Finding community and visitor attitudes

Click Here to link to the Survey for the Peregian Community-

Attitudes towards Local Character, Economic and Community development.

 

Last month a public community forum was held in Peregian Beach to discuss opportunities for future local economic and community development. 

The University of the Sunshine Coast was contacted to attain community and visitor attitudes about the current local character to provide data to help inform local community and stakeholder decision-making. 

The research is being carried out 3rd Year Public Participation and Conflict Resolution students from both the Regional and Urban Planning and Environmental Health Degree Programs.

All respondents will remain anonymous and all results and data from this research will be made available via community notice boards and local stakeholder community websites. 

 

By the way..

The invitation to present the Council's Community Survey results for the Peregian Beach Park to the community at the local forum on this Saturday was declined by Council's Communications Consultants.

 

Just a reminder the forum for the local community is on at 2.30pm Saturday 1st September at the Peregian Beach Community House.

All Welcome...bring the family and neighbours.

 

Also tickets are selling out fast for the Peregian Beach Village Square- Spring Fashion Fiesta next Wednesday the 5th September

Click here for link.

 

 

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Comments: 3
  • #1

    Peregian Beach Park Community Consulation (Wednesday, 29 August 2012 04:33)

    PEREGIAN BEACH PARK COMMUNITY CONSULTATION UPDATE: Council plans to communicate the Peregian Beach Park consultation summary findings to stakeholders, the broader community and media on/around mid-September. The information will be communicated via an electronic newsletter and media articles as well as via key stakeholder and community groups. The information gleaned from the consultation will be used to inform the content of Council’s Landscape Concept Plan which will provide a framework for the detailed design, construction and refurbishment of key elements of the Park. The upgrading of the park will occur over several years, subject to funding.

  • #2

    observer (Friday, 31 August 2012 01:08)

    Wow that was a lot of words. The one thing I did not understand in this "official" reply is the lack of the word community. Community groups yes, but the community at large? Seems we are left out with so many official STAKEHOLDERS needs being met first. I do worry about the word stakeholders. Weren't they they the first lot of gold miners who had a stake to pillage the land?

    I do not get why the findings cannot be shared at a public forum for the use of recreational space in our village. Makes perfect sense to me.

  • #3

    JOHNO (Tuesday, 04 September 2012 20:22)

    THEY WILL THROW A BIT OF BARK ON THE GARDENS, PULL OUT SOME WEEDS, AND MAYBE BUILD A PARK BENCH OR 2. ALL FOR ONLY $100K