Upper Hunter Shire Council staff and Councillors are seeking residents’ views in order to create the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) 2027.
Upcoming pop up consultations
Over 500 people have already given their views face-to-face as part of the CSP 2027.
People can also fill in a survey at Council offices or give their views online here.
Mayor Wayne Bedggood said Council wanted to hear from as many people as possible of all ages, background and interests.
“Going out to where people are, rather than asking them to come to a meeting and presentation, is working well,” he said.
“Hundreds of residents of all ages have already shared their views on the Shire – what they liked, didn’t like, what changes they wanted and what they hoped for the future.
“The response from school children was exceptional and we heard their views on what they want in their area.
“From the feedback so far, improving sports facilities, roads and job opportunities for young people, are some of the popular themes emerging.”
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Upper Hunter Shire Council is a local government authority and provides an extensive array of services including health and building; town planning; aged care; sporting and recreational facilities; roads; libraries; garbage collection; airport facilities; saleyards; public venues; water; children, youth and families and tourist information.