Following on from initial consultation, Urban Design experts Sala4D are returning to Canowindra in late August to conduct a series of consultation and drop-in sessions to gauge the desires for a functional and sustainable Town Centre.
Initial consultations led to a draft issues paper for Canowindra, with current strengths and weaknesses, as well as a history of the town. Feedback was invited on these papers, and the next stage of the design process is commencing.
Urban Design is about creating places that you want to spend time in. At the Town Centre meetings and drop-in sessions come and tell the designers about the kind of Town Centre you want:
• Do you want your Town Centre to change?
• Do you want a place that’s easy for quick visits?
• Do you want a place where you linger?
• Do you want a place for town events?
• Who are the people that we need to cater for?
Sala4D will be using these consultations to translate residents needs and desires into a design that can be built.
The sessions will take place in Canowindra on Wednesday and Thursday the 26th and 27th of August. There will be a mix of day and night time sessions, with COVID safe plans in place for all sessions, see advertisement on page 5 for session times.
For more information and to register your interest or book a time to speak with the consultants, please contact Council’s Communications and Marketing Coordinator, Emma Tadros, on 0419 719 632.