Policy Review - Draft Footpaths & Walkways in Public Road Reserve Policy

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Port Macquarie-Hastings Council (PMHC) is committed to providing a connected community with well-planned, accessible and sustainable infrastructure including roads, cycleways and footpaths.

In support of this, we aim to provide for accessibility and connectivity through the provision of safe and functional footpaths and walkways in retail, commercial and residential areas throughout our community.

The Footpaths and Walkways in Public Road Reserves Policy outlines Council’s objective to plan for the provision of footpaths to support Council’s Community Strategic Plan (CSP) Objective 4.4 Plan for Integrated Transport Systems that help people get around and link our communities, and Local Strategic Planning Statement (Planning Priority 12), to develop a network of safe, accessible and sustainable local transport options linking key destinations.

This Policy has been amended to align with our broader strategic plans and relevant reference documents, as well as accommodate changed roles and authority responsibilities. The Policy name has also been updated to reflect the broad scope and jurisdiction of coverage of the Policy.

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All submissions must be received by close of business on Friday 22 April 2022.

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council (PMHC) is committed to providing a connected community with well-planned, accessible and sustainable infrastructure including roads, cycleways and footpaths.

In support of this, we aim to provide for accessibility and connectivity through the provision of safe and functional footpaths and walkways in retail, commercial and residential areas throughout our community.

The Footpaths and Walkways in Public Road Reserves Policy outlines Council’s objective to plan for the provision of footpaths to support Council’s Community Strategic Plan (CSP) Objective 4.4 Plan for Integrated Transport Systems that help people get around and link our communities, and Local Strategic Planning Statement (Planning Priority 12), to develop a network of safe, accessible and sustainable local transport options linking key destinations.

This Policy has been amended to align with our broader strategic plans and relevant reference documents, as well as accommodate changed roles and authority responsibilities. The Policy name has also been updated to reflect the broad scope and jurisdiction of coverage of the Policy.

Have Your Say

Submissions can be made by

All submissions must be received by close of business on Friday 22 April 2022.