YOU can now check out projects and strategies involving Kingscliff on Council’s website.
The new Kingscliff Matters page – www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/KingscliffMatters – brings together each of the leading projects and planning initiatives that have recently taken place and those that are ongoing in the Kingscliff district.
“Kingscliff is a hive of activity and this webpage provides an easy reference for important information on each of these matters and how community members can provide input,” Council General Manager Troy Green said.
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“The Kingscliff district has been one of the fastest growing areas in the Tweed, with steady growth during the past decade.
“Council has been working on a range of initiatives to guide that growth and to work with the community to help steer Kingscliff’s future. It is important these are viewed holistically because they are all linked in some way and they all play a role in bringing the vision for Kingscliff to fruition.”
Mr Green said it was also important the Kingscliff community had significant input to help shape those outcomes.
Council has a number of ongoing and upcoming community engagement campaigns that relate specifically to Kingscliff – with the Kingscliff Coastal Zone Management Plan and the Kingscliff Locality Plan – or that involve shire-wide initiatives with major significance for Kingscliff, such as festivals and events.
The Kingscliff Matters page will provide updates on how people can provide feedback to each of these discussions.
He said the new webpage was part of Council’s commitment to transparency and openness, to ensure community members had easy access to the facts and plenty of opportunity to participate in decision making processes.