Public feedback wanted on future of Mandurah city centre

Mandurah City councillors on the waterfront - Matt Rogers, Tahlia Jones, Lyn Rogers, Merv Darcy, Mayor Rhys Williams, deputy Mayor Caroline Knight, Peter Rogers and Fred Riebeling.
Mandurah City councillors on the waterfront - Matt Rogers, Tahlia Jones, Lyn Rogers, Merv Darcy, Mayor Rhys Williams, deputy Mayor Caroline Knight, Peter Rogers and Fred Riebeling.

THE community is being asked to help shape the future of Mandurah’s city centre as the City of Mandurah kicks off the next phase of making it a reality.

The recent completion of the eastern foreshore sea wall, extended grassed areas and path connections and the Mandurah bridge replacement, now paves the way for the community to shape the re-energisation of the waterfront areas.

The community and stakeholders will play an important role in identifying and developing upgrade priorities.

The City is asking the community to guide the vision by sharing their thoughts about what people love about the areas now and suggestions on what they would like to see.

To help with shaping the vision, the foreshore areas have been divided into zones, each with unique existing character, activities, and opportunities on which the community can have their say until May 18.

The final output of the consultation will be Mandurah waterfront designs that incorporate the community’s input while taking into consideration land use, built and natural form, environment and movement.

A community reference group will also be established to engage the community and capture input from diverse groups ensuring the vision, aspirations and objectives expressed are representative of community views.

For more information or to nominate for the community reference group, go to haveyoursaymandurah.com.au

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