Consultation and engagement activities will be important in reviewing the History Museum site and establishing a future vision. The purpose of these activities is to generate general awareness of the project, seek ideas and input for compatible uses for the site, and to seek feedback on concepts that are developed as the project progresses.
A range of engagement activities are planned:
- Community Forums – to be held in the Isandula Room at the Ulverstone Civic Centre –
Wednesday, 24 May between 1.00 and 3.00pm
Wednesday, 24 May between 6.00 and 8.00pm and
Thursday, 25 May between 9.00 and 11.00am
- Static displays – at Ulverstone History Museum, Ulverstone Visitor Information Centre and the Council’s Administration Centre
- Market Stalls – at Cradle Coast Farmers Markets
- Briefings and interviews – as needed
- Feedback Forms – available at all static displays; in PDF format click here, or complete online here Survey Monkey Ulverstone History Precinct Review Project
- Project Email – write to the Project Team on [email protected]
Full details of these consultation activities will be updated on this page, on the Council’s Facebook pages and advertised in the local print media (The Advocate).
The Council has also established a Community Group to help guide the project. Members of the Community Group are as follows:
- Gena Cantwell
- Ben Hiscutt
- Kaye Ling
- Pat Milburn
- Luke Mitchell-Collins
- Wendy Newton
- Norma Raspin
- Janice Stanfield
- Phil Walsh
If you have a query or information to submit to the Project Team please email [email protected].
If you would like to be kept informed about the Ulverstone History Precinct Review Project, email us at [email protected] and we will keep you on the Contact Database. This means that you will receive any future communication as the project progresses. Your contact details will not be used for any other purpose.
All stakeholders will be notified of their opportunities to share their views through local media, social media, flyers and postcards, the Council’s website or direct mail.