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DOCUMENTS ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

Documents will be on display to the public for a 28 day period.

 

Council recognises that community input is vital in order for proposals and projects to respond effectively to local needs and to succeed.

Council obtains this community input by placing plans and proposals on Public Exhibition and inviting community feedback. This process ensures that local residents, organisations and other stakeholders are informed about what is happening in the area and can have their say on the areas future.

To make your submission to Council, please to do so in writing to Council by the advertised submission date. Submissions may be:

  • Delivered to Council’s Offices in Cootamundra or Gundagai.
  • Posted to: The General Manager, Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council, PO Box 420, Cootamundra NSW 2590.
  • Emailed to mail@cgrc.nsw.gov.au. If you choose to email your submission, please phone us if you do not receive any acknowledgement, in order to confirm that the email was received.

PLEASE NOTE: All submissions/feedback received may be included within the official Council agendas and minutes, including personal information about the submitter’s identity and location. Agendas and minutes are made available to the public on Council’s website. If you do not wish to be identified in Council’s agendas and minutes, please indicate this in your submission.

Current Documents on Public Exhibition

 No documents currentlty on public exnibition.

 

 

CLOSED Documents on Public Exhibition

TOURISM AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

The Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council has created the Tourism and Economic Development Strategy to define how to grow and sustain the economic base of the region.
The Tourism and Economic Development Strategy will be on public exhibition until 26 March, 2019.

The document will be available to view at Council’s Administration Centres in Cootamundra and Gundagai and available below.

Submissions are welcome and can be sent to Council by email mail@cgrc.nsw.gov.au or post.

Draft Strategy

Appendices

 

WALLENDBEEN STRATEGIC HERITAGE STUDY

In June, 2018 Council received funding from the Office of Environment and Heritage to complete the Wallendbeen Strategic Heritage Study and King Street Revitalisation Plan. This Project is a three stage project. The first stage of the project is to complete the Heritage Study which will inform the King Street Revitalisation Plan by providing recommendations based on heritage significance, impact and design. Stage two of the project is the conceptual plan of the revitalisation of King Street. Stage three includes six stories being uploaded to the Heritage Near Me App. Stage three is run in conjunction with stage 1 and 2 of the project and is being completed independently by the Office of Environment and Heritage.

Stage one of the Wallendbeen Heritage Study and King Street Revitalisation Plan began in November, 2018 with the appointment of ngh Environmental. Project Manager, Jakob Ruhl, is the consultant who will undertake the required work. Community consultation occurred on the 19th November, 2018 with approximately 14 people in attendance. A site inspection and photographic heritage assessment was completed on the 20th November, 2018 the details of which are included in the Draft Wallendbeen Strategic Heritage Study.

Engagement and feedback during the community consultation was considered by Council staff and as a result the project scope was expanded to include more heritage significant items and aspects which were identified by the community. As a result of the additional work it was necessary to extend the proposed timeline for the report to be completed from the 24th December, 2018 to 29th January, 2019. As such, Council received the amended draft report which has been provided under separate cover for the consideration of Council.

The heritage study meets the requirements of the project scope and provides recommendations that will inform the urban designer once a consultant has been engaged. Council is now required to place the Draft Wallendbeen Strategic Heritage Study on public exhibition for 14 days commencing 27th February, 2019 and concluding 13th March, 2019. 

The Draft Wallendbeen Strategic Heritage Study will be on public exhibition for 14 days commencing 27th February, 2019 and concluding 13th March, 2019.

The document will be available to view at Council’s Administration Centres in Cootamundra and Gundagai and available  here.

Submissions are welcome and can be sent to Council by email mail@cgrc.nsw.gov.au or post.

Once the Draft Wallendbeen Strategic Heritage Study has been adopted by Council an urban design consultant will be engaged and works will begin on the second stage of the project.

Wallendbeen Heritage Study DRAFT

 

COOTAMUNDRA LEP 2013 PROPOSED AMENDMENT 7

On public exhibition from 15th February until 15th March 2019

Cootamundra LEP 2013 Proposed Amendment 7

 

Closed Documents on Public Exhibition

Click on the above link to view closed documents that were on public exhibition.