The Town believes it is important that the views of the broader community and stakeholders are obtained so that they can be considered to guide the decision making process. The Town values feedback and will endeavour to maximize community and stakeholder participation in its activities.
Current Consultation Projects
PRECINCT PARKING - CENTRAL NORTH
The inital consulation period for the above project has now closed. The Town has received some substaintial and valuable feedback and would like to thank residents for their input into this process. Over the coming weeks, we will be assessing and reviewing the feedback recieved and will be in contact with the residents of the Central North precinct early in 2017.
In the interim, if you have any queries regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact John Balcombe, Senior Ranger on 9285 4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WARD BOUNDARY & REPRESENTATION REVIEW
Your feedback is sought on various options for ward boundaries and councillor representation within the Town of Claremont. In accordance with the Local Government Act 1995, the Town must undertake a review of its wards and representation every eight years. Your input into this process would be greatly appreciated.
View the Review of Ward Boundaries and Councillor Representation Discussion Paper here.
Please note that the survey has closed.
SCOTCH COLLEGE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORT PLAN
As part of the planning approval granted to Scotch College for the development of the Middle School, the College was required to prepare and submit a Traffic Management and Transport Plan (TMTP) to the Town of Claremont for approval. In addition, the College has sought and gained approval to develop an Early Learning Centre on Stirling Road, which has also been addressed in the TMTP.
STRATEGIC COMMUNITY PLAN - CLAREMONT AHEAD 2023
Town of Claremont residents, ratepayers and business owners were invited to have your say on the future direction and priorities for the Town.
Claremont Ahead 2023 outlines the Town’s vision and strategic directions based on community feedback and the Town’s existing internal and external plans which included information on demographic trends and available resources.