Urbanismplus report on Central City Framework

The Urbanismplus report on the Central City Framework is now online at http://www.dunedin.govt.nz/whats-on/central-city-plan [go to Documents]

A number of the concepts and proposals raised by the consultants in the Central City Framework have been included in the Draft Spatial Plan for public consultation through the submission process.

DCC Draft Spatial Plan Information
Deadline for public submissions: 13/1/2012

Other specific capital projects proposed in the Urbanismplus report are currently being investigated for cost and feasibility.

These will be put forward to Council in January 2012 for consideration towards inclusion in the draft Long Term Council Community Plan (LTCCP) which will open for public consultation early in the new year.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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One response to “Urbanismplus report on Central City Framework

  1. Elizabeth

    Draft Central City Plan
    Draft Spatial Plan
    Draft LTCCP (incl Annual Plan)
    Draft (Review) District Plan

    To the casual observer the first two on the list will seem ‘pleasant’. However, think of the options for no change (oops, not included in the plans for debate); and think of all the budget implications as staff steamroll (the content of) the plans through, which is exactly what they’re trying to do.

    Who has time to read any of this stuff or wants to – *tedious is the word. But if we don’t read the documents and make submissions, the staff will have won. And ratepayers will have lost, greatly, again.

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