A Community Consultation process underway to help with planning for the future of Burekup will now move to its next phase following completion of a survey and stakeholder interviews.
A Community Workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 30 between 6.00pm and 8.00pm at the Burekup Hall.
Residents are invited to attend and provide their feedback on early concepts developed based on the survey and interview results. A variety of interactive techniques will be used to capture what participants most love about Burekup and encourage them as a community to propose and prioritise ideas for facilities.
Shire of Dardanup CEO André Schönfeldt thanked those residents who had so far participated in the consultation by contributing through interviews or surveys.
“It’s so important that we receive clear direction from the community on what they want for the future of their town,” Mr Schönfeldt said.
“These interviews, surveys and workshops is an opportunity for community members to let us know what they are thinking.
“So to those who have done so already, please accept my sincere thanks for providing this valuable information.”
Community input is being sought to guide creation of the Burekup Community Facilities Plan, a blueprint to guide development of future facilities in the town.
Feedback from the Community Workshop will guide development of more detailed concepts for the Plan which will then be presented to the community for further input at a second workshop later in the year.
To assist with catering, residents are asked to please register their attendance at the October 30 workshop by emailing their name and contact number to Peta.Nolan@dardanup.wa.gov.au or by telephoning Peta on 9724 0304