Griffith Street Centre Improvement Project

This consultation has concluded.

The consultation process for the draft Revitalisation 'Master' Plan for Griffith Street has now closed.

Thank you for taking part in the consultation.

Council will now collate & assess all comments received on the Plan and:

  • Respond to comments where necessary
  • Refine & finalise the Plan
  • Prepare detailed cost estimates of the works
  • Meet with the Project Reference Group (PRG) to discuss the public display feedback, finalise the Plan and project scope and then move into the construction documentation phase of the project.

Further discussion and news updates will be available in the coming months.

The consultation process for the draft Revitalisation 'Master' Plan for Griffith Street has now closed.

Thank you for taking part in the consultation.

Council will now collate & assess all comments received on the Plan and:

  • Respond to comments where necessary
  • Refine & finalise the Plan
  • Prepare detailed cost estimates of the works
  • Meet with the Project Reference Group (PRG) to discuss the public display feedback, finalise the Plan and project scope and then move into the construction documentation phase of the project.

Further discussion and news updates will be available in the coming months.

This consultation has concluded.
  • Griffith Street CIP draft Revitalisation Plan

    by Project Leader CIP, 5 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    The Draft Revitalisation 'Master' Plan for Griffith Street recently went on public display.

    The plan was on public exhibition for two weeks from Tuesday 18 September to 2 October 2012. 

    As part of the public display, Council held an information day on Saturday 15 September.

    Council will now collate the feedback received during the community engagement.

    The Draft Revitalisation 'Master' Plan for Griffith Street recently went on public display.

    The plan was on public exhibition for two weeks from Tuesday 18 September to 2 October 2012. 

    As part of the public display, Council held an information day on Saturday 15 September.

    Council will now collate the feedback received during the community engagement.