Con­sul­ta­tion sched­uled to start soon

Joondalup Times - - NEWS -

CON­SUL­TANCY work to help the City of Joon­dalup with its work into on­go­ing den­sity and infill devel­op­ment is­sues has started.

In giv­ing an up­date to con­cerned Edge­wa­ter res­i­dents, plan­ning and com­mu­nity devel­op­ment di­rec­tor Dale Page said the com­mu­nity could ex­pect to be con­tacted “di­rectly by the con­sul­tants” about mid­Septem­ber.

She said this would in­clude all in­for­ma­tion about “how, where and when res­i­dents can pro­vide in­put in var­i­ous ways”.

“There are three dif­fer­ent op­por­tu­ni­ties lead­ing up to devel­op­ment of the strat­egy where peo­ple will be able to have in­put,” she said.

“The con­tract pe­riod is for 23 to 24 weeks, so we should have a so­lu­tion to the is­sue we are fac­ing by early next year.”

Ms Page said since Tay­lor Bur­rell Bar­nett was ap­pointed last month, they had held “in­cep­tion meet­ings” and were “busy do­ing a re­view of the past doc­u­ments in­clud­ing all the con­sul­ta­tion”.

“They have just fi­nalised prepa­ra­tion of a com­pre­hen­sive draft en­gage­ment and con­sul­ta­tion strat­egy, which needs re­view­ing,” she said.

“And they are al­ready in the process of putting to­gether some of the con­sul­ta­tion ma­te­rial. “

An artist’s im­pres­sion of the 14-unit devel­op­ment across 1 and 3 Chipala Court.

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