Draft Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan 2013-2018

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City of Gold Coast has developed the Draft Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan 2013-2018 in consultation with community and stakeholders groups, with the aim to improve access for everyone of all abilities to the City's properties, services, programs, information, communication and employment processes.

The final endorsed Plan will be registered with the Australian Human Rights Commission.

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Monday, 28 October - Monday, 25 November, 2013.

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City of Gold Coast has developed the Draft Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan 2013-2018 in consultation with community and stakeholders groups, with the aim to improve access for everyone of all abilities to the City's properties, services, programs, information, communication and employment processes.

The final endorsed Plan will be registered with the Australian Human Rights Commission.

To have your say:

TAKE THE SURVEY

Have Your Say from
Monday, 28 October - Monday, 25 November, 2013.

We look forward to receiving your comments and suggestions.

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    Below are the seven key priority areas of the Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan:

    Priority Area 1: City of Gold Coast services and information

    Priority Area 2: Customer contact and community engagement

    Priority Area 3: City of Gold Coast buildings, community facilities and recreational facilities

    Priority Area 4: Pedestrian environment, public transport infrasture and car parking

    Priority Area 5: Planning and development

    Priority Area 6: Events and tourism

    Priority Area 7: Employment and training

     

    Below are the seven key priority areas of the Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan:

    Priority Area 1: City of Gold Coast services and information

    Priority Area 2: Customer contact and community engagement

    Priority Area 3: City of Gold Coast buildings, community facilities and recreational facilities

    Priority Area 4: Pedestrian environment, public transport infrasture and car parking

    Priority Area 5: Planning and development

    Priority Area 6: Events and tourism

    Priority Area 7: Employment and training

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    The City of Gold Coast is improving access to online information and communication for everyone, with initiatives such as online lodgement of town planning applications, complaints and cat and dog licences.

    The City of Gold Coast is improving access to online information and communication for everyone, with initiatives such as online lodgement of town planning applications, complaints and cat and dog licences.

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    Below are the seven key priority areas of the Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan:

    Priority Area 1: City of Gold Coast services and information

    Priority Area 2: Customer contact and community engagement

    Priority Area 3: City of Gold Coast buildings, community facilities and recreational facilities

    Priority Area 4: Pedestrian environment, public transport infrasture and car parking

    Priority Area 5: Planning and development

    Priority Area 6: Events and tourism

    Priority Area 7: Employment and training


    Below are the seven key priority areas of the Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan:

    Priority Area 1: City of Gold Coast services and information

    Priority Area 2: Customer contact and community engagement

    Priority Area 3: City of Gold Coast buildings, community facilities and recreational facilities

    Priority Area 4: Pedestrian environment, public transport infrasture and car parking

    Priority Area 5: Planning and development

    Priority Area 6: Events and tourism

    Priority Area 7: Employment and training

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