All applicants will need to be available to attend at least two workshops (either in person or on zoom dependent on COVID-19 restrictions). Both workshops will take place in the evening with the first to be held on 27 July 2022 and the second on August 31 2022. Successful applicants will be notified in early July.
Additional workshops may be organised during later phases of the project.
Please note the dates of these workshops may change subject to participant availability.
Panel members will be selected based on the following criteria:
Yes. If you are applying to be part of the panel as a representative of a community group or organisation, please state this in your application form. Only one representative from each community group will be accepted.
Input from the panel will inform the development of the Draft Master Plan. Ideas and feedback will also assist in understanding areas that may need further investigation and matters of general support. Feedback from the panel will be sought at multiple phases of the project, and the master plan will be refined in response to the panel’s feedback.
How the workshops will be hosted will depend on the restrictions in place and successful applicants will be advised ahead of the workshop. Council will follow the advice from the NSW Government and public health orders in effect at the time in order to keep the community safe.
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