Access & Inclusion Plan Consultation

Consultation has concluded

Current consultation closing date has been extended to 5.00pm Wednesday 31 July 2019.

Project Overview

Have your say on the development of Clarence City Council’s Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 – 2023.

The aim of this project is to:

  • Review council’s Access Plan 2014-2018, including progress made on identified actions;
  • Test if the key themes in this plan still apply;
  • Identify key drivers of future demand; and
  • Develop a five-year plan for 2019-2023 with and for the community with specific actions that are measurable, achievable, realistic and timely.

Project Information

Over the past 15 years, council has developed three access plans. All plans are developed with a five-year timeframe to ensure they are realistic and measurable.

Council’s Disability Access Advisory Committee plays a key role in the development, implementation, monitoring and review of these plans. The committee is made up of council representatives, residents and carers of people with disability from across the city.

We are keen to ensure there are meaningful avenues for as many people across the community to provide their thoughts and ideas for the next plan.

Get Involved

There are a variety of ways you can have your say on this project. Your feedback will help inform the actions of the new access and inclusion plan. Have your say by:

  • Completing our survey below.
  • Sending us a short (no more than 60 seconds) video recording to let us know what is important via the submission form below.
  • Filling in and returning our feedback reply-paid postcard. You can find these at the Council Offices; Rosny Library; Integrated Care Centre Rosny; the following neighbourhood centres: Clarendon Vale, Warrane Mornington, Rokeby, and Risdon Vale; the following community centres: Howrah, Lindisfarne, and South Arm; Richmond Post Office; and local schools. You can also call us to request one to be sent to you.
  • Meeting with members of our review team:
    • Monday 24 June 2019 12noon - 2.00pm, Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre, 65 Mockridge Road, Clarendon Vale - soup and sandwiches at 12noon.
    • Sunday 7 July 2019 9.30am - 12.30pm, South Arm Community Market, South Ar Community Centre, 9 Calvert Place, South Arm.
  • Having a chat to either our project consultant, Morven on 0417 059 526; or our project officer, Julie on 03 6217 9597.
  • Writing to Julie Andersson, Access Plan Consultation, Clarence City Council, PO Box 96, Rosny Park TAS 7018 or access@ccc.tas.gov.au

Current consultation closing date has been extended to 5.00pm Wednesday 31 July 2019.

Project Overview

Have your say on the development of Clarence City Council’s Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 – 2023.

The aim of this project is to:

  • Review council’s Access Plan 2014-2018, including progress made on identified actions;
  • Test if the key themes in this plan still apply;
  • Identify key drivers of future demand; and
  • Develop a five-year plan for 2019-2023 with and for the community with specific actions that are measurable, achievable, realistic and timely.

Project Information

Over the past 15 years, council has developed three access plans. All plans are developed with a five-year timeframe to ensure they are realistic and measurable.

Council’s Disability Access Advisory Committee plays a key role in the development, implementation, monitoring and review of these plans. The committee is made up of council representatives, residents and carers of people with disability from across the city.

We are keen to ensure there are meaningful avenues for as many people across the community to provide their thoughts and ideas for the next plan.

Get Involved

There are a variety of ways you can have your say on this project. Your feedback will help inform the actions of the new access and inclusion plan. Have your say by:

  • Completing our survey below.
  • Sending us a short (no more than 60 seconds) video recording to let us know what is important via the submission form below.
  • Filling in and returning our feedback reply-paid postcard. You can find these at the Council Offices; Rosny Library; Integrated Care Centre Rosny; the following neighbourhood centres: Clarendon Vale, Warrane Mornington, Rokeby, and Risdon Vale; the following community centres: Howrah, Lindisfarne, and South Arm; Richmond Post Office; and local schools. You can also call us to request one to be sent to you.
  • Meeting with members of our review team:
    • Monday 24 June 2019 12noon - 2.00pm, Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre, 65 Mockridge Road, Clarendon Vale - soup and sandwiches at 12noon.
    • Sunday 7 July 2019 9.30am - 12.30pm, South Arm Community Market, South Ar Community Centre, 9 Calvert Place, South Arm.
  • Having a chat to either our project consultant, Morven on 0417 059 526; or our project officer, Julie on 03 6217 9597.
  • Writing to Julie Andersson, Access Plan Consultation, Clarence City Council, PO Box 96, Rosny Park TAS 7018 or access@ccc.tas.gov.au
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Clarence Council has been working hard over the past two decades to make our community a better place for everyone, including people with disability, but there is still much to be done. Please help us decide what we should be doing over the next five years by completing our short survey.

    This survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

    Clarence Council has been working hard over the past two decades to make our community a better place for everyone, including people with disability, but there is still much to be done. Please help us decide what we should be doing over the next five years by completing our short survey.

    This survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Have your say by sending us a short 60 seconds maximum length video recording of your thoughts to help us develop our next access and inclusion plan. 

    Have your say by sending us a short 60 seconds maximum length video recording of your thoughts to help us develop our next access and inclusion plan. 

    Consultation has concluded