Bold Street Pedestrian Crossing at Laurieton

Consultation has concluded

Thank you to the Community for your feedback and submissions.

It has been endorsed at the Ordinary Council meeting on 18 September 2019 that the Bold Street Laurieton pedestrian crossing to be located at Option 3 (linking the Chemist to Coles).

To view the Council Resolution please visit the Document Library (to the right). To read the Council Report click here reference 13.10 of the agenda.


Consultation has concluded

Council is currently considering the location of the proposed Pedestrian Crossing in Bold Street, Laurieton and is seeking input from the community about the preferred location to help inform the final decision.

A report was tabled at the July 2019 Council meeting, outlining the project background, the engagement carried out to-date and potential locations for the crossing. The Council Report can be viewed in the Document Library (to the right).

In addition to Council’s preferred option, two alternative options are being investigated in regard to safety, functionality and financial impacts.

A comparison of the three options and the Concept Plans for each option are also available in the Document Library.

Council applied for and were successful in receiving a grant of $347,000 under the Stronger Country Communities Fund.

HAVE YOUR SAY

We invite you to review the Council Report, the Concept Plans and the "Comparison of Options" for each location, and answer our short survey below.

You can also visit our Pop-Up information stall at Haven Plaza, next to Coles at Laurieton and meet the Project Team to have your questions answered and complete our survey.

  • 11am to 1pm Wednesday 7 August 2019

  • 9am to 11am Saturday 10 August 2019

You can also send an email or post your response to:

Email: council@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

Post: The General Manager
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
PO Box 84
Port Macquarie NSW 2444

Submissions will be accepted until Monday 19 August.

Following this engagement period, it is proposed that a report will go to Council at the September 2019 meeting for a decision to be made on the preferred site.


Thank you to the Community for your feedback and submissions.

It has been endorsed at the Ordinary Council meeting on 18 September 2019 that the Bold Street Laurieton pedestrian crossing to be located at Option 3 (linking the Chemist to Coles).

To view the Council Resolution please visit the Document Library (to the right). To read the Council Report click here reference 13.10 of the agenda.


Consultation has concluded

Council is currently considering the location of the proposed Pedestrian Crossing in Bold Street, Laurieton and is seeking input from the community about the preferred location to help inform the final decision.

A report was tabled at the July 2019 Council meeting, outlining the project background, the engagement carried out to-date and potential locations for the crossing. The Council Report can be viewed in the Document Library (to the right).

In addition to Council’s preferred option, two alternative options are being investigated in regard to safety, functionality and financial impacts.

A comparison of the three options and the Concept Plans for each option are also available in the Document Library.

Council applied for and were successful in receiving a grant of $347,000 under the Stronger Country Communities Fund.

HAVE YOUR SAY

We invite you to review the Council Report, the Concept Plans and the "Comparison of Options" for each location, and answer our short survey below.

You can also visit our Pop-Up information stall at Haven Plaza, next to Coles at Laurieton and meet the Project Team to have your questions answered and complete our survey.

  • 11am to 1pm Wednesday 7 August 2019

  • 9am to 11am Saturday 10 August 2019

You can also send an email or post your response to:

Email: council@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

Post: The General Manager
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
PO Box 84
Port Macquarie NSW 2444

Submissions will be accepted until Monday 19 August.

Following this engagement period, it is proposed that a report will go to Council at the September 2019 meeting for a decision to be made on the preferred site.


Consultation has concluded
  • Listening at Laurieton

    4 months ago
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    Thank you Laurieton community for visiting the Council Pop Up engagement stall and for sharing your feedback with Mayor Peta Pinson and the Council team.

    Thank you Laurieton community for visiting the Council Pop Up engagement stall and for sharing your feedback with Mayor Peta Pinson and the Council team.