Just wondering if the most effective way to 'upgrade' Peregian Beach Park is to provide more interactive public / small business facilities in Peregian Springs.
Most of the projected '60% forecast population growth by 2020' is going to be in the Peregian Springs area.
Listening to the women at a Peregian Business meeting recently, it was clear they could greatly benefit from having a lively village hub, of their own, that is not fully owned by a monopoly and where open space is not exclusive to members!
The upgrade to Peregian Beach Park would come naturally from not having so much demand on the one place.
The community still wait to see the 'New Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme' and urban design projects that demonstrates the costly amalgamation is effective.