maintaining our enviable lifestyle.

“I encourage all those who care about our city’s future and in protecting their lifestyle to take this opportunity to have their say.”

“We want everyone to have their say and will be running a number of ‘talk-to-a-planner’ sessions across the Gold Coast so the community can ask questions and provide their feedback.”

You can view the proposed City Plan updates, find a talk-to-a-planner session or have your say by visiting gchaveyoursay.com.au/ourcityourplan

The consultation period runs from 27 September to 25 October 2019.

This is a sponsored editorial brought to you by City Of Gold Coast

 

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growth is not the answer. high risers more apartments , narrow street and over development and house to house areas of pimpama and comera are american ghettoes to come , greed of beveloper and the council .

sustainability and australian being self sufficient , the aussie back yard aussies only to buy property here in australia is the only answer