Pedestrian Friendly Beechwood, Comboyne, Long Flat, North Shore and Telegraph Point

Consultation has concluded

Footpaths help connect a community. Have your say about where new footpaths and road crossings could be located in our villages to make them more pedestrian friendly.


To get involved and have your say:


  • Review the draft Small Villages PAMP (Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan - in the document library on the right).
  • Share your thoughts by doing the brief survey submission below.

Your feedback will help us:

  • Improve pedestrian access.
  • Prioritise safe and convenient crossing opportunities of major roads.
  • Identify footpaths that can be built as part of Council’s future delivery and operational plans.
  • Provide a focus for Council to source grants from other levels of government.

About this project.
Council held five workshops and listened to the community about where the most important places that footpaths and road crossings could be located. This community feedback helped Council prepare a draft Plan to make walking easier and safer by building footpaths and crossings at critical locations.

This plan is called the Small Villages Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) and includes five townships: Beechwood, Comboyne, Long Flat, North Shore and Telegraph Point.


Note

This project is to create a plan. The plan will help Council prioritise footpath works and apply for grant funding. This will be balanced across the highest priorities for the whole region including the footpath plans for Wauchope, Laurieton and Port Macquarie.

Footpaths help connect a community. Have your say about where new footpaths and road crossings could be located in our villages to make them more pedestrian friendly.


To get involved and have your say:


  • Review the draft Small Villages PAMP (Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan - in the document library on the right).
  • Share your thoughts by doing the brief survey submission below.

Your feedback will help us:

  • Improve pedestrian access.
  • Prioritise safe and convenient crossing opportunities of major roads.
  • Identify footpaths that can be built as part of Council’s future delivery and operational plans.
  • Provide a focus for Council to source grants from other levels of government.

About this project.
Council held five workshops and listened to the community about where the most important places that footpaths and road crossings could be located. This community feedback helped Council prepare a draft Plan to make walking easier and safer by building footpaths and crossings at critical locations.

This plan is called the Small Villages Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) and includes five townships: Beechwood, Comboyne, Long Flat, North Shore and Telegraph Point.


Note

This project is to create a plan. The plan will help Council prioritise footpath works and apply for grant funding. This will be balanced across the highest priorities for the whole region including the footpath plans for Wauchope, Laurieton and Port Macquarie.

  • Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council.

    Any person may make a written submission up until the end of the exhibition period. Submissions close 24 February 2017.

    Please note: Submissions and petitions are public information and may be made public in their entirety subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

    Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council.

    Any person may make a written submission up until the end of the exhibition period. Submissions close 24 February 2017.

    Please note: Submissions and petitions are public information and may be made public in their entirety subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

    Consultation has concluded
  • Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council. 

    Any person may make a written submission up until the end of the exhibition period. Submissions close 31 October 2016

    Please note: Submissions and petitions are public information and may be made public in their entirety subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

    Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council. 

    Any person may make a written submission up until the end of the exhibition period. Submissions close 31 October 2016

    Please note: Submissions and petitions are public information and may be made public in their entirety subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

    Consultation has concluded