The stakeholder and community feedback and input to the History Precinct project is vital to its success. 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 the Master Plan concept that is developed as the project progresses.
A range of engagement activities have taken place since May 2017, and will continue until late September 2017.
The summary information from the Vision and Aspirations and Early Concept phases can be found in the section ‘What has happened so far?’, located further down this page.
What is happening next?
Draft Master Plan Phase – 15 September – 6 October 2017
The Draft Master Plan is now available for public consideration and comment. This is the third and final round of community consultation for this project. Feedback closes on Friday, 6 October 2017.
To view the Draft Master Plan document Click here.
To view the 3 Dimensional Street View of the Draft Master Plan Click here.
To print off the PDF version of the Draft Master Plan Feedback Form Click here.
To complete the electronic survey version of the Draft Master Plan Feedback Form Click here.
UPCOMING COMMUNITY CONSULTATION DATES AND TIMES
Scheduled community consultation activities for the Draft Master Plan phase include:
INFORMATION AND FEEDBACK STALLS
Apex Park Market Stall
Saturday 16 September – 9.00am – 12.30pm
Reibey Street, Ulverstone
Cradle Coast Farmers Market Stall
Sunday 17 September – 8.30am – 12.30pm
The Ulverstone Wharf Precinct
If you are unable to attend one of the Information and Feedback Stall listed above, static information displays will also be located at the following sites between 15 September and 6 October 2017,
- Ulverstone Visitor Information Centre
- Ulverstone History Museum
- Central Coast Council Administration Centre
- Penguin Service Centre
Feedback on the Draft Master Plan phase closes on Friday 6 October 2017.
The feedback gathered during this period will again be provided to ARTAS to shape the final Master Plan design. The Master Plan and accompanying project report will be presented to the Council for consideration in late October 2017.
What Has Happened So Far?
Community consultation commenced in May 2017 and aimed to determine community interest in the project and the needs of different groups via a range of different engagement options, such as:
- The establishment of an e-database of interested residents and stakeholders
- A project newsletter (see link to document below)
- Direct mail to key groups
- Paid advertisements in newspapers and social media postings
- Feedback forms
- Community Forums were held on Wednesday 24 May, Thursday 25 May, Thursday 17 August and Friday 18 August
- A market stall took place the Cradle Coast Farmers Market on Sunday 28 May, Saturday 19 August and Sunday 20 August
- Briefings and interviews took place with key stakeholders
- A Community Group was recruited to help guide the project and has met twice; once prior to the commencement of the engagement activities outlined above, and one following – to review the collected information.
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
Two phases of consultation have now concluded.
Phase 1: The Vision and Aspirations Phase commenced in May 2017 and sought to gather the community’s initial feedback on the Ulverstone History Precinct redevelopment proposal. This was achieved through each of the engagement activities outlined above.The feedback was collated and summarised in July 2017, revealing some consistency of vision.
A record of this information is contained in the document Ulverstone History Precinct Review Communiqué #1 – July 2017, available by clicking here. The summarised information was provided to Tasmanian architect firm ARTAS to develop three Early Concept Plans.
Phase 2: The Early Concept Phase presented those Early Concept Plans, via a second round of consultation activities, and asked the community to provide feedback on each of the concepts as well as offer suggestions for further refinement.
To view the UHP – Early Concept Plans click here.
To read the accompanying document UHP – Early Concept Plans – Explanatory Notes click here.
Feedback for this stage closed on Friday 25 August.
The findings of the collected feedback from the Early Concept Phase have been summarised in the document Ulverstone History Precinct Review Communiqué 2 – September 2017, available by clicking here.
You can review the overall Project Timeline by clicking here.
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.